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5-Day Torres del Paine W Trek

5-Day Torres del Paine W Trek - Puerto Natales, Chile

Duration: 5 days
Location: Puerto Natales, Chile

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$1093.00

Built for physically-active travellers, this circuit takes you to the heart of the wild Torres del Paine National Park in Chile, one of the world’s most spectacular trekking areas. Zigzag across the Cordillera del Paine, viewing high mountain peaks, tumbling glaciers, brilliant blue and green lakes, and native Lenga forests along the way.

The W name comes from the formation of a perfect W when joining the trails that access to the 3 highlights in the Circuit: Base Torres, French Valley and Grey Glacier. 

Make your ascent to the base of Torres del Paine with its monumental peaks towering over glacier lakes and a rocky moraine ... More info ›

Built for physically-active travellers, this circuit takes you to the heart of the wild Torres del Paine National Park in Chile, one of the world’s most spectacular trekking areas. Zigzag across the Cordillera del Paine, viewing high mountain peaks, tumbling glaciers, brilliant blue and green lakes, and native Lenga forests along the way.

The W name comes from the formation of a perfect W when joining the trails that access to the 3 highlights in the Circuit: Base Torres, French Valley and Grey Glacier. 

Make your ascent to the base of Torres del Paine with its monumental peaks towering over glacier lakes and a rocky moraine. Trek through the stunning French Valley to reach Grey Lake, with spectacular views of the Grey Glacier. Sleep in ‘Refugios’ or campsites amongst superb mountain sceneries, and absorb the peaceful vibe of this pristine national park with vibrant flowers and crisp mountain air. 

Day 1: Transport from Puerto Natales to Torres del Paine National Park (Regular Bus) (D)

Begin your exciting 5-day independent trekking adventure to Torres del Paine National Park by departing Puerto Natales to Torres del Paine National Park (Laguna Amarga Main Entrance). Have a good night's sleep before starting your trek the next day.

Day 2: Trekking to "The Base of Torres del Paine"  (7-8 hours; 13km; Difficult) (B/L/D)

The first hour and a half of the hike is steep with fantastic views of lake Nordenskjöld and the hanging glacier on Almirante Nieto Mountain (2670 meters). You will then reach Refugio El Chileno where you can drop off your backpack as you will be coming back here for the night. Walk during 1 hour through an ancient Lenga forest until you reach the base of “The Moraine”. 

Day 3: Trekking from El Chileno to Los Cuernos  (4-5 hours; 11km; Medium) (B/L/D)

Again, we recommend starting off at 9:00 am today. After hiking for about 30 minutes, you will see the sign to take the "shortcut" that leads to Refugio Los Cuernos and follow this path. After about 4 to 5 hours of hiking today, you will get to the Base of Los Cuernos where the Refugio Los Cuernos is located. This Refugio is considered by many as one of the most charming sites in the whole park; a perfect spot to rest up and recover before your next day's challenging trek: “The French Valley”

Day 4: Trekking to The French Valley  (10–12 hours; 25.3km; Difficult) (B/L/D) 

Get ready for a long day of scenic ups and downs. Hike for 2 hours along a rolling trail until "Campamento Italiano", with picturesque views of Nordenskjöld Lake. From here, the ascent goes for about one hour and a half until the French Glacier lookout, from where you will be able to see its hanging glacier and possibly some small avalanches. You will return back to Campamento Italiano along the same path, and then go until the Pehoe sector, with wonderful views of Lake Pehoe and Paine Grande.

Day 5: Trekking to Grey Glacier  (8-9 hours; 22km; Medium) & Return to Puerto Natales (B/L)

You may choose to leave your big backpack in the storage room at Refugio Paine Grande as you will be passing by here again today. We recommend you to start off at 9:00 am, following the trail that goes through the western side of the Paine Massif, with spectacular views of the mountains and the famous Grey Glacier in the distance. After one hour and a half of walking, you will reach the first lookout point, and after another 2 hours you will get to the main lookout right in front of the glacier. You will return to Refugio Paine Grande along the same path. Be ready at 18:00 pm to take the Catamaran that crosses Pehoe Lake until the Pudeto sector, where your bus will be waiting for you to take you back to Puerto Natales (arrival time at Puerto Natales bus station around 22:00 pm).

