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EXPLORA
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Explora Patagonia was designed as the perfect base from where to explore Torres del Paine National Park. With an exclusive location and unparalleled views, you can choose among 40 explorations –either hiking or horseback riding– to some of the circuits of the renowned W and other less explored routes that will help you get familiarized with the typical geography and wildlife of Patagonia.

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  • We want you to live the experience of this unique destination to the fullest extent. Our rates include all explorations, entrance fees to National Parks, lodging, meals, drinks, and transportation from and to the airport (on fixed schedules).

Lodging in Explora Patagonia Hotel

Explora Patagonia was designed as the perfect base from where to explore Torres del Paine National Park.

 

With an exclusive location and unparalleled views, you can choose among 40 explorations –either hiking or horseback riding– to some of the circuits of the renowned W and other less explored routes that will help you get familiarized with the typical geography and wildlife of Patagonia.

Explorations Menu

There are many different exploration possibilities within the Park, as diverse as their visitor’s preferences. Each itinerary is a unique experience and adventure, where every detail has its own charm. With over 40 explorations, we cover all areas in the Park either on foot, horseback, or by van. We provide our travelers the opportunity of discovering the landscape according to the choices they make daily. Our explorations, always led by a competent guide from our School of Guides, take place in groups of eight travelers at most and include walks towards crystal clear, woods of lenga trees, hiking to viewpoints and horseback riding through the Park’s pampas (grasslands) and rivers.

 

One of the most popular circuit is the mystic W that goes around the trails that surround the Paine Massif. This circuit requires at least five days for completion. Our explorations to the Torres base, the Grey glacier and the Valle del Francés (Frenchman’s Valley) follow part of this circuit. A good option is to combine some of these explorations with others to less familiar places within the Park, either walking or horseback riding.

Our walks have different length and difficulty levels. Those that take the full day give us the privilege of having lunch in the middle of nature, while those that take half a day allow us to come back to explora Patagonia to make a different exploration during the afternoon. Horseback riding are meant for beginners, advanced, and expert riders; therefore, there are no excuses for not living the Patagonian experience riding through the Park along our gauchos.

 

We recommend a minimum of five nights to have an exploration experience in which you can really know what Patagonia is, although we are sure you will feel that more time was needed to discover the wonders of Torres del Paine National Park. Six nights are a good option to get a thorough knowledge of the area.

Hiking Explorations

Mirador Pehoé

Type: Half day
Duration: 2h
Distance: 4 kms / 2,3 miles
Vertical ascent: 152 meters / 486 feet

 

We leave the hotel by foot, walking along the Pehoé Lake, observing the various orchids and
ñirre trees that comprise the local flora. We will ascend to a triangular rock from where we will be able to see the intense blue of Lake Pehoé and the Paine ridge. If the day is clear we will be able to enjoy a unique view from above, quite different from that of the hotel. Finally we will descend, observing the turquoise tones of the Paine River from afar.

Lago Grey

Type: Half day
Duration: 2h30m
Distance: 5 km / 3,2 miles
Vertical ascent: 37 meters / 118 feet

 

We will leave the hotel by van and head towards the Grey Lake station. We’ll begin the excursion by crossing the hanging bridge over the torrential Pingo River and cross a lenga forest until we reach the shores of Lake Grey, generally quite windy, where we will be able to see the enormous icebergs that break off the Grey Glacier. After a moderate ascent, we will be able to see the Grey Glacier up close. Finally we will return to the Grey station where a van will be waiting to take us back to the hotel.

Nordenskjöld

Type: Half day
Duration: 2h30m
Distance: 6 km / 3,6 miles
Vertical ascent: 48 meters / 154 feet

 

We will leave the hotel by van and head towards the area of the Pudeto station. From there we will walk along a path where we will see the largest formation of the massif, called Paine Grande, with its hanging glaciers. Later we will arrive at the turquoise waters of Lake Nordenskjöld. You can often hear the sound of breaking ice and the creaking noises of the mountains. Later, from the Nordenskjöld lookout, we will have a full view of the lake and the Paine Massif. Finally, we willreturn to the hotel by van.

