Trekking

Skilled trekkers can find solitude, all the challenging off-trail travel they can handle, plus wildlife, forest, mountains, and glacial lakes galore…In the park’s northern area, is the starting point for a challenging, unmarked, several-day loop across rivers (running fast and cold with glacial melt in spring), grasslands, bogs, and glacial passes that eventually travels through Valle Hermoso.

Fresh Tracks in Chile: A First Look at Patagonia Park

Backpacker Magazine November 2014


HUT BASED TREKKING PROGRAMS

We have developed two routes that allow us to get to the “Glacier Hut” inside the remote forest. The base camp to access the ice cap, which is our mountaineering playground.

The programs schedules could be modified to fit with multi-activities and overland trips around Patagonia. The routes start and finish on the road, becoming 3 days and 2 nights spectacular traverses across the different ecosystems of the park.

Come to walk and discover!!

The Park Route

Day 1: Travel to Chile Chico, Lodging in town
Day 2: Trekking from Jeinimeni Lake to the Glacier Hut
Day 3: Exploration hikes to Guarda Parques Glacier and view points over the Hut
Day 4: Trekking from the Hut down to Avilés Pass to Casa de Piedra Camp/Park Lodge. Farewill Party
Day 5: Travel from the administration area to destination

The Smugglers’ Route

Day 1: Travel to Chile Chico, Lodging in town
Day 2: Trekking from Jeinimeni Lake to the Glacier Hut
Day 3: Exploration hikes to Guarda Parques Glacier and view points over the Hut
Day 4: Trekking from the Hut down to Valle Avilés, throw the rustler route. Camp at “El Puesto Camp”
Day 5: Trekking from the camp to General Carrera lake, Farewill Party & Lodging in Chile Chico
Day 6: Travel from Chile Chico to destination