At 5:30 a.m. starts the collection of the passengers from their accommodation in Puerto Natales, Patagonia, Chile,
Starting at 6:00 a.m. on Route 9 north (private transfer) arriving in a 2 hours trip to Laguna Amarga (Bitter Lagoon), National Park Torres del Paine , we finally stop at Las Torres Hostel that is the starting point for the most trips of this world biosphere reserve.
We leave the car at the beginning of the path, beginning a medium difficulty hike that lasts approx. 7 to 8 hrs. in total, which will take us to the base of the three towers of granite “Torres del Payne”. During this journey through Ascencio Valley , we walk for 3 hours approx. on a path of relatively easy ups and downs, to the Torres camp , where the trail continues up a steep slope with rock steps, for approximately one hour, to reach the base of the three towers rising vertically 1000 m, right across from a small lagoon glacier. There we’ll rest contemplating the imposing towers, along with a hot drink. Then we return by the same path back to the van.
We’ll get back to Puerto Natales approximately 9:00 p.m.
Start : Puerto Natales
End: Puerto Natales
Duration: 7-8 hrs.
Level of difficulty: Medium .
The last part of the hike to the towers is performed on a rocky path with large steps, so walking equipment is required to be firm and stable. Winds can also difficult the trekking.
Climate and Temperature
Patagonia is famous for its unstable weather and strong winds, even in summer it can be very cool and rainy, so we must have required clothes and equipment.
Firm and waterproof footwear
Clothing for change
Trekking poles (optional)
Bilingual tourist guide ( Spanish / English )
First aid kit
Private Transfer Punta Arenas / Torres del Paine / Punta Arenas
Entrance-Ticket Torres del Paine National Park
Groups just up to a maximum of 8 people.
It is possible to exceed the maximum members for groups of family and tour operators