Patagonia Hiking tour with Boundless Journeys
Chile & Argentina
Patagonia Hiking

The spectacular landscapes of Southern Patagonia offer epic hiking through a wealth of natural treasures. From the granite towers and snow-capped peaks of Chile’s Torres Del Paine, to the unique rock spires and massive ice fields of Argentina’s Los Glaciares National Park, we discover the rugged beauty of this remote part of the world.

Patagonia Trip Overview

On this comprehensive Patagonian adventure we explore two of the region’s prized national treasure: Torres Del Paine National Park and Los Glaciares National Park. From the small fishing town of Puerto Natalas, we transfer to Torres Del Paine, a place where dense forests collide with alpine lakes, and the impressive Towers loom overhead. After a scenic drive across the pampas, or lowlands, we arrive in El Chaltén – a small mountain village located within Los Glaciares National Park. Positioned at the foot of Mount Fitzroy’s and Cerro Torre’s breathtaking granite spires, El Chaltén is known as the trekking capital of Argentina. Our adventure concludes in El Calafate with an excursion to Perito Moreno Glacier, whose prodigious headwall frequently calves massive blocks of ice into the lake with a thunderous roar. Rewarding days on the trail are complemented with evenings spent in charming accommodations, complete with plentiful seafood, and distinctive wines. 

Itinerary at a Glance

Chile Argentina Patagonia hiking map with Boundless JourneysDay 1: Our hiking tour of Patagonia begins in the town of Punta Arenas, exploring this ancient trading port on the straight of Magellan. 
Day 2-5: Transfer to our lodge in the heart of Chile’s Torres Del Paine National Park. Spend three days hiking through this acclaimed region of Patagonia. Enjoy scenic hikes to beautiful glacial lakes and to the base of the Towers, the granite peaks for which Torres del Paine National Park is named. 
DAY 6: A long, scenic drive across the pampas plains takes us to the small town of El Chaltén, located at the base of Cerro Fitz Roy in Argentina’s Los Glaciares National Park. 
Days 7-9: Discover breathtaking vistas in Los Glaciares National Park, with full day hikes to turquoise-blue lakes, and  surrounding views of Fitz Roy’s spires and glaciers.
Day 10: Take a catamaran ride to the majestic Perito Moreno Glacier. Explore gullies, crevasses, and ice formations with a guided walk on the ice. 
Day 11: Depart from El Calafate, Argentina for connections home, or on to further adventures.

Experience the splendor of Patagonia

The snowy peaks of the Andes spawn thousands of gushing streams and waterfalls in Patagonia. From majestic mountains to trembling volcanoes, Patagonia remains the unspoiled frontier of South America.

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Group Size

4-16 guests

Trip Rating (1 Easiest - 5 Most Strenuous)

Description of Trip Ratings

Adventure travel may involve exotic destinations, varying levels of physical exertion, and activities that may be new to you. We want to make sure that you choose the adventure that's right for you from our many one-of-a-kind trips. Each trip is rated on a scale of 1 to 5, with 1 being the easiest, and 5 being the most strenuous. A few of our trips have had a "+" added to the number, indicating something that falls in between. Our Trip Ratings may be found on the trip schedule and on our website. Our detailed itineraries provide additional information on what to expect on the trip you are considering (detailed itineraries are available by mail or e-mail; or you can find them on our website: We encourage you to call one of our travel experts with any questions or concerns that you may have. We are happy to assist you in selecting the most appropriate adventure for you.
Our easiest trips are generally hotel-based cultural and nature journeys that offer light activity. Walks and hikes (approximately 2 to 4 hours) are through gentle terrain with little elevation gain or loss. Altitude is not a factor on these tours. Other activities, such as snorkeling or sea kayaking, are optional. Examples: Galapagos Islands Cruise, Tanzania, and Vietnam.
Hotel nights and/or deluxe, safari-style camping. Walking, hiking (approximately 3 to 5 hours), kayaking, or other activities on most days. Trails and paths are through rolling countryside, with occasional steep trails with up to 1,000 feet of elevation gain. Many of our hotel-based walking trips are in this category. Examples: Tuscany & Umbria, Turkey, and Bhutan.
Hotel or inn-based hiking trips, that involve full day hikes (approximately 4 to 6 hours), mostly on unpaved trails and paths through hilly terrain with typical elevation gains and losses of 1,000 to 2,000 feet. There may be occasional steep sections of trail. Examples: Slovenia, Amalfi Coast, Spain.
Full day hikes (approximately 5 to 7 hours) through mountainous terrain with significant elevation gains and losses (2,000 to 3,000 feet). Terrain may be rugged with uneven footpaths. The average altitude is generally no more than 12,000 feet. Vehicle support is limited. These trips may involve some full-service camping or simple accommodations in remote locations. Examples: Tour du Mont Blanc, Peru Trek, Haute Route.
Full-day trekking (approximately 6 to 8 hours) through rugged mountainous terrain with steep climbs and descents and the following present: elevation gains and losses of as much as 4,000 feet, altitude that exceeds 12,000 feet, and rugged uneven footpaths with some exposure. These trips typically offer minimal to no vehicle support and include full-service camping in a remote setting.

