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Multi-Sport Paine

Trek, bike, kayak and horse ride in the Torres del Paine National Park whilst staying in an eco-friendly luxury dome camp. This all-inclusive trip takes you on an action-packed adventure to Cerro Paine, Laguna Azul, River Grey and Lake Nordenskjöld, accompanied by an expert guide, showing you the park's highlights in an enjoyable and dynamic fashion.

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Trip type

Guided Activity

Trip length

6 Days




Torres del Paine

Multi-Sport Paine - 6 - $4,126

Trip Summary and Itinerary Map

Day 1: Transfer to Torres del Paine National Park; EcoCamp Patagonia

Day 2: Bike at Laguna Azul and Cañadón Macho; EcoCamp Patagonia

Day 3: Kayak on River Grey; EcoCamp Patagonia

Day 4: Horse riding at Lake Nordenskjöld; EcoCamp Patagonia

Day 5: Trek to Cerro Paine; EcoCamp Patagonia

Day 6: Transfer to Punta Arenas

Start from Punta Arenas and end at Punta Arenas

Landmarks visited on Multi-Sport Paine

Operator's Itinerary

Day 1: Transfer to Torres del Paine National Park; EcoCamp Patagonia

The trip begins in the morning with you being picked up from either Punta Arenas or Puerto Natales and transferred to your accommodation in Torres del Paine National Park. Alternatively, you can start your trip in El Calafate – a transfer from here will incur an extra charge.

If travelling from Punta Arenas, we'll stop en route in Puerto Natales, a small, lively town on the shores of 'Seno de Ultima Esperanza', where we'll enjoy a local lunch. This journey is through a very picturesque region – look out for wildlife.

The day ends with your arrival and overnight stay at EcoCamp Patagonia, nestled in the heart of the Torres del Paine National Park and with a prime view of the majestic Torres. Sunset is usually around 11pm during the summer months, so on arrival there will still be enough daylight for you to admire the Patagonian steppe with its guanacos and snow-peaked mountain horizon.

Meals: Lunch, dinner

Accommodation: EcoCamp Patagonia

Day 2: Bike at Laguna Azul and Cañadón Macho; EcoCamp Patagonia

After breakfast, the biking adventure starts with a 7km route inside the Estancia Laguna Azul, close to where it meets Baguales, heading up to Saltos Las Chinas.

Once back at Laguna Azul, we'll enjoy a picnic lunch with fantastic views of the Towers. Once rested the van will take us to the next bike track.

This 4km biking route follows a single track through Cañadón Macho, finishing at a junction with the road near Cascada Paine. The cycling isn't too demanding, but there are some more difficult sections, for example where Cañadón Macho crosses a meadow and begins ascending, followed by an undulating descent which is a little steep and rocky.

At the end of the ride we'll return to EcoCamp Patagonia.

Meals: Breakfast, picnic lunch, dinner

Accommodation: EcoCamp Patagonia

Day 3: Kayak on River Grey; EcoCamp Patagonia

At 7.30am we'll have an early breakfast at EcoCamp, before heading to the Serrano area in the western region of the park. We'll arrive at the Serrano Base at around 9am. From here, we'll change vehicles and head to the Pingo River. Following a 20-min safety briefing we'll be ready to launch into the water and spend the day kayaking around Grey Lake.

As you paddle out into the lake you'll head towards the eastern face of Grey Glacier, marvelling as you near it's impressive icebergs. Navigating between gigantic floating icebergs we'll eventually come almost face-to-face with the mighty wall of the glacier itself.

We'll follow the River Grey for around 3hrs and stop at Puente Grey for our picnic lunch before continuing downstream to the confluence of the Grey and Serrano rivers. Only 20mins from here we'll reach the end of the excursion at Villa Serrano, where our van will be waiting to take us back to EcoCamp for an aperitif and evening meal.

Kayak: Minimum age is 16 years old, maximum age is 65 years old

Meals: Breakfast, picnic lunch, dinner

Accommodation: EcoCamp Patagonia

Day 4: Horse riding at Lake Nordenskjöld; EcoCamp Patagonia

One of the best ways to enjoy all that Patagonia has to offer is by riding through it on horseback. The day starts at 9.30am with a 1hr induction talk, after which we head out on our 13km ride, venturing through forest and crossing streams, all the while surrounded by amazing greenery.

We'll start by following Lake Nordenskjöld, accompanied by stunning views of Mount Almirante Nieto and Cerro Paine, before passing over freezing Patagonian rivers. The local flora and fauna along the route includes vibrant lenga forests and sightings of foxes and condors. Once we reach the beach, we'll increase the pace then stop for a picnic lunch at the Paine River at around 1pm. We'll ride until around 3pm before heading back to EcoCamp to relax for the evening.

Note: If this excursion is cancelled because of climate conditions, it will be replaced by the trek to French Valley. 

