Things to do
World class hiking is only one side of Torres del Paine. The superb fishing, kayaking, cycling, horse riding and puma tracking opportunities here are some of the national park's best kept secrets. You can add these activities on to a multi-day trek, or base yourself in one of the remote estancias for a more immersive experience. Click on the icons in the map for more information.
What can I do in Torres del Paine?
Scattered around the park are refugios, camping sites, luxury lodges and all-inclusive hotels. Click on the icons on the map for more information about each one, or visit our hotels page to find the accommodation that's right for you.
Where can I stay in Torres del Paine?
Key trekking routes in Torres del Paine
Torres del Paine's two most famous trekking routes are the W Trek and the Full Paine Big (or O) Circuit, both incorporating the Grey Lake, French Valley and Ascensio Valley. However, some of our favourite hikes take place off the beaten track: the Pingo, Silencio and Bader valleys are hidden gems that offer quieter paths, and stunning scenery.
Getting to Torres del Paine National Park
Puerto Natales town is the only gateway to Torres del Paine. Roads from all over the region meet here, making it a necessary stop for anyone wishing to visit the National Park.
Transport links in the region are reliable and frequent, making it easy to supplement your time in Torres del Paine with a visit to nearby sites such as Los Glaciares National Park, Ushuaia, or the vibrant cities of Santiago and Buenos Aires. Our guide on how to get to Torres del Paine has more detail.