Activity Details

Moderate to strenuous hikes, averaging 6-10 hours per day. There is also an optional glacier walk which requires no previous experience.

Meeting Point

Punta Arenas, Chile

Departure Point

El Calafate, Argentina

Traveling to and From

Most Convenient Airports:
Santiago, Chile (airport code SCL) for international flights into and departing from Chile. You will then require a connecting flight to Punta Arenas, Chile (airport code PUQ) to reach the meeting place for this trip. El Calafate, Argentina (airport code FTE) is where you will be at the end of the trip, and is the departure point for return flights to Buenos Aires and homeward.

Meeting Place and Time:
Your guide will meet you on the first day of your tour at 3:30 p.m. at the Hotel Cabo de Hornos in Punta Arenas. Pre-tour rooms at this hotel can be requested at the time of booking. We will also pick up guests at the airport in Punta Arenas, directly following pick-up at the hotel, if you prefer to meet us there.

Departure Place and Time:
El Calafate, Argentina, after breakfast. Transfers to the El Calafate airport are provided throughout the day depending on your departure time.


Physical Activity
Boundless Journeys’ trips are designed for energetic and flexible individuals who like to be active and have a spirit of adventure and a positive attitude. Southern Patagonia is rated 4, moderate to strenuous, on a scale of 1-5 (with 5 being the most strenuous). There are moderate options on some days, and hikes average 6-10 hours per day. For the most part trails are not overly rugged or difficult, but the approaches and descents can be steep, and the trail conditions rocky or muddy. There are also some long transfer days across unpaved roads, which may be bumpy and dusty. There is also an optional glacier walk which requires no previous experience. Due to operational insurance issues, the age limit for the ice trekking is 65 years old. If a guest exceeds this age, then an alternative excursion to the Glacier will be arranged.

Preparing for this Trip
It is very important that you realistically assess your physical condition with regard to the demands of this trip. The more well- prepared you are for the activities on this trip, the more you will enjoy yourself! Please engage in aerobic activities (hiking, jogging, or cycling) for at least 1 hour several times a week for 4-6 weeks before the trip. The best preparation is hiking, however, if you live in a flat area try to incorporate some stairs into your workout, or use a treadmill with varying incline capability. Consult your doctor before undertaking any new fitness programs. Participants should be prepared for full days of hiking (6-10 hours) on certain days in Torres Del Paine and Los Glaciares National Park.
With its deep southern latitudes you might expect Patagonia to be more polar than it is. In fact, the austral summer temperatures are relatively moderate. During the summer months of November to March the temperatures rarely drop below 40°F and often reach into the high 60’s and even the low 70’s during the day. The weather, however, vacillates. Rain, sleet, and snow can occur at any time, and strong Patagonian winds are an inevitable part of most journeys. You should prepare for this by dressing in layers and always carrying a rain or wind suit.

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When to Go
The best time to visit Southern Patagonia is during the summer months of November to March. Although weather can be variable at any time of the year, the summer months offer the most comfortable conditions for outdoor activities.


