Hiking

Tierra Patagonia

Patagonia hiking trips

Torres del Paine National Park in Chilean Patagonia is world-renowned as a destination for great hiking trips and stunning views. From pristine forests, blue glaciers and interesting wildlife – hiking at Tierra Patagonia in Chile is not to be missed.

Hunter’s Trail: On this trek, get close-up to Indigenous Patagonia History

Witness remnants of the indigenous Aonikenk culture, part of the regional heritage of Patagonia on this trek. The Aonikenk were hunter-gatherer nomads who used the rocks as a canvas to convey messages to one another, which we can still see to this day in the form of cave paintings displayed on rocky outcrops.

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Origins of Life: Ancient Geology at Lake Sarmiento

Discover ancient geological formations on this hiking tour in Patagonia! Unearth thousands of years of geology on this hiking tour based around the shores of Lake Sarmiento in Patagonia. Here you can discover rare formations that reflect the beginnings of the Earth’s history. A 40-minute drive takes us from the hotel to our starting point, for a varied walk over both flat and slightly steeper terrain before we hit the shores of Lake Sarmiento.

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Hiking Patagonia’s Paso de Agostini

This full-day Patagonia hiking trip along the Paso de Agostini, is a little known trail, away from the crowds, with the iconic Paine Massif as a backdrop. Setting off from Estancia Lazo, we begin our adventure at Laguna Verde which, as its name suggests, is an open stretch of green water at the start of this scenic hiking trip.

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Hiking The Three Towers in Torres del Paine

A legendary route among the hiking community and an eye-opening experience for avid walkers, this hike in Torres del Paine is one of the world’s great “bucket list” hikes.

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Valle Francés

We will begin this part of the W Trail by leaving the hotel in the direction of Pudeto. Here we will board a catamaran to cross Lake Pehoé towards Paine Grande, where our journey to the Valle Francés (French Valley) begins.

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Puentes Grey

This trail is part of the W and begins with a transfer of approximately 1 hour and 30 minutes to the Grey sector, where we will embark on a catamaran that will take us across to the northern side of the lake.

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Laguna Azul – Cañadón

Laguna Azul features the best lookout points for views of the Torres (Towers). We will visit a lagoon of an incredible deep blue color surrounded by a small wetland with a great variety of birds.

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Sierra Baguales

we head towards Sierra Baguales; which is to the northeast of the park near the Argentine border. The landscape here is completely different from the Paine Massif and the geology is impressive.

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Mirador Cuernos

Cuernos is by far one of the best options to see the heart of the park, with a gentle 2-hour walk and the magnificent Cuernos and Paine Grande peaks. Everyone who visits Torres del Paine National Park falls in love with these geological formations.

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