Grey Glacier Lookout Trek (2 days)

October 2023 to April 2024

If you cancel your booking until 60 days before the beginning of the activity, we will refund 100% of the advance you paid for the booking.

Free cancellation

You can reschedule your booking without any additional cost until 60 days before the beginning of the activiity.

Free rescheduling

Self-guided trek to the Grey Lookout, with one night of accommodation in campsite, transport from Puerto Natales and Pehoé Lake navigation.

This is a high demand program, and its spaces are limited, so our recommendation is to book your trip as early as possible.


  • Program based on double occupancy for residents in Chile: CLP$ 169.000 per person.
  • Program based on double occupancy for non-residents in Chile: USD$ 249 per person.



  • Single: In case your booking is for one person, three, five, seven, nine or eleven people, the full price will include a supplement of CLP$ 15.000/USD$ 20.

How to book

  1. Select the departure date from the calendar.
  2. Select the number of people.
  3. Click on "Add to cart".
  4. Pay the full price of the tour online.


  • Transport:
  • Round-trip transport by bus from Puerto Natales to the Torres del Paine National Park.
  • Catamaran between Pudeto and Pehoé Area.
  • Accommodations in campsite, in private double tents (include site, tent, sleeping bag and sleeping pad):
  • 1st night in Paine Grande campsite.
  • Hot showers.

Not included

  • Guide.
  • Meals (optional).
  • Entrance fee to the Torres del Paine National Park (CLP$ 13.000 for residents in Chile and CLP$ 44.500 for non-residents in Chile*).
  • Health insurance.
  • Medical care in case of an accident.
  • Evacuation assistance because of bad weather or reasons of force majeure.
  • Travel insurance that covers accidents and cancellations because of reasons of force majeure.


*Prices subject to change without notice.

Optional services

  • Full board meals*:
  • Residents in Chile:
  • Normal: CLP$ 50.000 per person.
  • Christmas and New Year: CLP$ 75.000 per person.
  • Non-residents in Chile:
  • Normal: USD$ 80 per person.
  • Christmas and New Year: US$ 120 per person.

*Full board meals: breakfast, lunch, and dinner, starting with dinner on day one, and ending with lunch the last day. Lunch is always to go, while breakfast and dinner can be to go or to serve, which will depend exclusively on the availability of meals in every accommodation (it is not possible to choose the mode).

What to bring

  • A 40-liter backpack for all the circuit.
  • A 25-liter backpack for full day trek.
  • Waterproof jacket and pants.
  • Polar warm clothes (Polartec or similar).
  • Thermal clothing (first layer).
  • Short and long-sleeved T-shirts.
  • Trekking shoes.
  • Enough batteries (energy is produced in a sustainable way, so not always there are no sockets to charge batteries).
  • Water bottle.
  • Sandals (for showers and rest).
  • Flashlight.
  • Lock.
  • Towel.
  • Winter hat and gloves for cold temperatures.
  • Cap to protect yourself from the sun.
  • Sun block.
  • Sunglasses.
  • Ziploc bags or similar (to store the garbage).
  • Hiking poles.
  • Mini kitchenette.
  • Gas.
  • Camping silverware for cooking and eating.
  • Food.


  • Minimum age required of 14 years old to make the activity.
  • Not allowed for pregnant women.


Start: Day 1 at 7:00 am in the Puerto Natales Bus Station.

End: Day 2 at 4:30 pm in the Puerto Natales Bus Station.


Day 1: Departure from Puerto Natales, Pehoé Catamaran and Grey Lookout Trek (22 km, 8 to 9 hours).

The beginning of this activity will be in the Puerto Natales Bus Station to take the bus that will take you to Pudeto. In that place, you will board the catamaran to cross the Pehoé Lake, navigation that lasts around 30 minutes and that will give you the first views of the Paine Massif and the Cuernos del Paine. You will disembark in the Paine Grande Area, where you will start walking through a gorge, after what you will see the Grey Lake and the first images of the Grey Glacier. In addition, you will see the Nunatak, from where other excursions over the Grey Glacier starts. The same way, you will see the Cordón Olguín and the small icebergs detached from the glacier that float over the lake. After that, you will return to Paine Grande, where you will spend the night and rest.