Patagonia Accommodations

Overview: First-class ideally situated hotels and lodges. All with private baths.

Night 1: Hotel Cabo de Hornos
Punta Arenas, Chile

Patagonia - Hiking Tour, Hotel Cabo de Hornos Punta Arenas, Chile

Centrally-located in Punta Arenas, Hotel Cabo de Hornos stands out for its traditional building, combining Patagonian culture with its own brand of warm and personalized service.



Nights 2-5: Hosteria Las Torres
Torres del Paine National Park, Chile

Patagionia HikingTour - Hosteria Las Torres, Torres del Paine National Park, Chile

In the heart of Patagonia’s Torres del Paine National Park, this scenic lodge provides an ideal base from which to explore. Amenities include a restaurant, bar, and spa. 



Nights 6-8: Hotel Destino Sur
El Chaltén, Argentina   

Hotel Destino Sur - Argentina Tours Boundless JourneysJust steps from the main street of the town and close to the starting point of the trails, Hotel Destino Sur’s guest rooms are furnished with king size sommiers, cotton sheets and blankets and, handmade covers. Decorated in a warm and rustic style, the hotel was built using materials such as cypress and beech wood, and local stone. 

Night 9-10: Hotel Design
El Calafate, Argentina

Patagonia Hiking Tour - Hotel Design, El Calafate, Argentina

Situated about one mile from downtown El Calafate, this boutique hotel overlooking Lake Argentino appears in harmony with the surrounding landscape. Amenities include an indoor and outdoor pool, sauna, gym, full-service spa, restaurant, bar, and complimentary wi-fi. 


Southern Patagonia Detailed Itinerary

DAY 1  
Arrival in Punta Arenas

Upon our arrival in Punta Arenas, Chile we meet our group in the lobby of our hotel. The day begins with a walking tour of the city, where we learn about this former penal colony and trading port, jutting out onto the Straight of Magellan. This evening, we gather with our guide and fellow guests for a welcome dinner at our hotel. 
Hotel Cabo de Hornos, Punta Arenas
Dinner included.

Transfer to Torres Del Paine National Park 

Travel time – 4.5 hours; Hike – moderate to strenuous, 3-4 hours on hiking trails, 5 miles. Begin at 1000’, highest point 1100’, end at 600’.

This morning we drive across the pampas, or grasslands, into the remote and rugged Torres Del Paine National Park. Our first view of the infamous Towers and the granite spires of its Paine Massif is unforgettable. Our journey into the park offers spectacular views of Lago Pehoé, Lago Sarmiento, and Lago Nordenskjold. We enjoy a picnic lunch at a beautiful old Estancia en route, a welcome respite from the drive, before entering the park.  Along the way we stop to stretch our legs with a hike through southern beech woods to a prominent view of the southern ice cap.

This afternoon, we arrive at Hosteria de Las Torres, located in the heart of Torres Del Paine. Here, we have time to relax and enjoy the ambiance of our hotel before dinner. 
Hosteria de Las Torres, Torres del Paine National Park

Breakfast, lunch, and dinner included.

Las Torres 

Hike – moderate to strenuous, 8-10 hours on hiking trails, 10-12 miles. Begin and end at 500’; highest point 2,300’. There is the option to horseback ride to 1500’ and continue on foot, or enjoy a less strenuous hike with a private guide for an additional fee.

Today we begin from our lodge with a full day of hiking in the park, bringing us close to the base of the Towers, dramatic granite peaks for which Torres del Paine National Park is named. For the first hour, our route from the lodge ascends a series of switchbacks, then continues through the Ascensio River Valley. From here, the vertical Towers are visible in the distance, and there are spectacular views of Lake Nordenskjöld behind us. Our trail continues to ascend gradually to Refugio Chileno, an alpine refuge which looks out on Mount Almirante Nieto and its glaciers across the valley. Beyond the refugio, our path leads further up the valley through a beech forest and along the narrow Ascensio River. 

