Price per person:
CLP$ 85.000 per person.
Price per person:
CLP$ 85.000 per person.
17 hours and 45 minutes.
Minimum of passengers
Departure from 8 passengers.
pickup at your accommodation (urban area), shared transport, bilingual guide (Spanish and English) and hiking poles.
What to bring:
waterproof jacket and pants (Gore-Tex or similar), fleece clothing to stay warm (Polartec or similar), long and short sleeved T-shirts, winter hat and gloves for the cold, hat against the sun, waterproof mountain boots, 20-liter backpack, water, snack, box lunch, sunglasses, sunscreen and travel insurance (recommended).
In case of suspension for weather conditions, we will refund 100% of your payment.
subject to weather conditions.
food, entrance fee to Torres del Paine National Park (see details in FAQs), travel insurance (recommended) and medical care in case of an accident.
not allowed for pregnant women, minimum age required of 14 years old, not suitable for people with respiratory or circulatory problems, not allowed for people with knee conditions and not allowed for people with spine problems.
Cancellation and rescheduling policy:
If you cancel your booking until 48 hours before the beginning of the activity, we will refund 100% of the advance you paid for the booking.
We will leave Punta Arenas very early in the morning and go to the north towards the Torres del Paine National Park. After a 5-hour trip, we will reach the Estancia Torres del Paine, the starting point for our hike. First, our guide will give a short presentation, and then we will begin hiking on the trail that will take us to an old bridge that crosses the Asencio River. After a one-hour hike, we will arrive at the El Chileno Campsite shaded by a breathtaking lenga tree forest, crossing numerous springs cascading from the Almirante Nieto Mountain.
We will make a short stop and then continue on our way to the next lookout point at an altitude of 700 meters (2,297 ft.). From here, the trail will get steeper and a half an hour later we will reach the Las Torres Base from the eastern side of the lagoon. Here we will have a stunning view of the three towers (Central, Monzino, and Dagostini) and the Peineta and Nido de Cóndores Mountains, if the cloud conditions allow it. With this view as our backdrop, we will have some time to rest. We will return on the same trail until reaching the starting point, where we will go back to Punta Arenas by vehicle.
*Reaching the Las Torres Base lookout point depends on the physical conditions of the participants and current weather conditions. No refunds will be given in the event that a participant is not able to reach the lookout point due to the aforementioned reasons.
*The end time of this activity could be modified due to weather conditions, which is why we recommend purchasing your ticket to leave Punta Arenas at least three hours after the scheduled return time, or on the day after the tour.
Price of entrance fee to the park
*You will have to buy online the entrance fee for park in https://www.aspticket.cl/index.xhtml, not later than 1 day before the beginning of the excursion.
In what period of the year the trek is made?
The tour is made during the whole year, always subject to weather conditions.
What is the better time for the activity?
Although it can be made during the whole year, usually the weather stabilizes in the summer period (December to March), in which, besides having more hours of sunshine, there are also more sunny days. However, inside the national park there are microclimates that in some occasions could make impossible to see the towers.
Which are the technical characteristics of the trek?
The difficulty level of this trek is high. The total distance that you will have to walk is 20 kilometers in a round trip tour. The total duration of the trek is 8 hours, always subject to the physical conditions of the group and the weather conditions. The total height of the track is 680 meters, between the 170 meters above sea level from the beginning point of the hike, and the 850 meters above sea level of the Base Las Torres Viewpoint, having a lot of ascents and descents.
It is necessary to use trekking poles to make the activity?
Because we are talking about a mountain activity, of medium-high difficulty, our suggestion is to go with trekking poles, although we know these are not essential for the walking.
What is the difference between the Torres del Paine Full Day and Base of Torres del Paine Hike?
The Torres del Paine Full Day is a panoramic tour (suitable for all audiences), with which you can visit the Cueva del Milodon and the main lookout points of the Torres del Paine National Park, while the Base of Torres del Paine Hike is an 8-hours round trip walk (suitable only for people with trek experience) that reaches the base of the Torres del Paine. Both are completely different and complementary activities.