Torres Del Paine Hiking
Torres del Paine is among the great scenic wonders of the world! This is a pilgrimage which all passionate mountain-lovers must do at least once in their lifetime. This extraordinary trip brings you to the very heart of this legendary region where we spend 5 days and 4 nights exploring Torres del Paine, an icon for dramatic mountain scenery! We’ll see jaw-dropping vistas of rock spires, jagged snowy peaks, the huge expanse of the Patagonia Ice Field, tranquil azure lakes, and golden grasslands bright with wildflowers. Each night, we’ll savor the days activities over tasty meals at our one of a kind ECO Camp.
Each day you have a choice of an easy or active activity. Our 5 day time period allows you the opportunity to see all of the major highlights of Torres Del Paine. We base our trip out of our famous ECO Camp which offers the perfect compromise between hotel accommodation and camping. Our expeditions and tours offer world class guides and we do everything possible to make your trekking experience a special and unforgettable experience where you will be able to relax from the pressures of everyday life and genuinely recreate yourself surrounded by the wonders of Patagonian natural beauty.
Even though our typical extension is 5 Days/4 Nights, we can customize your stay to your timeline needs and activity preferences to include more or less days for your stay in Torres del Paine. Below are some examples of a few options should hitting the trail for an extended period of time while staying in comfortable mountain lodges:
W-Trek: An unforgettable experience along this classic trekking route lasting 7 days and covering 76km/46mi of Torres del Paine terrain or the short version lasting 5 days and covering 60km/37mi of terrain.
Torres del Paine Circuit: A unique version of the world-famous circuit around the famous Paine Massif – the perfect adventure for trekkers who crave the ultimate challenge in Torres del Paine! Highlights include the John Gardner Pass, Grey and Dickson Glaciers, French Valley, the Torres and all of the diverse wildlife visible on the Paine massif loop.