Mirador del Toro

Type: Half day
Duration: 1h30m
Distance: 2 kms / 1,3 miles
Vertical ascent: 58 meters / 186 feet

 

We leave the hotel by van and go over the Weber Bridge, from where we will walk toward
the Del Toro Lake and the park administration. Along the way we will see the abundant low-growing flora and rock, which prove that the park was completely covered in ice a million years ago. Once we reach the lookout, we will see the Del Toro Lake, the Serrano plains and the old gaucho ranches. During the descent, we will observe a small lagoon fed by rain water where birds, and, if we are lucky, black-necked swans can be seen. We will return to the hotel by van.

Laguna Azul

Type: Half day
Duration: 45 minutes
Distance: 1 km / 0,6 miles
Vertical ascent: 11 meters / 35 feet

 

This exploration begins at the explora Quincho, from where we will take the van to the Blue Lagoon and walk along a large wetland inhabited by numerous aquatic bird species. We will then walk along the beach of the lagoon with its transparent waters, and the Paine Towers will gradually come into view. We will eventually reach a lookout from where we will see one of the best views of the lagoon and granite towers behind it. At this point, a van will be waiting to take us back to the hotel.

Ribera Serrano

Type: Half day
Duration: 1h30m
Distance: 3 km / 1,9 miles
Vertical ascent: 7 meters / 22 feet

 

We leave the hotel by van and head towards the Serrano station. From there, we will hike across the pampa Serrano, fully grasping the contrast between the flat grasslands and the granite Paine Massif. The Serrano River’s lush wildlife leads our hike. We finally meet the explora van that takes us back to the hotel.

Variación Laguna Azul Mirador

Type: Half day
Duration: 1h30m
Distance: 4 kms / 2,1 miles
Vertical ascent: 152 meters / 486 feet

 

After walking along the beaches of the Blue Lagoon, we will slowly ascend on a path lined with lenga and ñirre trees. We will hike across plains and finally arrive at a lookout with panoramic views of the Blue Lagoon and the Paine Towers. We will return on the same path towards the van, which will be waiting to take us back to the hotel.

Ribera Paine

Type: Half day
Duration: 1h30m
Distance: 2 km / 1,3 miles
Vertical ascent: 36 meters / 115 feet

 

We will walk from the hotel to the banks of the Paine River where we will follow a path with slight slopes, low bushes and small patches of forests, with outstanding views of the Paine River and the massif.

Mirador Cóndor

Type: Half day
Duration: 2h30m
Distance: 4 km / 2,2 miles
Vertical ascent: 250 meters / 800 feet

 

We leave the hotel by foot, walking along Lake Pehoé and the camping area. From afar we will see a mushroom shaped hill, at the top of which the Mirador Cóndor will be our destination. Along the way we will pass through lenga and ñirre forests while we gain altitude, feeling the force of the wind that makes this expedition all the more challenging. Once we reach the Mirador Cóndor, we will have a 360° view of the park, observing, among other things, Lake Pehoé, the Paine Massif, Lake Sarmiento and explora Patagonia. On the way back we will go down a steep rocky slope until we reach the van that will take us back to explora.

Sarmiento

Type: Half day
Duration: 2h30m
Distance: 5 kms / 2,7 miles
Vertical ascent: 48 meters / 154 feet

 

A van will take us from the hotel to the beginning of our walk, along a trail of low vegetation where we will find paramelas, a natural indigenous flower known for its vibrant yellow color and pleasant scent. We will then descend to the beach of Lake Sarmiento Chico, crossing rocky formations of calcium, and ascend to panoramic views of Lake Sarmiento. We will return to explora by van.

 

Aonikenk

Type: Half day
Duration: 3h
Distance: 7 km / 4,1 miles
Vertical ascent: 173 meters / 554 feet

 

We will leave the hotel by van and head to the eastern part of the park. This excursion is an excellent opportunity to enjoy the local wildlife, especially during spring, when animals are active and the vegetation is in full bloom. We will also visit a cave with 4,000 year old paintings and see geese, ducks and swans in the lagoons along the way. The terrain has various ups and downs without too steep a slope. We will return to the hotel by van.

