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Multi-Activity in Torres del Paine

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 Serrano River with views of the whole Paine massif. This is the complete trip to Torres del Paine National Park.

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Trip type

Guided Activity

Trip length

5 Days




Torres del Paine

Multi-Activity in Torres del Paine - 5 Days - $3,195

Trip Summary and Itinerary Map

Day 1: Transfer from Puerto Natales; Trek to Weber Bridge; Serrano Camp

Day 2: Ride to Glacier Tyndall lookout; Serrano Camp 

Day 3: Trek to the French Valley; Serrano Camp

Day 4: Kayaking on Lake Grey; Serrano Camp 

Day 5: Trek to Las Torres (The Towers) lookout; Puerto Natales

Start from Puerto Natales and end at Puerto Natales

Landmarks visited on Multi-Activity in Torres del Paine

Operator's Itinerary

Day 1: Transfer from Puerto Natales; Trek to Weber Bridge; Serrano Camp

A private transfer will pick you up from your hotel in Puerto Natales and take you to Estancia Lazo, a 13,000 hectare cattle ranch founded over a century ago and still operating today. This lies on the shore of Laguna Verde, beneath striking views of the Paine Massif.

From here we’ll start our trek into the Torres del Paine National Park. The trail is generally as it passes through stretches of native beech and coihue forests which are teeming with wildlife. Watch out for condors and caranchos circling the skies; guanacos grazing on the hills; and woodpeckers, owls, and lesser-known species such as the cachaña (Austral parakeet) peeking out from the trees.

We’ll reach Honda Lagoon and then make our way to Lake Toro Lake viewpoint (559m), where we'll soak up fantastic panoramic views of the Grey, Serrano and Paine rivers, Serrano Valley, Mt Balmaceda and the Geike and Tyndall glaciers. We then start our descent to the Weber Bridge, where a 20min transfer will take us to Serrano Camp.

Length of transfer: 2hrs

Length of hike: 5hrs, 13 km

Meals: Picnic lunch, dinner 

Accommodation: Serrano Camp

Day 2: Ride to Glacier Tyndall Glacier lookout; Serrano Camp

Today we'll saddle up and ride to an unexplored valley at the border of Torres del Paine National Park. The ride will take us across rivers and through landscapes of lakes and wetlands, while views of the Paine Massif and the glaciers of the Southern Patagonian Icefield shift alongside us.

At the Glacier Tyndall lookout we’ll stop for a picnic lunch and, once rested, return to Serrano Camp via a different trail along the shore of the Serrano River and past the waterfall of the same name. 

Length of ride: 6hrs slow riding, trotting and cantering

Meals: Breakfast, picnic lunch, dinner 

Accommodation: Serrano Camp

Day 3: Trek to the French Valley; Serrano Camp

Today’s activity is a trek to the French Valley – a spectacular natural basin surrounded by peaks and hanging glaciers. We’ll start with a short transfer to Lake Pehoe and cross it by catamaran.

At the entrance to the French Valley – a glacial moraine surrounded by peaks and hanging glaciers – we’ll scramble over huge boulders and catch our first sight of the hanging glacier atop the valley.

From here we ascend for an hour through a dreamlike Japanese garden landscape before arriving at the French Valley viewpoint (the 'Plateau'). Your reward is a stunning bird’s eye view of granite peaks and hanging glaciers. On one side is the French Glacier and Paine Grande (3050m); while on the other, La Espada, La Hoja, La Máscara and the main and north 'horns' of Los Cuernos arch upwards. In the upper section of the valley, Mt Catedral and Mt Fortaleza loom like turrets above the landscape. We'll have plenty of time to rest and have lunch at the viewpoint, surrounded by these imposing peaks and open skies.

Our descent is via the same path. We’ll take the catamaran back across Lake Pehoe and then a 35min private transfer back to Serrano Camp

Length of transfer: 30mins

Length of boat trip: 35mins

Length of hike: 7-8hrs, 17km

Meals: Breakfast, picnic lunch, dinner 

Accommodation: Serrano Camp

Day 4: Kayaking on Lake Grey; Serrano Camp

We'll have an early breakfast before our transfer to Lake Grey to meet our kayaking guide. Here,  we'll have a briefing about safety and paddling techniques with views of Paine Grande and Grey Glacier as the backdrop.

We’ll paddle Lake Grey for around 2hrs, inspecting the icebergs that have calved from the glacier and been carved into natural ice sculptures by the wind and sun. While paddling, take time to look around: the granite peaks of Paine Grande, Cordon Olguín and Los Cuernos interplay beautifully with the water’s multiple shades of turquoise.

