Things to consider
Torres del Paine is an adventurer's playground when it comes to multi-activity trips. Activities you can try are:
- Trekking through forested valleys, up to glaciers and past dazzling lakes
- Kayaking in secluded corners of the Park and paddling past icebergs
- Ice hiking on Glacier Grey equipped with crampons and ice axes
- Mountain biking cross-country and on exhilarating single track
- Horse riding across vast stretches of open pampa
- Fishing for chinook salmon and trout on tranquil rivers amongst snow-capped peaks
Types of Multi-Sport in Torres del Paine
For those who want to try as many different activities as possible and are happy with basic accommodation - the focus is on how you spend your day by maxing out the time that you have.
Adventurous Multi-Sport Trips
If you would prefer somewhere comfortable to return to in the evenings after an exciting day in the park, there are a range of luxury accommodations that cater for all levels of needs and desires.
Luxury Multi-Sport Trips
Perhaps you have done long multi-day kayak trips or bike-packing adventures before and you are seeking a more challenging experience? We can extend your trip beyond to hidden valleys and distant corners of the park for the ultimate adventure.
Challenging Multi-Sport Trips
Trekking in Torres del Paine is world famous but Multi-Sport trips allow you to explore beyond the crowded areas to experience a more raw and wild side of the park.
Multi-Sport in Winter
If you plan to visit the park from May - September then we can combine trekking with horse riding and kayaking for an exciting winter experience in the park.
Multi-Sport in Winter Trips
FAQs about Multi-Sport in Torres del Paine
No, our trips cater for all levels of experience whether you are a complete beginner or a hardened veteran. Let us know what experience you have, and we can tailor the activities to suit you best.
Any technical equipment like kayaks, mountain bikes and crampons are all provided along with all necessary camping equipment. You will need to bring your own clothing and suitable footwear. If you have your own technical gear which you would prefer to use then this is absolutely fine.
Yes, from a health and safety point of view you will need a guide. Torres del Paine is a almost 450,000 acres in size and you will need the expertise of a local to show you the way. A guide will also bring the whole experience to life by sharing their knowledge of the local fauna and flora, wildlife and culture and history of the park.
Accommodation can be catered to suit your requirements. Some people prefer to camp for a more rustic experience but you may choose to stay at refugios, estancias, hotels or luxury yurt camps.
To make the most of a multi-sport experience, we recommend a minimum of three nights in the park. Ideally you will have at least five nights to combine trekking with something else.
Other Activities in Torres del Paine
Torres del Paine Horse Riding
Day rides or longer treks that explore the pampas with the gauchos, head up to glaciers or follow trails through the Cordillera Paine with its mile-high granite peaks.
Kayaking in Torres del Paine
Kayaking in Torres del Paine National Park is a great way to see some of the less accessible parts of this natural reserve as you can take in the wilder, more secluded areas. …
Hiking in Torres del Paine
Hike the world-famous W or O routes, or take wilder treks through the snow-covered mountains and forested valleys to the iconic towers and the imposing peaks of Los Cuernos.
Mountain Biking in Torres del Paine
A great way to cover the distances to the far corners of the park, on anything from single day rides to multi-day expeditions along the back trails to the famous towers.