Patagonia Trekking Tours
Patagonia is one of the world's top destinations for trekking. To find out about the different types of trekking on offer and the national parks you can visit, see our guide to trekking in Patagonia.
Here we'll help you find the right trekking tour for you.
Hikes & Sights of Patagonia
Taking you to the best known hikes & sights, you'll get a taste of the best of Patagonia; you'll trek the famous "W" of ...More details
Lakes & Glaciers of Patagonia
With everything organised for you in advance, visit the three best-known regions of Patagonia on this two-week tour: From El Chalten, hike to the ...More details
Paine and Fitz Roy Trek
See the highlights of both Torres del Paine and Los Glaciares National Parks. The trek in Paine is special because you'll arrive by boat, ...More details
We've put together the following itineraries, which combine some of are favourite places in Patagonia and allow you to trek in several of Patagonia's national parks. We can fully tailor these to suit your budget, timeframe and interests. For more suggestions for visiting the region take a look at our other inspirational itineraries.
Day Hike Patagonia
Hike the glaciers, mountains and coastlines of Patagonia, experiencing the famous national parks of Torres del paine, Mount FitzRoy and Tierra del Fuego and get off the beaten track on the island of Chiloe. This trip is ideal for those who love to hike dramatic trails, but with only a daypack and good quality accommodation each night.
Trekking Northern Patagonia
Northern Patagonia is home to snow-capped volcanoes and the vast, empty mountain ranges of the southern Andes. Take on three demanding treks through landscapes where you're unlikely to see any other tourists. This trip is aimed at experienced trekkers looking for a wild and remote Patagonian experience and ideal for someone's second visit to Patagonia.
Trekking South Patagonian Andes
Experience the very best of Southern Patagonia - Torres del Paine, FitzRoy and Tierra del Fuego. Hike to famous viewpoints, get off the beaten track, and camp in remote corners of the national parks. Ideal for experienced trekkers looking to hike deep into the Patagonian Andes.
Visit the two most famous trekking destinations in Patagonia - Torres del Paine and Mount Fitz Roy. In Torres del Paine, you can hike the well-known W trek or get off the beaten track into seldom visited valleys. Either way you'll see the mile high granite towers, after which the park is named, brilliant blue lakes and stunning glaciers. Fitz Roy stands above the small town of El Chalten, in Los Glaciares National Park. From here, you can trek straight from your hotel to the best viewpoints of Fitz Roy and the neighbouring Mt. Torre, or take on a longer trek around these mountains.
We can help you combine these two incredible destinations into one tour.
You can join small group treks with local guides in each national park that you'd like to visit. You can read more about trekking in these different regions in our guide to trekking in Patagonia, or take a look at our interactive map to see the main trekking areas and some of the most notable landmarks.
Torres del Paine - In Patagonia's most famous national park you can trek to the base of mile high granite peaks - the "torres" from which the park takes its name - or get off the beaten track and explore hidden valleys. Find out more about trekking Torres del Paine
El Chalten & Fitz Roy - From the small town of El Chalten you can walk straight out onto trails to beautiful lakes and glaciers and the best viewpoints of Mt Fitz Roy, returning to your hotel each night. You can also choose longer more challenging treks or even an expedition onto the South Patagonian Ice Cap. See more details on trekking Fitz Roy
Tierra del Fuego - This southernmost region of Patagonia is home to wild landscapes and dominating mountain ranges, including the Dientes de Navarino and the Cordillera Darwin, which make for interesting and challenging treks. It's also possible to go on day-hikes starting from the outskirts of the city Ushuaia. Read more about trekking in Tierra del Fuego
The Lake District - Here you can trek among the abundant lakes, forests and mountains, or to the top of one of the regions volcanoes. Find out more about trekking in the Lake District
3 ways to arrange your trip
All of our customers are different, and we like to be able to help every visitor to Patagonia. So here are 3 different ways to book your Patagonia tour...
1. Join a group tour - On a group tour you can spend 2 to 3 weeks exploring Patagonia, with the convenience of fixed departure dates and prices. We'll find a small group of like-minded people for you to join, so this a great option for solo travellers.
- 2. Let us help you plan a personalised tour - We'll put together the best itinerary to suit you. We can tailor your trip to fit your budget, timeframe and interests, and arrange everything in one booking. Either mix and match ideas from our example itineraries or suggest something completely different.
- 3. Use our expert advice to plan your own tour - Equally, for the more independent traveller, we are very happy to organise your activities in the areas of Patagonia that you want to visit and let you do the rest.
We've spent 15 years exploring Patagonia, and arranged holidays for over a thousand customers. We have a network of trusted guides, lodges, and local operators across the region and delight in helping people plan and arrange a great holiday.
You can book directly with our local partners in Chile and Argentina, or with our ATOL certified company here in the UK.
How can we help you?
We are Patagonian specialists, and have helped all sorts of different people arrange their perfect adventure holiday in Patagonia. Whatever your budget, group size, length of stay, preferred activity or appetite for adventure we're here to help you.
- Join a group trek or tour
- Plan an independent day by day itinerary
- Organise your group's trek, expedition or multi-sport adventure
- Tailor-made luxury holidays
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