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Full-Day Trip to Perito Moreno Glacier from Puerto Natales

Full-Day Trip to Perito Moreno Glacier from Puerto Natales - Puerto Natales, Chile
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Duration: 16 hours
Location: Puerto Natales, Chile

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$124.00

Travel to the Perito Moreno Glacier takes 16 hours from Puerto Natales by coach with air-conditioning. The Perito Moreno Glacier is one of the most important natural attractions of Argentina ... More info ›

Travel to the Perito Moreno Glacier takes 16 hours from Puerto Natales by coach with air-conditioning. The Perito Moreno Glacier is one of the most important natural attractions of Argentina. it has a length of 30 kilometers and an area of 257 km2, this mass of ice, which is supposed to "float" on the Lago Argentino which you can appreciate its special color.

Leave Puerto Natales at 6:30am and travel to the famous Perito Moreno glacier, the only glacier in the world located in the Lago Argentino, which constantly offers some of the shows more majestic nature, shedding their floes.

Among the 356 glaciers found in the Los Glaciares, the Perito Moreno National Park is the most known worldwide.
This huge mass of ice covers an area of 195km2, a front wall of 2500m and a height of 60m.
The sheer magnitude which is supposed to "float" on the Lago Argentino reaches 70 meters above the water surface, leaving you breathless.

The lake waters are very cold-between 4 and 6 degrees-and maintain a special color by mineral particles from the glacier crashes against the bedrock. The route to the glacier can be done walking through walkways and viewpoints.
Perito Moreno navigation is optional depending on the availability of the Argentine operator

 Arrival in Puerto Natales at 10pm aprox.

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Torres del Paine Day Trip from Puerto Natales

Torres del Paine Day Trip from Puerto Natales - Puerto Natales, Chile

Duration: 10 hours
Location: Puerto Natales, Chile

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$78.00

Torres del Paine is a unique place where you can explore this beautiful National Park.

The first stop will be made in the thousand-year-old Milodón cave. A enormous natural accident with an incalculable anthropological value where is believed that the Patagonia primitive man lived close to the Milodón, a extinct herbivorous animal.

After a 30 minutes trek, we will have another stop in El Castillo hill, cafeteria service available ... More info ›

Torres del Paine is a unique place where you can explore this beautiful National Park.

The first stop will be made in the thousand-year-old Milodón cave. A enormous natural accident with an incalculable anthropological value where is believed that the Patagonia primitive man lived close to the Milodón, a extinct herbivorous animal.

After a 30 minutes trek, we will have another stop in El Castillo hill, cafeteria service available. A whole preamble before arriving at Torres del Paine National Park along the area of Laguna Amarga (Bitter Lagoon). A real spectacle in which species of red foxes and condors use to join the beautiful panoramic sight of the Paine´s massif.

A short distance ahead the Norsdenskjold and Pehoé lakes can be observed in company with guanacos and rheas.

The tour continues with a 10 minutes trek which will let you discover the marvelous Salto Grande (Grand Jump) where you will also face the imposing cuernos (horns) and get the Gray Lake.

In the afternoon the outing goes to the area of the glacier. Here we will take a break for 1.5-hour and after the trek through the lengas (native three) forest and on the Grey Glacier´s floes.

The return trip ends when we arrive at Puerto Natales and leave the passenger at bus terminal or hotels.

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Balmaceda and Serrano Glacier Navigation

Balmaceda and Serrano Glacier Navigation - Puerto Natales, Chile
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Duration: 12 hours
Location: Puerto Natales, Chile

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$168.00

Visiting this glacier is admiring a majestic place almost untouched by man and it s only possible to get across the Ultima Esperanza Gulf. It is the Balmaceda Mount at an altitude of 2.035 mts, one the areas of the Bernardo O higgins National Park and it s part of the Andes range ... More info ›

Visiting this glacier is admiring a majestic place almost untouched by man and it s only possible to get across the Ultima Esperanza Gulf. It is the Balmaceda Mount at an altitude of 2.035 mts, one the areas of the Bernardo O higgins National Park and it s part of the Andes range. Once the coast is passed around , the ship gets closer to the sea wolves reserve in order to finally get the mount.