Meals: Breakfast, picnic lunch and dinner 

Accommodation: EcoCamp Patagonia

Day 5: Trek to Cerro Paine; EcoCamp Patagonia

After breakfast at EcoCamp we'll head to the twin peaks of nearby Cerro Paine. We'll hike along the mountain for 30mins, warming up and soaking up views of the surrounding pampas. The real challenge begins as we start ascending the eastern part of Cerro Paine. We'll navigate the lenga forest, accompanied by birdsong, and stop several times to take in views of the immense Almirante Nieto Mountain and its glacier on our left side. If we're lucky, we'll spot puma tracks around here.

The Towers come into full view and we'll have our lunch before starting the steepest part of the trek as the trail leaves the forest and covers rocky ground. As we ascend we'll have fantastic panoramic views of the immense pampas and the Balmaceda mountain in the distance. After ascending for an hour, we reach 1500m/4920ft and the eastern peak of Cerro Paine. From the viewpoint here we'll have an unforgettable view of the towers and the Ascencio Valley. After taking in one of the most stunning views of the national park, we'll return to EcoCamp along the same trail.

Meals: Breakfast, picnic lunch, dinner

Accommodation: EcoCamp Patagonia

Day 6: Transfer to Punta Arenas

In the early morning you can sit back, relax, and enjoy a scenic ride back to Punta Arenas to catch the evening flight to Santiago. Alternatively, you can continue your trip to El Calafate – a transfer to here will incur an extra charge.

Meals: Breakfast, picnic lunch

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What our customers think of Multi-Sport Paine

Multi-Sport Paine trips scored 4.1/5 from 8 reviews

Oooh, impossible question. In general, experiencing the vast, spectacular, rugged landscape of Torres Del Paine--whether hiking, biking, horseback riding or mountain biking--with no other people in sight. The enormity of Perito Moreno Glacier. The remoteness and beauty of the Estancia stays. Seeing the wildlife of Peninsula Valdes, again, with no other humans in sight.

Travelled: February 2020

Jenny -

Every day in Torres del Paine was amazing.

Travelled: April 2022

Barbara -

Horseback riding with my friends and daughter in the national park.

Travelled: April 2022

Suzanne -

Watching two pumas feed on a recently killed guanaco.

Travelled: March 2022

Wayne & Shelby -

There were so many moments I look back on, but I guess one highlight was meeting with our guide Flo in the bar to discuss the adventure we just had and to plan the next day. Of course, a delicious Pisco Sour (or 2) was enjoyed during this time. The bar was buzzing with everyone else talking about their day as well! We would then move on to dinner with more laughs and stories of our day!

Travelled: April 2022

Betsy -

Ice trek on glacier grey

Travelled: January 2022

Marlon -

Making it to the base of the Towers.

Travelled: March 2022

Carlos -

walking the glacier

Travelled: January 2020

Douglas -


Prices, Departures and Inclusions

The 2023/24 season guide price in Chilean Pesos of CLP 3,283,710 per person is based on two people sharing a standard dome in high season. Prices will be confirmed in Chilean Pesos and converted to your local currency on the day of booking.


This trip departs every day from September 2022 to April 2023.

Additional Notes

Accommodation options – Single, double and triple occupancies are available. A single dome is available with a supplement of CLP 569,400 (approximately USD $710).

Group size – 12 maximum with a 1:6 guide to group member ratio.

Age restriction – For this trip the minimum age is 16 years old and the maximum age is 65 years old.

Activities – See the full list of available activities.

Seasons – The seasons are divided into two periods as follows:

  • High Season: 10th Sep to 14 Dec 2022 & 21st Jan to 30th Apr 2023
  • Peak Season: 15th Dec 2002 to 20th Jan 2023

Transfers – Transfers from/to Punta Arenas or Puerto Natales to/from EcoCamp Patagonia are private, small group transfers.

Optional transferThe public bus connection to/from El Calafate is included in the trip price – you can upgrade to semi/fully private transfer at an extra cost.

Weather conditions – The weather in Patagonia can be difficult to deal with at times. The order of the days in any itinerary may be changed at the discretion of the trip guide and is based on operational considerations.


  • Meals: 5 breakfasts, 6 picnic lunches, 5 dinners
  • Accommodation: 5 nights at EcoCamp Patagonia
  • Transfers to/from either Puerto Natales or Punta Arenas
  • All private transport included in the itinerary
  • Entrance fees toTorres del Paine National Park
  • English and Spanish speaking guide


  • Meals not indicated in itinerary
  • Drinks during lunch or dinner
  • Transfers to/from El Calafate
  • Any extra/optional excursions
  • Personal equipment (see our recommended kit list)
  • Personal travel insurance
  • Gratuities/tips
  • Any visa, passport and vaccination expenses
  • International and domestic/in-country flights

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