- Part of Patagonia's most popular national park - Torres del Paine - Glaciar Tyndall is fed by the South Patagonian Ice Cap - one of the largest sub-polar masses of ice in the world.
- It sits adjacent to Glaciar Zapata and feeds into Glaciar Geike and Lago Tyndall.
How to see it:
Kayakers can see the Tyndall glacier by paddling along the Rio Serrano from the south of Torres del Paine and camping nearby on the river bank.
Find out more about kayaking in Torres del Paine and kayaking to glaciers.
Map of Glaciar Tyndall
Trips that visit Glaciar Tyndall
Explore the wild and secluded Pingo and Zapata Valleys in Torres del Paine National Park, where few others venture. From a remote basic basecamp you can explore glaciers, discover dinosaur fossils or summit a peak with expansive ice-field views.…
- 4 Days
Kayak down the complete Serrano River with amazing views of the Paine Massif, get up close to the icebergs on Serrano Lagoon in front of the magnificent Serrano Glacier and paddle to the remote Mount Balmaceda. This remote 2-day kayak…
- 2 Days
Experience the very best of Torres del Paine on this multi-activity adventure: hike the French Valley and to the Towers, paddle past icebergs on Lake Grey and horse-ride through unexplored valleys. Each night stay in a stylish camp by the…
- 5 Days
An incredible 4-day kayaking expedition showing you Paine's classic views and heading to some true wilderness sections. You'll paddle right up close to glaciers, kayak down and upstream in this fully-supported adventure. Enjoy wild camping far from the crowds on…
- 4 Days