Discover the ultimo puesto – the ¨last post¨ of Paine! This full day MTB excursion explores the natural and cultural history of Torres del Paine National Park. Pedal a beautiful singletrack that flows along the most important tributary of the Paine basin and ride trails that tell the history of the settlement of these lands while visiting many of the park´s pristine lagoons. A wonderful extension to your trip through Patagonia whether staying in the park or not!
• Learn About the Natural and Cultural History of the Region
• Pedal up to 45KM through Torres del Paine National Park
• Ride a Singletrack Along the Tributary of the Paine basin
• Excursion Begins and Ends in Puerto Natales – No Need to Stay in the Park!
• A Great Alternative Program to See A Different Side of Patagonia
Private Transfer to Torres del Paine National Park - Full Day MTB Ride - Transfer Back to Puerto Natales
2 Hour Private Transfer, 5 Hours Pedaling/35-45 KM, 2 Hour Private Return Transfer
At 08:00AM our day begins with a 2 hour transfer to the park from your hotel or accommodation in Puerto Natales. Passing along the Patagonia pampas and landscapes we can enjoy endless views and sightings of several species including the Ñándu, Guanaco, Chilean flamingos, and a wide variety of birds. Upon arrival to the park, we will pass by the administration office to check-in and pay the park entrance fee. Equipped with our bikes and helmets, our pedaling begins! The first few kilometers will be on a gravel road until we reach the beginning of a path that will take us into the Paine Valley. Throughout the excursion we will talk about the natural and cultural history of the park. You will discover trails that tell the history of the settlement of these lands from the indigenous people and the colonists to the days of conservation. We will pass by several of the parks many pristine lagoons and during our time we will observe the morphological changes of the territory. We will go up and down the trails that have given rise to the park and will pedal a beautiful singletrack that flows along the most important tributary of the Paine basin. After an unforgettable day of pedaling, we meet our transfer which takes us back to Puerto Natales where our adventure ends.
- All Private/Shared Transportation Indicated in Schedule
- Local Guide, with Knowledge of Mechanics & First Aid
- Box Lunch & Snacks
- Trek Fuel EX 5 29 2019 Bicycle, Helmet, & Gloves
- Park Entrance Fee
- Drinks (other than what is provided at beginning of excursion)
- Medical Expenses
- Insurance of Any Kind
- Personal Expenses
- Gratuities for Guide/Driver
$New Season Pricing to Come!
Start / End
Puerto Natales / Puerto Natales
MIN 2 PEOPLE
Dates & Prices
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. Some programs however, are shared as regular services and there may be a higher number of participating guests per group.
PRICES FOR SEASON 2020/2021: (Valid until April 2021)
2-8 Guests Total in Group: New Season Pricing to Come!
*DEPARTURES AVAILABLE UPON REQUEST*
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Q: What physical & technical level is this ride?
A: If you feel comfortable and can agree to the following – then this ride is just right for you! You exercise regularly, on average 2-4 hours per week. You feel comfortable with sustained pedaling at a relaxed pace for 2-4 hours a day. You can pedal 2 or 3 days in a row for no more than 2-3 hours a day. You can tolerate pedaling 1 or more climbs of up to 300 meters of elevation gain (660 feet). You tolerate short sections where you have to push and / or walk uphill on the bike. Your exercise regimen includes a combination of resistance training like biking and strength training. At a controlled speed, you feel at ease walking on smooth one-lane trails that may include nearby trees, mud, loose rocks, and sand. You feel comfortable and safe rolling on small obstacles (10 cm) such as roots, rocks and small cuts on the trail. If you’ve been to a bike park, you feel comfortable on all green trails and blue trails. You roll over obstacles easily, though you keep both wheels on the ground. You are confident and successful in executing the following basic bike riding skills on smooth single lane trails:
– Gear Shift: You anticipate the terrain and change gears accordingly.
– Descending: You feel comfortable and balanced when you get up from the seat and you can keep the pedals level throughout the descent.
– Speed control and braking: You use momentum to climb undulating terrain and feel comfortable using the front and rear brakes when necessary. You know when to walk a section that might be too difficult.