From Lake Grey we’ll begin our trip along the Grey River, which meanders through canyons with turbulent rapids and lined by steep rock walls. We’ll paddle for 25km down the Grey River to the point where it joins the Serrano River. After 4-5hrs of paddling we’ll arrive back at Serrano Camp ready to relax and prepare for dinner.

Length of transfer: 30mins

Length of kayaking: 4-5hrs, 25km

Meals: Breakfast, picnic lunch, dinner 

Accommodation: Serrano Camp

Day 5: Trek to Las Torres (The Towers) lookout; Puerto Natales

Our last day starts with a transfer across the National Park to the starting point for the trek to the Towers. An initial ascent follows the Ascencio River into the Ascencio Valley. At a lookout point, about an hour into the trek, we’ll pause to take in the beauty of the valley's rich beech forests, glaciers and waterfalls.

After this point the path continues climbing through lush beech forests before ascending a gigantic terminal moraine (the ridge formed at a glacier’s end point). It's here, at an altitude of 900m, where we’ll be rewarded by the stunning sight of Las Torres and stay a while to soak up the amazing views, take photos and have lunch.

We'll then retrace our steps back to the start point where a private transfer will take you back to Puerto Natales.

Length of transfer: 1.5hrs

Length of hike: 8-10hrs

Meals: Breakfast, picnic lunch

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What our customers think of Multi-Activity in Torres del Paine

Multi-Activity in Torres del Paine trips scored 4.3/5 from 8 reviews

Hiking to the base of the towers.

Travelled: February 2024

Cameron -

Jorge and Carlos - our guide and driver. Everyday was memorable. Spectacular views, scenery, sunrise/sunsets, and unbelievable winds. Our final day was probably the most memorable as Jorge altered our itinerary making it a really enjoyable day - The Towers + Lago Azul then culminating with an up close sighting of two Puma cubs.

Travelled: April 2023

Bob -

Seeing an avalanche on the side of grey glacier.

Travelled: March 2023

Carly -

Too many! Lunch at a glacier watching an avalanche, celebrating my birthday and my best friends birthday with a specially made cake by the Serrano camp staff, getting about a foot away a wild Guanaco, our talks with our amazing guide Anne. Too many to name.

Travelled: March 2023

Paige -

We had a spectacular rainbow over the mountains when we drove into the park for the first time. It was absolute magic.

Travelled: January 2023

Kelly -

Driving into the park and seeing torres del paine fir the first time heading to webber bridge

Travelled: January 2023

Hannah -

Hiking the very first day to Serrano camp

Travelled: January 2023

Aasha S -

Puerto Williams and the Navimag ferry (for good reasons!)

Travelled: December 2022

Jane -


Multisport in Torres del Paine

Prices, Departures and Inclusions

Prices for the 2023/24 season are:

4-8 people: USD $3,195 per person
3 people: USD $3,695 per person
2 people: USD $4,095 per person

Book now to guarantee your place and price for the 2024-25 season. The operator’s final price may be slightly higher when they confirm their rates in the coming weeks; we guarantee you will not pay more for your trip if you book before then. If the final rate is less than initially quoted to you, you will be charged the lower amount.


Prices for the 2024/25 season are from:

4-8 people: USD $3,515 per person
3 people: USD $4,065 per person
2 people: USD $4,505 per person


Please contact us to discuss your preferred departure date.

Additional Notes

Joining & departure instructions – Please arrive in Puerto Natales on the afternoon before for your trip starts for your group briefing. It is also recommended that you plan to stay in Puerto Natales when you finish your trek. If you would like help booking your pre/post-trek arrangements please just let us know.

Group size – Eight maximum, two minimum

Age restriction - The minimum age for joining this trip is 10 years old. Anyone under 18 years old must be accompanied by a responsible adult.

Itinerary – The order of activities may be altered at the last minute given the local weather conditions. You will be briefed about this by your guide when you begin your trip.


  • Meals: Four breakfasts, five picnic lunches, four dinners
  • Accommodation: Four nights at Serrano Camp
  • All the private transportation indicated in the schedule
  • Entrance fee to Torres del Paine National Park
  • Catamaran to cross Pehoe Lake 
  • All kayaking equipment (neoprene gloves, paddling jackets, life jackets, skirts, and neoprene boots)
  • All the horses and saddles during the excursion
  • Helmets, leather chaps, leather gloves, saddlebags, dry bags
  • English and Spanish-speaking guide 
  • Special guide for kayaking (Day 3)
  • Baqueano (local cowboy) for the ride (Day 4)


  • Meals not indicated in itinerary
  • Drinks during lunch or dinner
  • Accommodation on any additional nights
  • Any extra/optional excursions
  • Backpack (day-pack/65ltr minimum)
  • Personal equipment (see our recommended kit list)
  • Personal travel insurance
  • Gratuities/tips
  • International and domestic/in-country flights
  • Any visa, passport and vaccination expenses

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