Dientes de Navarino
The Dientes de Navarino or 'Navarino Teeth' located on Navarino Island in the Chilean part of Tierra del Fuego, get their name from the formation of these peaks in a semi circle that resembles a jaw full of teeth. The trail was first discovered in the early 1990's by Australian climber and author, Clem Lindenmayer. Find out more about the trek here.
The town of Puerto Williams is the main access point for the trek which can be accessed on a flight from Punta Arenas. The town is very small so provisions are best acquired in Punta Arenas.
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Dientes de Navarino Trek
A wild and challenging 5-day trek, camping on an island at the southernmost tip of Patagonia. Flights to Isla Navarino are included and the aerial approach surveys the mountainous terrain around the moody Beagle Channel, where you'll be hiking through…
- 6 Days