- 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.
Map of Glaciar Tyndall
Trips that visit Glaciar Tyndall
A chance to combine the best of the famous W Trek trail with sea kayaking past icebergs, rock-climbing beside a glacial lagoon, and ice-hiking over the enormous Glaciar Grey. A 10-day adventure challenge that is far from typical, you'll…
- 10 Days