Our destination is a viewpoint and lunch spot at the edge of a turquoise lake fed by the glaciers of the three Towers: Torre Monzino at 8,500’, Torre Agostini at 9,300’, and Torre Central at 9,000’. From here, our trail descends back into the valley from where we came. This hike is certainly a highlight of any Patagonian experience.

We arrive back at our lodge late in the afternoon, and may have time to enjoy an evening horseback ride over the surrounding plains (at an additional expense), or simply relax before our final dinner together in Torres del Paine National Park. 
Hosteria Las Torres, Torres del Paine National Park
Breakfast, lunch, and dinner included.

Candon Macho - Laguna Azul

Hike – moderate, 7-9 hours on hiking trails, 12.5 miles (alternate option 3-4 hours, 5-6 miles).  Begin and end at 600’, highest point 1,150.
Our hike today takes place on the eastern side of the Paine Massif and leads us through grassy plains, providing another striking view of the Towers. Wildlife is abundant in this area of the park, and we may spot herds of guanaco (llama-like mammals), or rhea (a flightless bird similar to the ostrich). Andean condors, buff-necked ibis, and upland geese are also among the species of birds we may encounter.  

This is a full day of hiking in the park, and we carry our lunch, finding a scenic spot to rest amid the rare wonder of the landscape. Returning by bus to our hotel, we stop en route at the impressive Paine Waterfalls, a powerful gorge carved out by the Paine River. 

This evening, we rest our legs and share tales from the trail over dinner. 
Hosteria Las Torres, Torres del Paine National Park
Breakfast, lunch, and dinner included.

Guarderia Laguna Amarga to Porteria Lago Sarmiento

Hike - Easy to moderate, 2-4 hours on hiking trails. Begin and end at 1,000’, highest point 1,150’.
Today we enjoy a leisurely start to the morning, with some time to sleep in, enjoy the spa, or explore independently on the trails surrounding our hotel. By mid-morning, we depart for an organic garden tour and our final hike in Torres del Paine National Park. The drive to the trail head is quite short, and we will take time for a picnic lunch at a viewpoint of the Paine massif before setting out on our hike. The highlight of our excursion is the opportunity to walk among guanacos and rheas, with the possibility of also sighting a fox or two, and abundant bird life.
Hosteria Las Torres, Torres del Paine National Park
Breakfast, lunch, and dinner included.

DAY 6 
Transfer to El Chaltén 

Drive – 8 hours. 

This morning we transfer to the town of El Chaltén. After a five-hour drive through the pampas, we arrive to El Calafate, where we have lunch at a local restaurant. From here, we continue another three hours to the small town of El Chaltén, located at the base of Cerro Torre and Cerro Fitz Roy in Los Glaciares National Park. Originally, the Tehuelche people gave the name of Chaltén, or Smoking Mountain, to the famous Cerro Fitz Roy, as its unmistakable and magnificent silhouette which is always covered by a cloud, made them think of smoke. 
This evening you will have time to acquaint yourself with this small mountain town, and to dine at one of the many restaurants located just a short walk from our hotel. 
Hotel Destino Sur, El Chaltén
Breakfast and lunch included. 

Laguna Los Trés

Hike – strenuous, 8-9 hours on hiking trails; 10.6 miles.  Begin and end at 1200’, highest point 4200’.

Today’s trek is to Laguna Los Trés with the best available view of Mount Fitzroy - the signature landmark of Los Glaciares National Park. We begin our hike by heading towards silent Laguna Capri, passing just beside its northern corner. Then we follow the Fitz Roy Trail up to Rio Blanco, passing Poicenot, the mountaineering camp. Finally, a short but steep trail will take us to Laguna de Los Trés to take in one of the park’s most marvelous natural scenes. You’ll probably experience a Torres del Paine flashback. The turquoise-blue of the lagoon is a stunning sight and this is of course magnified by the accompanying view of Fitz Roy’s spires and glaciers. If Torres del Paine is the king mountain of Patagonia, Fitz Roy is surely its beautiful queen! This is the perfect place for a picnic and to take in our breathtaking surroundings. When everyone’s ready, we hike back to Laguna Capri and continue along the trail back to El Chaltén. After time to freshen up, we enjoy dinner together this evening. 
Hotel Destino Sur, El Chaltén
Breakfast and lunch included.