Pingo Chorrillo Los Salmones

Type: Half day
Duration: 3h30m
Distance: 9 km / 5,2 miles
Vertical ascent: 49 meters / 157 feet

 

We will leave the hotel by van and head toward the Grey Lake station. From there, we will walk on a path along the Pingo River, crossing open fields and entering a dense forest of native trees. Along the way, we will enjoy different views of the Paine Massif along with its unique fauna, which includes ducks and parrots. We will return along the same path to the station and take a van back to explora.

La Loma

Type: Half day
Duration: 1h
Distance: 4 km / 2,2 miles
Vertical ascent: 223 meters / 714 feet

 

This expedition begins at the explora Quincho, from where we will walk towards the Paine Towers. This exploration allows us to observe the park’s rich wildlife. We will cross native forests and finish with a descent during which we will be exposed to the strong Patagonian winds. We will return to the hotel by van.

Mirador Sierra del Toro

Type: Half day
Duration: 3h
Distance: 5 km / 2,9 miles
Vertical ascent: 393 meters / 1258 feet

 

We leave the hotel by van, reaching the Weber Bridge where we will cross the turquoise waters of the Paine River. There, we will immediately begin our steep, rocky ascent of the mountains bordering the river. The vegetation is low, allowing beautiful views of the Del Toro Lake, Paine River and Serrano Pampa where you can often see gauchos. After arriving at the highest point, we will descend along the same path. The wind and slope allow us to completely connect with the nature of the place. We will arrive at the park administration where a van will be waiting for us.

Glaciar Grey

Type: Full day
Duration: 5h30m
Distance: 12 km / 7,4 miles
Vertical ascent: 231 meters / 739 feet

 

We begin this exploration by crossing the turquoise waters of Lake Pehoé on board the explora catamaran towards the Paine Grande hotel. From here, we will walk towards the Grey Refuge along the border of the massif. Halfway up the ascent, we will be able to observe the Grey Glacier and the extraordinary extension of the Southern Ice Fields from above. Later we go down a steep path to the Lake Grey beach, from where a boat will take us closer to the towering walls of the glacier, navigating through the icebergs that float throughout thelake. This exploration is particularly interesting for geology and glaciology enthusiasts. Finally, we will cross a forest and the Pingo River hanging bridge to meet the van that will take us back to the loge.

*This excursion is subject to climate conditions, as the boat rides may be cancelled due to strong winds.

 

Valle Francés

Type: Full day
Duration: 7h30m
Distance: 16 km / 9,8 miles
Vertical ascent: 226 meters / 723 feet

 

We will cross the turquoise waters of Lake Pehoé on board of the explora catamaran and head towards the Paine Grande hotel, where we will begin our hike. We will enter the French Valley surrounded by dense forest and native bushes. We will cross the hanging bridge over the French River, and reach the Italian camp. From within the valley, we will be able to observe the Glacier del Francés and the amphitheater of granite peaks that frame the area. On the way back we will return along the same path to the hotel.

Cuernos

Type: Full day
Duration: 6h
Distance: 19 km / 11,3 miles
Vertical ascent: 145 meters / 464 feet

 

We will leave the hotel by van and head toward the Cerro Paine Ranch, from where we’ll begin our hike around the base of Almirante Nieto, with its brush land and grasses. Later, we will hike along Lake Nordenskjöld, crossing forests and small ponds, and start a demanding ascent to the beginning of the Bader Valley, with breathtaking views of the horns, Lake Pehoé, Lake Sarmiento, Lake Nordenskjöld and the Southern Ice fields. We will return along the same path to the van that will take us back to the hotel.

Mirador Ferrier

Type: Half day
Duration: 3h30m
Distance: 6 km / 3,5 miles
Vertical ascent: 600 meters / 1.920 feet

 

We leave the hotel by van and head to the Grey station, where we will immediately begin a very demanding ascent. We will gradually be able to see Lake Grey and the enormous ice barrier of the Southern Ice Fields, until we enter a very dense forest. After crossing the forest we will reach the final point of the exploration, usually quite windy, but with outstanding views of the Grey and Pehoé lakes. We will return from the station to explora by van.

Cornisas

Type: Half day
Duration: 3h30m
Distance: 6 kms / 3,5 miles
Vertical ascent: 344 meters / 1.101 feet

 

We will leave the hotel, on foot toward the Paine River until we arrive at the cliffs after which this exploration is named. As we gain altitude we will see the river and Lake Pehoé’s shades of turquoise, deep blue and green depending on the light. Once at the top we will be able to contemplate the Paine ridge and its surrounding valleys. This exploration allows us to see the park from different perspectives due to the many lookout spots.

