Ideal for intermediate and young riders, this 2-day experience shows you Torres del Paine from an entirely new perspective. Criollo horses and a local baqueano will accompany you through woods, past lakes, along rivers and to glaciers – all while you simply gaze in awe at your surroundings.
• Wilderness Horseback Riding Experience
• Visit Forests, Rivers, Valleys, Wetlands, Lakes and Glaciers
• Ride Criollo Horses
• Suitable for Intermediate & Young Riders
• Stay in a Rustic Lakeside Campsite
• A Wonderful Expedition for Those with Less Time
• Navigate Across the the Last Hope Sound
Navigation to Serrano River – Horseback Ride to Brush Lake
- 10 minutes transfer
- 4 hour boat ride
- 5-hour ride, walking and trotting
- Night at Lake Brush Campsite (L-BBQ)
Around 7:30AM we will take a short transfer to Puerto Bories dock where we will board a boat and enjoy a 4-hour navigation through the Last Hope Sound to Lake Serrano where we will visit the impressive Serrano Glacier.
After a generous lunch at Hostería Balmaceda, we meet our gaucho and our horses who will companion us during our journey.
As we begin our ride through the humid forests, similar to those of the Austral canals, we can admire unique and relatively untouched landscapes.
Upon arriving to the gorgeous Brush Lake where we will enjoy a perfect camping spot for a restful night following our Chilean BBQ (Asado) with locally sourced beef grilled to perfection and served with a variety of fresh sides to compliment our day´s end.
Sleep under the Patagonia sky admiring the stars and galaxies that can be seen easily on a quiet and clear night.
Ride to Serrano Village
- 4-hour slow ride, walking
- Transfer back to Puerto Natales (B-BL)
After a freshly prepared breakfast at camp, we continue to Torres del Paine National Park through Magellan deciduous forests to Aniceto Astorga’s farmhouse, located at the Serrano Village area.
After passing our horses on to their caretakers, we make our drive back to Puerto Natales.
Today a fresh box lunch will be included for you to enjoy upon completion of your 2 day Fjord adventure!
- All Private transport Indicated in Itinerary
- All Horses, Saddles and Packhorses
- Helmets, Leather Chaps, Leather Gloves, Saddle Bags, Dry Bags
- All Meals Indicated in the Schedule (B: Breakfast, BL: Box Lunch, D: Dinner, BBQ: Barbeque)
- One Nght at Lake Brush Camp (Mountain Hardwear, Trango 3.1 Triple/Double Occupancy Tents)
- Entrance Fee to Torres Del Paine National Park
- Guide (English-Spanish Languages) & Local Baqueano (Cowboy)
- Boat Navigation from Puerto Bories to Lake Serrano
- Any Additional Nights
- Medical Expenses
- Travel Insurance
- Personal Expenses
- Sleeping Bag / Sleeping Mattress
- Gratuities for Guide & Baqueano
$New Season Pricing to Come!
Start / End
Torres del Paine / Puerto Natales
MIN 2, MAX 8 PEOPLE
Located off the beaten path at the shore of Lake Brush, is a simple camp near an old gaucho hut (Puesto), no facilities but an amazing view of the Paine Massif from a different perspective.
Dates & Prices
Program prices are determined on the final number of confirmed guests in a group. The per person price lowers as more guests join the group. Chile Nativo operates with a maximum of 8 guests per departure which allows for a high level of individualized service and an unforgettable personalized experience.
PRICES FOR SEASON 2022/2023: (valid until April 2023)
2 Guests Total in Group: New Season Pricing to Come!
3 Guests Total in Group: New Season Pricing to Come!
4 – 8 Guests Total in Group: New Season Pricing to Come!
Single supplement: New Season Pricing to Come!
Q: Where do I keep my luggage that I won´t need during my trek while I am riding in the park?
A: The majority of the hotels and hostels will store luggage for their guests who are staying with them prior to and after their travels in the park. If not, we will happily store your luggage securely in our office until the end of your program.
Q: What equipment is included in this program? Do I need to bring any of my own riding gear?
A: This program includes all the necessary gear and tack needed for this 2 day ride and expedition. Professional riding helmets, leather chaps, leather gloves, saddle, saddle bags, & dry bags are all included. Prior to beginning your first day´s itinerary, you will stop by our office along with your guide to be fitted comfortably for your gear.
Q: Do you need to be an experienced rider to do this excursion?
A: We consider this ride a great 2 day program for young and beginner riders. The rides are slow with some gentle slow-trotting and your guide will encourage you to go at your pace that you feel most comfortable. The trails are remote and undisturbed and there are portions of the trail where you will ride along cliffs and rocks, peat & mossy areas, and through rivers and high waters. Given the trail conditions, it is still considered a ride that young and beginner riders will enjoy but it is important that the riders are aware of these details.