Torres del Paine Multisport Adventure

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10 Day(s)
20 Km
Guided

Answer the call of the wild in Torres del Paine National Park, home of skyrocketing mountains that pierce the sky. Azure lakes, massive glaciers, and vast expanses of natural beauty.

You feel somehow free here, untethered, like the wild horses that roam the valleys of Patagonia.

Patagonia. The name rolls out of your mouth like a children’s rhyme. “I’m going to Patagonia.” You practice saying. Your friends at first think you’re off to the outdoor store to buy a new fleece jacket. “No.” You smile. “I’m going to Chile, to the place.”

This region of South America is unlike anything you have ever seen.  This place, you soon learn, is something you will never forget.

You are no stranger to rolling, mountainous terrain, sure. But this… The heavenly crests of Patagonia take root in your bones. Become a part of you. Eons of ice, water, wind, and tectonic forces have crafted this refuge for pure nature and adventure.

In this otherworldly landscape you’ll trek towards the spectacular granite peaks of Torres del Paine, paddle by kayak to come face to face with the immensity of the Grey Glacier, hike through the forests of the French Valley, track wild horses across the steppe, encounter guanacos, rheas, and condors on nature walks, ride horses across rolling pampas, and fall wildly in love with a land that both challenges and inspires everyone who visits. Patagonia awaits you.


Information

Tour Location

Country:
Chile
From:
Punta Arenas

Tour Information

Guiding:
Guided
Duration:
10 Days
Tour Type:
Mountain bike|Women-only
More Options:
Multi-activity|Loop/Roundtrip
Tour Language:
English
Cost From:
USD 5995

Tour Distance & Dates

Distance:
20 Km
Riding Days:
1
Month(s):
January|February|March

Additional Information

Accommodation:

Double Occupancy / Twin Share

Booking Conditions:

Deposit $1395

Inclusions

English speaking female guide plus activity specialist guides
7 nights shared accommodations in EcoCamp Patagonia Domes (2 women per dome, shared bathrooms) and 2 nights shared dormitories (6-8 women per room) in trek refugios/mountain huts or camping (2 women per tent)
All Meals - Day 1 lunch to Day 10 breakfast
All equipment for excursions as outlined in the itinerary such as sleeping bags for hiking overnights, mountain bikes, sea kayaks, horses and tack etc. and all corresponding safety equipment

Options

Hiking sticks are available for free at the lodge. They are very basic so we strongly recommend you bring your own set of lightweight hiking poles

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