Day 2: Pehoé Catamaran and arrival to Puerto Natales.

This day you will be able to relax a little bit with the times, but not too much because you must take the catamaran to start the navigation back though the Pehoé Lake. You will have the privileged views of the Torres del Paine National Park again, if the weather allows it, and you will reach the Pudeto area, where you will take the bus back to the Puerto Natales Bus Station, where the activity ends.

Changes and cancellations policy

  • You will be able to reschedule your booking without any cost or cancel it with full refund until 60 days before the starting date of the program, whatever the reason.
  • Between 59 and 45 days before the start date of the program, you will not be able to make any changes and, in case of cancellations, you will receive a 50% refund.
  • Within the 45 days before the starting date of the program (bookings made less than 45 days in advance included) there will be no refund nor reschedule, whatever the reason.


There are no refunds no reschedule in case any of the following situations may prevent making part or the entire program: adverse weather conditions, natural disasters, fires, flooding, road cuts, accidents, strikes, demonstrations, pandemics, epidemics, flight cancellations, lost luggage, accidents of the passenger inside the park, and personal or health problems of the passenger. For passengers that have travel insurance (suggested), due to the impossibility to make part or the entire program because of the reasons described above and whose insurance policy covers the case at hand, we will provide the required documents to be presented to the insurance company.

Frequently Asked Questions

  • How far in advance should I book the program?

    This program is high demanded, and its places are limited. That's why our recommendation is booking as far in advance as possible. Availability is subject to changes up-to-the-minute.

  • How is it possible to make the circuit in a self-guided (without a guide) manner?

    This program is self-guided (without a guide), so you will go on your own walking through the tracks of the park. This way is possible due to all tracks in the park are duly marked and that before starting the program we will send you all the details and a map of the circuit.

  • What is the difference between a program with accommodation in refugios and a program with accommodation in camping?

    In a program with accommodations in refugio you will sleep in a shared room (bunkbeds), with shared bathroom (hot shower), while in a program with accommodations in campsite you will sleep in a double private tent (sleeping bag and sleeping pad included) with shared bathroom (hot shower). Notice that for this second mode the tent will be set up in every accommodation place, that is you won't have to carry, set nor disassemble the tent.

  • What does the full board service include?

    Breakfast include coffee, tea, milk, bread, eggs, cheese, ham, jam, juice and fruit. Box lunch usually is a cold sandwich, cereal bar, chocolate bar, dried fruits and fruit. Finally, dinner includes menu of the day, with first course, second course, dessert and water.

  • Are there vegetarian, vegan or celiac food alternatives?

    Yes. All meals can be adapted for vegetarian, vegan or celiac people, considering that all food are prepared in the same kitchen and might be contact with other food. When booking you must specify your food restrictions in the “additional comments” section.

  • Is there cell phone reception during the circuit?

    In much of the circuit, no. Only in some specific spots in the park (usually at the beginning and end of the circuit), it is possible reaching places for having some signal.

  • Is there internet access in the accommodations?

    Yes. In every accommodation there is satellite internet (paid with credit card, from CLP$ 10.000 for 1 hour).

  • Are there sockets available to charge electronic devices?

    Yes. In common areas of the accommodations there are sockets, which work until 00:00 am (time in which power is cut off). Because there are just a few sockets, there's not always availability, so our recommendation is bringing a power bank with you.

  • Is there drinking water in the accommodations?

    Yes. All accommodations have drinking water that comes from the natural springs of the park.

  • Are there hot showers in the accommodations?

    Yes. All accommodations have hot showers.

  • How's the weather in the area?

    During the whole year, even in summer, weather is ever-changing. In a single day you can have sun, clouds, rain and wind. So, our recommendation is be prepared for all kind of weather.

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