Patagonia Multisport - Torres Del Paine

Trip Length 7 Days
Group Size 4-12
Activity level
Starting from
$5,399 for REI Members
$5,999 for non-members
Departures Feb 2021-Apr 2022

Iconic peaks, impressive glaciers and award-winning lodging; this 7-day adventure is ideal for the multisport adventurer.

Experience Patagonia’s impressive landscape from an adventurous, authentic perspective, staying in idyllic, sustainable domes at the end of each action-packed day. Often referred to as "the end of the world", Chile's Torres del Paine National Park is the perfect place for our hiking, kayaking and biking adventure. Each day brings a new activity in this 1,000-square-mile national park. Hike to impressive viewpoints, kayak close to a stunning glacier and bike to an area where guanacos outnumber people.

Enjoy an extraordinary stay at an award-winning ecolodge in the Torres del Paine National Park. The traditional domes provide comfort and warmth while utilizing the same engineering that allowed the first people of these lands to build homes that could withstand the tremendous winds of Patagonia. Gourmet meals, exhilarating adventure and a wonderful lodge stay complete this unforgettable experience in Patagonia’s Torres del Paine National Park.

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Trip Highlights

  • Hike to the base of the towers of Torres del Paine and other amazing viewpoints
  • Kayak Grey Lake and get an up close look of an impressive glacier
  • Bike to a dazzlingly beautiful blue and postcard perfect lake
  • Relax and dine in comfortable domes surrounded by breathtaking scenery


This trip is rated Moderate [3]. Trip members should be in good physical condition, capable of hiking up to 8 hours with distances ranging from 10-12 miles and 2,500-3,200' elevation gain. It is not necessary to be an experienced kayaker or cyclist although it is beneficial to have some previous kayaking and biking experience You should be at ease in a small boat and know how to swim.

The trails are well maintained, but can have steep ascents/descents with rocky, uneven terrain, scree and loose dirt. Some hikes will involve short sections of trail that are exposed.

  • Cycling
  • Hiking
  • Kayaking

What's Included

Accommodations in standard domes (based on double occupancy); meals as noted on daily itinerary; English-speaking local guides; full baggage support/transfer; park fees; boat crossing.

Peak Season Prices: Surcharge will apply on trips that operate during peak season: Dec 15 - Jan 15. See individual departure dates for specific pricing.


Ecolodge domes, 6 nights; shared facilities

Your Adventure Itinerary

Day 1

Arrive Torres del Paine Patagonia today.

Our Patagonia multisport trip begins at the Punta Arenas airport. We board our comfortable bus for the five-hour transfer to the world-famous Torres del Paine National Park. During our transfer, we stop in the small but lively town of Puerto Natales for lunch and a chance to stretch our legs. This is the last town before entering the park. We continue on our scenic drive and arrive in time to check into our domes and orient ourselves to our lodge, EcoCamp Patagonia. Before dinner, our guide will go over tomorrow’s scheduled activity and help prepare everyone for the day, covering topics such as what to wear and what to bring in your daypack. Afterward, we have our first taste of what our delicious meals will be like during our stay. Lunch and dinner included.

Driving time: 5 hours.

Day 2

Kayak on Grey Lake and glide past icebergs.

​This morning we make our way to Grey Lake in the western sector of the park, about a two hour drive. A short stroll along the beach takes us to our boat where we embark on our journey across the icy waters to the towering blue walls of Glacier Grey. After this incredible up-close look at the glacier, we walk back along the shore of the lake and will gear up for a 3-hour paddle. The winds will determine whether we kayak in the Grey River Bay amongst icebergs or venture downriver on the Grey River to the confluence of the Grey and Serrano Rivers. After a full day in the fresh air, a nap may be in order on the drive back to the EcoCamp where hot showers and dinner await. All meals included.

Kayaking: 3 hours; Boat trip: 3 hours.

Day 3

Hike to Laguna Azul and Laguna Cebolla

We start today with a 50-minute transfer north to Laguna Azul. Here we begin our hike among black sand shores and azure blue waters. This lake is known to have one of the best views of the park’s iconic towers on a clear day and the secluded location is a perfect wildlife habitat. We search for herds of guanacos nearby and native birds flying overhead. As we make our way along the trail, we marvel at the landscape of spectacular snow-capped mountains and granite spires, reflecting off the deep blue water. We leave one lake to head to another for our destination: Laguna Cebolla. Here, we enjoy lunch among vistas of rolling hills and lush grasslands. Once we have had some time to take in the sights and sounds, we continue along the trail until we reach our van, which will take up back to the lodge. All meals included.

Hiking: 11 to 12 miles; elevation gain / loss: 800'.

Day 4

Explore Patagonia ranchland by bike.

We begin our day with a one hour drive to Estancia Lazo, a cattle ranch founded in 1894. We arrive at the Estancia main house and here we meet our mountain biking guides who will help fit the bikes, provide riding tips, route and safety information. The ride begins on a ranch road and progresses through the forest to a narrower path which open again onto old logging roads. The route undulates up and down as we ride the circuit to the top of three separate highpoints with spectacular views of Paine Grande and the Sierra del Toro. Along the route there are options to make short detours on slightly longer, more difficult terrain. From the final viewpoint we descend to the Quincho, where we will enjoy a traditional Patagonian barbeque lunch. We return to our eco camp in the late afternoon. All meals included.

Mountain biking: 4-6 miles on ranch road, logging road and single track.

Day 5

Hike to a viewpoint and feast your eyes on the beauty of Torres del Paine.

We start our day with our usual hearty breakfast before today’s hike. Our van driver drops us at the trailhead where we find a relatively flat and easy trail to warm up our legs. We pass a beautiful lake and find plentiful photo opportunities. We hike through a forest of native trees such as the Lenga and the Coihue. Our lunch stop will be one of many places that offer incredible views. The remainder of our hike brings us to a viewpoint that provides a 360-degree view of the Paine mountain range, the Patagonian Andes and Grey Lake. An hour’s descent towards Paine River will reunite us with our van. On the drive back, take a final moment to enjoy the scenery. All meals included.

Hiking: 7.5 miles, 5 hours; elevation gain / loss: 1,970'.

Day 6

Hike to the base of the towers where Torres del Paine gets its name.

Our early departure this morning starts with hiking towards the bridge over the Ascensio River nearing the trailhead for the world famous Paine towers. The hike begins with a steep slope as we make our way to the narrow V-shaped valley. A gentle downhill leads us to Refugio Chileno, where we take a well-deserved break. We then hike along a gentle slope through a beech forest with views of the river. A final climb through a steep moraine with several well-placed boulders leads us to a magnificent viewpoint. This is our first glimpse of the three towers rising vertically more than 3,000' and the turquoise blue glacier lake at their base. We spend time in this special place before taking the same trail back to our lodge. All meals included.

Hiking: 14 miles, 7 to 8 hours; elevation gain / loss: 4,000'.

Day 7

Depart for home today.

After breakfast we leave Torres del Paine for the 5.5 hour drive back to where we began, the Punta Arenas airport. Breakfast included.

Gear List

The key to staying comfortable while on an active trip is layering. To get maximum comfort with minimum weight, you need versatile layers that mix and match to create the right amount of insulation, ventilation and weather protection. Try to bring only what is necessary–this will help you and the field staff.

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