Alto de la Sierra

Type: Full day
Duration: 7h
Distance: 15,25 km / 9,5 miles
Vertical ascent: 829 meters / 2.721 feet

 

We leave the hotel by van to reach a steep path facing the Paine River, Lake Toro and the Serrano plain. Up in the mountains, the path goes into an old-growth forest, where the trees creak and the wind howls as if speaking to us. Finally we will ascend to a lookout exposed to the strong Patagonian winds, with unique views of the Paine Massif and its surrounding lakes. We will then begin our descent to where a van will be waiting to take us back to the hotel.

Valle del Río Pingo

Type: Full day
Duration: 8h
Distance: 22 km / 13 miles
Vertical ascent: 256 meters / 819 feet

 

We will leave the hotel by van and head towards the Grey station, walking along side the Pingo River and crossing a forest. We will cross the Salmon River and emerge among mature forests full of clearings through which we can see parts of Paine Grande. We will then return along the same path to the Grey station where the van will be waiting to take us back to the hotel.

Laguna La Cal and Lago Sarmiento

Type: Full day
Duration: 7h30m
Distance: 14 km / 8,6 miles
Vertical ascent: 323 meters / 1.034 feet

 

We leave the hotel on foot, walking up a slight slope towards a lenga forest, where we will see the devastating effects of the last fire. Continuing our hike, we will arrive at a look out from where we will see La Cal Lagoon and probably be able to spot some condors flying above as they nest in this area. Later, we will descend to the lagoon where we will follow a path used by the Aonikenk and finish at the tranquil banks of Lake Sarmiento. We will return to the hotel by van.

Valle Francés Plateau

Type: Full day
Duration: 8h30m
Distance: 19 km / 11,3 miles
Vertical Ascent: 446 meters / 1.427 feet

 

The hike from the Valle del Francés to the Plateau involves reaching the Italian Camp and the lookout from where we will have privileged views of the granite peaks, Lake Pehoé and the glacier.
The hike is on a steep rocky path that runs along the moraine left by the glacier.

Glaciar Grey Campamento Guardas

Type: Full day
Duration: 5h30m
Distance: 17 kms / 10 miles
Vertical ascent: 362 meters / 1.158 feet

 

On this exploration we will follow the same path as the Grey Glacier exploration. From the Grey Glacier shelter, we will ascend towards the Park Ranger camp lookout, from where we will be able to truly grasp the glacier’s size. Later we will return along the same path to the shelter, from where we will board a boat that will take us up close to the glacier walls. As in the previous expedition, we will cross a lenga forest and the Pingo River hanging bridge to take a van back to the hotel.

*This excursion is subject to climate conditions, as the boat rides may be cancelled due to strong winds.

Base Torres

Type: Full day
Duration: 8h30m
Distance: 18 km / 10,5 miles
Vertical ascent: 754 meters / 2.413 feet

 

We will leave the hotel by van and head towards the Cerro Paine ranch. From here, we will ascend towards the Ascencio River Valley and the Chilean Refugio Valley from where we’ll begin a steep ascent toward a lookout at the base of the Paine Towers. Once at the top, we will be able to grasp the magnitude of the granite towers after which the park is named.

Valle Francés Británico

Type: Full day
Duration: 10h
Distance: 23 km / 14 miles
Vertical ascent: 623 meters / 1.994 feet

 

This excursion takes us deep into the French Valley ascending towards the lookout located in the center of the granite peaks. From the Plateau we will ascend very steeply going in and out of lenga forests and gradually approaching the Paine Horns. We will continue to gain altitude until practically arriving at the base of the horns.

Horseback Riding Explorations

Laguna Negra

Type: Half day
Duration: 1h30m
Distance: 4 km / 2,3 miles
Vertical ascent: 25 meters / 80 feet

 

We will leave the stables and ride across rivers, forests and pampas as we ascend toward the Black Lagoon lookout. During the ride we will come across several lagoons, ideal for spotting bird species such as southern lapwings, and upland geese.

