A close up of a snow covered mountain with Perito Moreno Glacier in the background

Torres del Paine – Grey Hike

Spectacular views abound in every direction. Torres del Paine National Park covers an area of 242.242 hectares and features an outstanding combination of lakes, lagoons, waterfalls, glaciers, hills, and peaks, as well as the possibility to observe various kinds of wildlife in their natural habitat.

  • Explore Torres del Paine National Park, a highlight of Patagonia
  • Take in the glacial colours and icebergs of Grey Glacier that feeds into Grey Lake
  • Stretch your legs amidst the soaring mountains of Patagonia
  • Observe diverse wildlife in their natural habitat
  • Difficulty level

    Level 4: Hard

  • Duration

    9 hours

  • Min. passengers

    25

  • Booking Code

    A-PNT7

  • From

    $ 383

  • Notices

    It is recommended to wear warm layered clothing, a windbreaker or waterproof jacket and good walking shoes.

We depart the pier and drive to Torres del Paine National Park.

Inside the park, the road is surrounded by dozens of lagoons filled with grasses and aquatic birds, contrasting nearby small hills where flocks of guanacos pasture. After passing the Serrano River entrance, the road becomes rocky and traverses many cliffs and pampas (Patagonian steppes) before we arrive in the Grey Lake area to admire the magnificent contrast of mountain, lake, icebergs, and Grey Glacier.

We will drive to Grey Lake beach and start walking along the shore to enjoy views of the icebergs with their deep blue colours.  Further along, we encounter the Salto Grande (big waterfall), which forms quiet Pehoe Lake. The visit to Salto Grande is subject to weather conditions.  After some time taking photos, we leave the park behind and return to Puerto Natales, driving across Patagonia's deep pampas.

Practical information

  • Language: English / German (Subject to Availability)
  • Included: Boxed lunch and juice
  • Remarks: Weather is unpredictable in this region and some rain showers should be expected at any time of the year. It is recommended to wear warm layered clothing, a windbreaker or waterproof jacket and good walking shoes. Timing may vary to avoid congestion or for operational reasons.
  • Walking information: Trekking in the park over uneven terrain and flat ground.  Approx. 2 hours walking in the park
  • Wheelchair accessible: No
     
     

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