Visiting this glacier is admiring a majestic place almost untouched by man and it s only possible to get across the Ultima Esperanza Gulf. It is the Balmaceda Mount at an altitude of 2.035 mts, one the areas of the Bernardo O higgins National Park and it s part of the Andes range. Once the coast is passed around , the ship gets closer to the sea wolves reserve in order to finally get the mount.

On it , the Balmaceda Glacier is situated which lets big ice blocks go into the water of the fiord and of Serrano Glacier , glacier positioned at north of Balmaceda s , a small lagoon formed by meltwater is the only accessible overland pass. The return trip starts around 14:30 hrs.

A stop in the Estancia Perales (ranch) gives the chance of having a delicious typical lunch of the region. Around 17:30 hrs the return trip to Puerto Natales is scheduled.

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Private Tour: Torres del Paine National Park and Milodon Cave with Lunch

Private Tour: Torres del Paine National Park and Milodon Cave with Lunch - Puerto Natales, Chile
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Duration: 10 hours
Location: Puerto Natales, Chile

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$208.00

Venture from Puerto Natales to Torres del Paine National Park on a full day private tour for breathtaking glaciers, waterfalls and lakes. Lunch is included and your Local guide is on hand to point out various plants and animals typical of the Lakes District, as well as answer any questions you may have.

Following a three hour drive, you will arrive at the Torres del Paine National Park which was declared a biosphere reserve by UNESCO in 1978 ... More info ›

Venture from Puerto Natales to Torres del Paine National Park on a full day private tour for breathtaking glaciers, waterfalls and lakes. Lunch is included and your Local guide is on hand to point out various plants and animals typical of the Lakes District, as well as answer any questions you may have.

Following a three hour drive, you will arrive at the Torres del Paine National Park which was declared a biosphere reserve by UNESCO in 1978. The park covers an area of 160,000 hectares.

The most important attraction is the central mountain range where you can see the Horns of Paine and also the needles which were formed by the action of the many glaciers which surrounded the rock. There are also many impressive lakes, glaciers, waterfalls and an extremely varied flora and fauna which makes this one of the most famous places in Chile to visit.

On the way back to Puerto Natales visit the Milodon Cave where the remains of a large herbivore were found who lived in this area more than 12 thousand years ago.

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Excursion to Torres del Paine National Park from Puerto Natales

Excursion to Torres del Paine National Park from Puerto Natales - Puerto Natales, Chile

Duration: 10 hours
Location: Puerto Natales, Chile

From USD
$99.00

Are you ready to enjoy one of the highlights of South America? This is a full-day excursion involving moderate physical intensity, to visit the major attractions of the Última Esperanza province. These include the Mylodon Cave and Torres del Paine National Park.



Welcome to one of the major highlights in South America ... More info ›

Are you ready to enjoy one of the highlights of South America? This is a full-day excursion involving moderate physical intensity, to visit the major attractions of the Última Esperanza province. These include the Mylodon Cave and Torres del Paine National Park.



Welcome to one of the major highlights in South America. Torres del Paine National Park. 

The first stop is the Mylodon Cave, a remarkable cavern 200 meters long, 30 meters high, and 80 meters wide, located 25 km from Puerto Natales. A half-hour walk takes us into the cave, which was made famous by the discovery of seemingly fresh skin and bones of a prehistoric gigant sloth known as amylodon. In the same cave the remains of other extinct animals were found, including the dawn horse (Eohippus), a prehistoric cave bear, the Patagonian panther, and the saber-toothed tiger.

We will make a stop in Cerro Castillo at a café and then continue to Torres del Paine, as we pass several estancias (ranches) and go from a steppe eco-region towards deciduous forest. Along the way we may be able to see some of the local fauna, including many species of birds. We may also see guanacos, wich are wild camelid related to the llama.

Torres del Paine is world-famous for its granite towers, which give the park its name. These gigantic spires were carved by glacial ice. After entering the park we will come upon a series of lakes with intense colors, mountains covered in ice, and local fauna. After lunch we continue to Lago Grey, where we will hike to a beach to observe the glacier of the same name. The return of Puerto Natales may be via same route, or on the alternate road that takes us past the picturesque lakes called Toro, Porteño, and Sofía


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