Group Tours (with a tour leader)
The trail of trails. An expansive experience of some of Patagonia's most famous hikes in two of its most iconic areas. A dramatic Zodiac boat approach into Torres del Paine follows exploration of the three major Fitz Roy routes, all…
A spectacular itinerary that takes you the length of Patagonia in a specially-adapted expedition vehicle, exploring glaciers on foot and by boat, breaking Torres del Paine's W Trek into a series of day hikes, visiting a penguin colony, crossing the…
An incredibly cost-effective way to take in a remarkable range of vast Patagonia's top sights. Everything is arranged in advance to take you seamlessly from the Fitz Roy massif in the north, via Perito Moreno glacier to Torres del Paine,…
Enjoy day hikes in Torres del Paine and Los Glaciares national parks, see Glaciar Perito Moreno and take a Zodiac boat to the Balmaceda Glacier. A good way to experience the best that Patagonia has to offer but not necessarily…
Combined Treks (without a tour leader)
Combine fantastic great day hikes around the Fitz Roy massif with the famous W trek further south. All travel, border crossings and accommodation are included and arranged for you by our trusted local operators, but hiking alone and unguided keeps…
This trip links two the two iconic parks of Patagonia, Torres del Paine and Los Glaciares National Park. Taking alternative routes past better known sites and visiting undiscovered gems along the way, trekking this trip is not for the faint…
In Chile, your camping adventure will take you along the three main trails of Torres del Paine National Park with an expert guide. Across the border into Argentina, there's the classic views straight out of El Chalten of Cerro Torre…
Complete one of Patagonia's most famous hiking trails in Torres del Paine National Park staying in cosy refugios along the way. Then transfer to Los Glaciares National Park to see some of the lesser-known yet stunning highlights, and camp under…
A 2-3 week group tour or combination of two separate treks will allow you to really get to know each of the parks.
Visiting Paine & Fitz Roy: Your Question's Answered
Here we'll answer some of the most frequently asked questions about visiting these two regions. If there's anything else you'd like to know, please don't hesitate to ask us a question.
Visiting these national parks allows you to trek to the base of mile high granite peaks and sapphire blue lakes in Torres del Paine, hike to breathtaking viewpoints of Mount Fitz Roy from the small town of El Chalten, see the famous Perito Moreno Glacier, horseride, ice hike, kayak, fish, mountain bike and more.
We'd recommend at least 2 weeks to explore both national parks, which allows enough time for travelling. With this timescale, you could spend 4 to 5 days in Torres del Paine hiking the famous W Trek and 3 or 4 days in El Chalten, where you could do a few day hikes to some of the most spectacular viewpoints of Mount Fitz Roy.
If you have more time than this, you could hike the full circuit or get off the beaten track in Torres del Paine. In Los Glaciares National Park, you could take on a multi-day trek around Fitz Roy, such as the Huemul Circuit.
Torres del Paine and Los Glaciares National Parks lie on opposite sides of the Chile-Argentina border and in total it takes around 6 hours by road to travel between them.
You can either join a group tour which visits both national parks and includes transport between them, or choose separate treks in each destination and let us help you travel between the two by public bus or private transfer.
Yes! While the trekking is what draws the majority of people to these destinations, both regions offer a huge variety of activities.
For example, if you're into wildlife or photography, there are puma tracking trips available in Torres del Paine. The Rio Serrano, which flows out of Torres del Paine National Park, provides opportunities for kayaking and fishing, while the estancias around both El Chalten and Torres del Paine are perfect bases for horse riding. You can also take boat trips in both national parks to see some of the stunning glaciers.
Patagonia is a vast region and is home to many varied landscapes. In the Lake District, for example, you'll find verdant forests and plentiful lakes, providing opportunities for kayaking, rafting, and trekking. Tierra del Fuego is a wild and windswept land at the southernmost point of Patagonia, where you can trek in the mountains, sail on the Beagle Channel or see wildlife and plants on a day-hike or four wheel drive excursion. Taking an adventure cruise between Punta Arenas and Ushuaia allows you to get up close to Magellanic penguins and hanging glaciers, as well as setting foot on Cape Horn.
Map of Paine & Fitz Roy
Take a look at our interactive map of Torres del Paine and Los Glaciares national parks, showing the two regions and their highlights, including peaks, glaciers, lakes, valleys, towns, and airports.
Patagonia is a vast and varied region, with a wealth of things to see and do, a range of places to stay and a limited transport network.
Why not let us do the hard work for you? Our team of experts will work with you to design a 2-3 week adventure to your exact requirements, from hiking and horse-riding trips to wine-tasting tours and undiscovered lodges.
We’ll work around your budget and arrange flights, transfers and buses, to create your perfect trip.