5 reasons to run the Patagonian International Marathon
- Salto Grande - incredible views of waterfalls in the heart of the park
- Lago Grey - iconic lake fed by Glacier Grey filled with icebergs
- The Paine Mountain Range
- Nordenskjold lookout - an unrivalled view of the Paine Massif
- International Field - run alongside racers from the world over
The Patagonian International Marathon is a running event that takes place within Torres del Paine National Park. The best known national park in South America, Torres del Paine is encompassed by massive glaciers, lakes and grand pillars of granite mountains that rise 2,500 meters above the race route.
Distance: 42km, 21km or 10km
Date: 9th September 2017
42km - $89
21km - $67
10k - $44
Race HQ: Puerto Natales
Terrain: Mostly gravel paths
International flights from the UK to Santiago fly overnight and tend to arrive in the morning. This gives you time to connect to a 4 hour flight to Punta Arenas. It's then a 2.5 hour drive to Puerto Natales - the Race HQ for the Patagonia International Marathon.
You can either stay in Puerto Natales for a night or push on another 2.5 hour into Torres del Paine National Park and stay at somewhere like Tierra Patagonia, Eco Camp or Patagonia Camp which are all close to the start locations of each distance.
On the day of the race, you need to be at the start line 60 minutes before the start. We will ensure you are in the right place at the right time.
You can estimate on the following travel costs:
- Return flights from the UK to Santiago: $1,400
- Return flights from Santiago to Punta Arenas: $450
- Accommodation pre- and post- race: $450
- Estimate of budget for extra travel: $530 per day.
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