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Hurtigruten Group

Puerto Natales - Hiking in Torres del Paine

Excursion

Price from

£228

Duration
8 hours 30 minutes
Season
Available all year
Min. number
25 travellers
Booking code
A-PNT6

Hike to the spectacular Los Cuernos Viewpoint and enjoy the drive in between the lakes of Torres del Paine National Park.
  • Photo stop at Mirador Lago Sarmiento viewpoint.

  • Viewpoint at Mirador Laguna Amarga (photo opportunity)

  • Walk to Salto Grande and Los Cuernos Viewpoint

  • Stop for refreshments


What a wonderful world

Cuernos del Paine are the most famous group of summits in Torres del Paine National Park. The Torres themselves might be steeper, higher, and harder to climb, but are hidden deep inside the mountain range and often covered by clouds. So, are the Cuernos, defiantly towering above Lago Nordenskjöld, who eventually got all the pictures.

The best views of this spectacular set of mountains can be enjoyed from the so-called Mirador de Los Cuernos or ‘Cuernos viewpoint’, an easy hike from Salto Grande, the most important waterfall within the national park.

On this excursion we will drive along the main road of the Torres del Paine National Park, stop at the viewpoints, Laguna Amarga, and Lago Nordenskjöld, walk to Salto Grande, and then continue hiking towards Los Cuernos Viewpoint to enjoy the most famous view of the national park.

This excursion is specially designed to get the best of the panoramic drive in between the lakes toping with the spectacular hike to Los Cuernos Viewpoint.

Walking information: Hiking in the park over uneven terrain and flat soil. Walk to Los Cuernos Viewpoint is approx. 6.5km return, on an easy mountain track that ascents approx. +60m. The walk includes a stop in Salto Grande waterfall.

*While we're excited to share the unique flavours of this region with you, it’s important to note that allergy awareness and hygiene standards can vary widely across the world. The local community providing food for this tour may not be as familiar with allergy concerns or preparation standards as suppliers in your home country or the expert chefs onboard our ships. As a precaution, we advise anyone with a severe food allergy to contact a member of the onboard Expedition Team before booking this excursion.

Practical information

  • Language: English / German (Subject to Availability)

  • Included: Boxed lunch + 1 juice & 2 bottles of mineral water on the bus

  • Remarks: Weather is unpredictable in this region and some rain showers should be expected at any time of the year. It is recommended to wear warm layered clothing, a windbreaker or waterproof jacket and good walking shoes. The visit to Salto Grande is subject to weather conditions due to the area’s windy nature.

  • Walking information: Hiking in the park over uneven terrain and flat soil. Walk to Los Cuernos Viewpoint is approx. 6.5km return, on an easy mountain track that ascents approx. +60m. The walk includes a stop in Salto Grande waterfall.

  • Wheelchair accessible: No

Penguins perched on the ice of Cuverville Island, Antarctica. Credit: Espen Mills / HX Hurtigruten Expeditions

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