Laguna Torre

Hike – moderate-strenuous, 7-8 hours on hiking trails; 11 miles. Begin and end at 1200’, highest point 1900’. 
Our hike today follows the Cerro Torre Trail to Laguna Torre, a beautiful mountain lake with the majestic Cerro Torre in the background. We begin following the trail through beech forests and bogs tothe place where it meets the Fitroy River. We continue advancing until we reach De Agostini base camp, from where it is just a short hike to Laguna Torre. Icebergs can be seen floating on Laguna Torre as the wind pushes them toward the coast. We stop at different points to take in the magnificent views and enjoy a picnic lunch. Later, we return to El Chaltén following the same trail. 

Upon returning from the trek, we have time to rest before indulging in a delicious dinner at our hotel or in town. 
Hotel Destino Sur, El Chaltén
Breakfast and lunch included. 

Blue Lagoon to El Calafate

Hike – moderate, 5-6 hours; 10 miles. Begin and end at 600’, highest point 1150’. 

After breakfast, we begin our 1.5 hour drive to Helingfors Estancia, on the far side of Lake Viedma. Our trek starts in the River Alfredo Valley, gradually ascending along the sides of Huemul Hill. After a forty-minute walk, we enjoy a magnificent view of Mt. Fitz Roy emerging from the other side of Lake Viedma. Our trail continues further into the valley, surrounded by the 8500’ Cordón Huemul and its peaks. From here, we can see the Blue Lagoon Glacier on the horizon. 

Throughout our journey, we may encounter llama-like guanacos and condors, curiously observing our presence. After an hour walk to the end of the valley, we come to where the river forms a spectacular waterfall. Continuing for another hour, we arrive at the deep, bright Blue Lagoon, contrasting sharply with the darkness of the surrounding mountain and the whiteness of the glacier. 

At the conclusion of our hike, we return to El Calafate, where our guide can make recommendations for dinner. 
Hotel Design Suites, El Calafate
Breakfast and lunch included. 

DAY 10
Perito Moreno Glacier

Glacier Walk – moderate, 2-3 hours; 2-3 miles; begin and end at 600’, highest point 800’.

This morning we transfer to the Puerto Bajo de las Sombras Pier and cruise to the opposite bank of Brazo Rico. After a short hike through the forest, we arrive at the Perito Moreno Glacier. Here, guides will provide us with crampons and basic instruction for a trek on the glacier. During the next two hours, we observe the unique glacial landscape comprised of streams, small lagoons, smelt waterfalls, gullies, crevasses, and ice formations. After our walk, we have lunch before returning via catamaran to the wharf. 

From here we take a short bus ride to the promenade deck across from the Perito Merino glacier. Along the walkways, there are seven “balconies” located at different heights and distances, providing numerous vantage points for observation. 

This evening, we celebrate our experience together with a final dinner in El Calafate.  
Hotel Design Suites, El Calafate
Breakfast, lunch, and dinner included.

DAY 11

This morning, we conclude our memorable trip in Patagonia, and you will be transferred to the airport in Calafate in time for your departing flight.
Breakfast included.

Please note that this is a typical itinerary, and actual activities may vary to take advantage of weather conditions, local events, and to allow serendipity to play a hand in your experience. Accommodations are as outlined in the itinerary, although we reserve the right to change these should the need arise.

Trip Length

11 Days

Trip Dates

Upcoming Trips:

  • Dec 07–17, 2014

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Patagonia Tour guide - Charles Gauntt - Boundless JourneysCharles Gauntt: Charles has lived and worked as an educator in southern Chile since 1976. During that time, he has developed a deep appreciation for the Chilean people, their history, and the local culture. For the last 20 years, he has enjoyed sharing his passions with travelers who seek more than a superficial acquaintance with his adopted home. During our trips, Charles especially enjoys facilitating spontaneous encounters with local people that make travel with him a thoroughly enriching experience.


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