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PATAGONIA Trekking  (31 October - 12 November 2022)

Summary

PATAGONIA    4 to 13 days, 3 to 12 nights

A new paradise for trekking...

Torres del Paine National Park, Perito Moreno Glacier, El Chaltén trekkings :

-> 3 exceptional places close to each other

-> 5 separate packages to adapt to your wishes, time availability and physical condition

 

Package A (13 days/12 nights : D1-D13) - TORRES DEL PAINE  “O” CIRCUIT (8 days trekking) + PERITO MORENO GLACIER + EL CHALTÉN (2 days trekking)

Package B (10 days/9 nights : D1-D10) - TORRES DEL PAINE “O” CIRCUIT (8 days trekking)

Package C (10 days/9 nights : D4-D13) - TORRES DEL PAINE  “W” CIRCUIT (5 days trekking) + PERITO MORENO GLACIER + EL CHALTÉN (2 days trekking)

Package D (7 days/6 nights : D4-D10) - TORRES DEL PAINE “W” CIRCUIT (5 days trekking)

Package E (4 days/3 nights : D10-D13) - PERITO MORENO GLACIER + EL CHALTÉN (2 days trekking)

Forget the stress of everyday life, take a little break to spend a few days in fabulous landscapes !

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TORRES DEL PAINE NAT. PARK

 

<- “O” CIRCUIT (D2-D9,

8 days trekking, ~56hrs, ~120km)

 

“W” CIRCUIT (D5-D9,

5 days trekking, ~38hrs, ~86km) ->

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PERITO MORENO GLACIER

PRIVATE VAN EXCURSION

(D10, 2h50 in transfers, 1h visit and observation from the footbridges)

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LOS GLACIARES NAT. PARK - EL CHALTÉN

<- LAGUNA DE LOS TRÉS

(D11, trekking 10hrs, ~20km)

LAGUNA TORRE

(D12, trekking ~7hrs, ~22km) ->

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Accomodation

Accomodation

In Torres del Paine National Park : Comfortable lodges and / or fully equipped campsites, with full board

Outside Torres del Paine National Park : Single or double room suites  in medium to high category hotels, with breafkast

Local History & Culture

History & Culture

Torres del Paine National Park

Ranked among the 10 priority destinations for hikers in the world !

The impressive combination of wild nature and a human aspect tanned by wind, ice and rain makes Chilean Patagonia one of the most fascinating tourist destinations in South America.

In the Magalhães Region, about 110 kilometers north of Puerto Natales is located what is probably the most beautiful Chilean park, the Torres del Paine Paine National Park. Founded as a park in the late 1950s, it was declared a Biosphere Reserve by UNESCO in 1978. It covers an area of ​​approximately 242,000 hectares.

The Torres del Paine Paine National Park surrounds a huge mass of mountains that can be informally divided into two parts. To the south, “Los Cuernos” and its incredible ballet of stratified shapes and surfaces. To the northeast, the famous granite “Torres del Paine”, which attracts climbers from all over the world. The entire mountain range was formed over the last ice ages, sculpting a chain of peaks independent of the Andes. In its surroundings are spectacular glaciers, such as Grey, and melting lakes with waters in shades of blue, green and gray. Its milky appearance comes from the voluminous load of minerals that has been pulled from the slopes by the giant tongues of ice for tens of thousands of years. Lakes like Sarmiento, del Toro, Pehoé, Nordenskjold and Gray are often shaken by violent gusts of wind, forming indescribable dances of water. The sound of waterfalls, like Salto Grande, forms a perfect combination with the ubiquitous hum of the air. Intermingling these formations are also valleys, grasslands of low vegetation, full of plants like the valiant ñire, and Andean forests, where flocks of guanacos, woodpeckers, foxes, ñandus, condors, deer and pumas, the hardest to see, stroll. Unfortunately, in 2012, a a fire burned up to 33,000 hectares of the park, including most of the trees. Between Valle del Francés and Lake Pehoe, you can see the spectacle of these bare trees, swept by the winds, as if whitewashed, where the sun comes to give a magical tint to this open-air cemetery.