How do Patagonia’s most famous hiking destinations: Torres del Paine in Chile, Fitz Roy (Los Glaciares National Park) in Argentina, and Isla Navarino in Tierra del Fuego, compare?
The hike to Glacier Pollone is a good way of viewing Lago Electrico and the surrounding glaciers and mountains without embarking on a technical hike.
The popular Laguna Torre hike in Los Glaciares National Park ends at a beautiful glacial lake with the cold granite peaks of Cerro Torre towering overhead.
Close to the Fitz Roy area of Los Glaciares national park in Argentinian Patagonia lies Laguna del Diablo, a short day hike to a peaceful lake and glacier.
The last day of the Torres del Paine trek is an easy hike back to Las Torres, from where buses to Puerto Natales can be found. Back to civilization.
The final stretch of the Torres del Paine hike rejoins the ‘W’ circuit and visits the spectacular Lago Pehoe and the magnificent Los Cuernos mountains.
The trek from to Los Perros and over the John Gardner Pass takes hikers into the most beautiful part of Torres del Paine, with spectacular glacier views.
The trek from Las Torres to Seron and Dickson campsites takes hikers away from the ‘W’ circuit bustle into the wild of Torres del Paine National Park.
The Torres del Paine ‘O’ circuit is a tough multi-day hiking trail through spectacular Patagonia. Learn everything you need to know to prepare for the trek.
The ‘O’ circuit combines the two main hiking routes in Chile’s Torres del Paine National Park visiting the sights of the ‘W’ trek (including the famous Torres towers) while also offering…