Over Patagonia’s tried-and-true programs? Challenge yourself to this 9-day off-track trekking expedition through Yendegaia National Park, one of the 17 national parks of the ´Route of Parks of Patagonia´. Fjords, glaciers, mountains, forests, and wild horses are part of the every day experience during this unforgettable adventure. No wonder Outside Magazine named this trip ¨Best of Travel¨...
Enjoy an incredible 11 day adventure in Patagonia’s unspoiled and wild landscapes of Aysén. Trek rivers, lakes, glaciers and forests - immersing yourself in the true spirit of this remarkable region. A unique & exclusive adventure for real outdoor lovers with a hunger for adventure! Visit the iconic Marble Caves hike along unvisited trails. Participants must be fit and carry 10 - 15kg each day as resupply stations are placed throughout during the excursion for refilling. Are you ready for the experience?
Escape the crowds (for real!) on this trek to Southern Patagonia´s most secluded valleys in search of the fossilized remains of the dinosaurs, marine life and flora that once made their home in Chile’s extreme south. This remote trekking and camping experience takes place in Torres del Paine National park, one of the 17 parks that make up the ´Route of Parks of Patagonia´. Journey along to unspoiled valleys and canyons once covered by oceans teeming with life.
A premier trek in Chile’s extreme south. Famous for the grinning, tooth-like peaks that give the circuit its name, the isolated Los Dientes de Navarino route encompasses five bracing days of mountain passes, undisturbed landscapes, glassy lagoons and vast southern skies. This is a remote, adventurous route suited to trekkers chasing a stirring experience far from the crowds of Patagonia’s well-trodden trails.
Trek back in time to Torres del Paine’s hidden valleys and canyons, where paleontology is very much alive and evidence of Patagonia’s prehistoric life lies in wait. Pour over Ichthyosaurus fossils & hike the Zapata Valley. This trek through ancient history weaves through secluded valleys, steppe and canyons far from the Park’s more crowded trails.