Swoop Patagonia News 4th December 2013

The festive month of December is upon us and here at Swoop we have some fantastic trips and deals available that you can treat yourself to in the new year.

Last Minute trips:

Looking for an adventure in January?

We have spaces available for an Original W Trek trip in Torres del Paine starting January 10th 2014.
This is a really popular trek that is ideal for solo travelers looking to join a group.
You’ll hike the complete W trek and stay in comfortable mountain huts each night.
Within this trip you will visit  the three main valleys of the park: the lookout point of the towers at the Ascencio valley, hanging glaciers at the French Valley and the Grey Valley and sail in front of the impressive glacier at the end of your journey.

For more information contact Luke

We also have spaces on the Fast track W circuit that starts on the 18th January this is a great alternative to the ‘W’ trek for those with less time. You start your trek and end it in Puerto Natales and it’s a faster and cheaper way to see Torres del Paine. You’ll be hiking with an experienced local English-speaking guide, and sleeping in a warm bed in the Refugio each night.

For more information contact Luke.

Swoop Deals:

Book your 2014 / 2015 Patagonia cruise now to receive a 10% discount on the price.

Contact Luke for more details

Swoop News:

We are gearing up for our second Google Hangout. We had a great time on the first one chatting about all the things you can expect from a Patagonia trip. This time round were talking all things Torres del Paine , talk to Luke and our TDP expert Kerry about anything you want to know about the beautiful national park.

Our Torres del Paine on air hangout will be on :
Thursday 12th December

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Luke Errington

Founder and MD

Luke fell in love with Patagonia when he first trekked through the Andes some 15 years ago. In 2009 he founded Swoop Patagonia and since then has trekked, ridden and paddled thousands of miles throughout the region.

Back at home in Bristol he's a dad of three, and a keen trail runner and adventure racer.

On his last visit Luke climbed to within 500m of the summit of Aconcagua and ran a 3 day ultra-marathon around the volcanoes of northern Patagonia.