Puntilla del Toro

Type: Half day
Duration: 1h30m
Distance: 6 km / 3,4 miles
Vertical ascent: 6 meters / 19 feet

 

We leave from the stables, riding across the Serrano Plain, crossing creeks and rivers with the Paine Massif behind us. We will ride along the banks of the Serrano River and the Toro Lake, crossing parts of it. We return over the plain, with a full view of the Paine Massif ahead of us.

Laguna Linda

Type: Half day
Duration: 1h30m
Distance: 6 km / 3,7 miles
Vertical ascent: 149 meters / 477 feet

 

This ride is the hardest of the “beginners” explorations due to its climbs and descents. We leave from the stables and ride across an area of small hills, gaining altitude until we reach the Linda Lagoon, with panoramic views of the Paine Massif. Throughout this ride we will see small southern beech trees and birds such coots and southern lapwings.

Buena Vista

Type: Half day
Duration: 1h30m
Distance: 5 km / 2,8 miles
Vertical ascent: 146 meters / 467 feet

 

We begin riding over a plain from where we will be able to see the abundant flora and fauna. As we continue the ride, we will ascend a hill of scattered beech lenga forest, gradually gaining altitude until we reach the Buena Vista lookout, from where we will see the mouth of the Paine River, with its vibrant shades of turquoise and the Massif behind it. We will return to the stables on a steep but steady path.

Rincón del Puma

Type: Half day
Duration: 1h30m
Distance: 6 km / 3,4 miles
Vertical ascent: 49 meters / 157 feet

 

We begin this horse ride at the stables through a partially flat and open area until we arrive at a lenga and ñirre forest. We will ride through the forest on narrow paths and climb a hill with moderate slopes, but completely exposed to the strong Patagonian winds. Once we reach the highest point we will be able to see Lake Toro and the Paine River. After this stop we will begin to descend on a steeper path to return to the same forest and then to the stables.

Cañadón Macho

Type: Half day
Duration: 1h30m
Distance: 5 km / 3,1 miles
Vertical ascent: 157 meters / 502 feet

 

We ride from the Quincho toward a large beech forest spread over several hills. Upon leaving the forest we will have panoramic views of the waterfall below us, and the Las Chinas River. We will continue riding along a more open path until we return to the explora Quincho.

Puente Grey

Type: Half day
Duration: 1h30m
Distance: 10 km / 5,8 miles
Vertical ascent: 9 meters / 29 feet

 

We begin the ride from the explora stables and head toward the Grey River. The path is mostly flat and windy as it is quite exposed. We will arrive at the banks of the Grey River, ride along it, and finally return along the plain toward the stables.

Carretas

Type: Half day
Duration: 2h
Distance: 16 km / 9,4 miles
Vertical ascent: 25 meters / 80 feet

 

We leave the explora stables and ride across the Serrano plain until we come to a path that leads to the Grey River. The horse ride has some elevation changes and depending on the rider’s expertise we can gallop over the plain and feel the intense wind behind us.

Mercado

Type: Half day
Duration: 2h
Distance: 13 km / 7,7 miles
Vertical ascent: 8 meters / 26 feet

 

We leave the Quincho and ride across the Las Chinas River, toward the valley of the Mercado ranch. We will be able to gallop and trot because this excursion is flatter than Santa Gemita. On our way back to the Quincho we will cross Las Chinas River, which can be quite deep and strong. We do not recommend this ride for travelers who are afraid of heights.

 

 

Serrano

Type: Half day
Duration: 2h
Distance: 13 km / 7,7 miles
Vertical ascent: 8 meters / 26 feet

 

We will leave from the stables, riding across the plain and along the Serrano River. As the ride continues, we will cross some roads and ascend to a lookout from where we will be able to see a small town on the outskirts of the Park and the vastness of the plain around us. On the way back, we’ll cross a small antartic forest before returning to the explora stables.

2 de Enero

Type: Half day
Duration: 2h
Distance: 14 km / 8,3 miles
Vertical ascent: 238 meters / 762 feet

 

We leave from the explora Quincho, and ride up a steep slope toward the banks of the Dry Lagoon, which looks similar to a salt flat. Later we will come to a lookout, from where we will be able to see the 2 de Enero Ranch, where the gauchos will welcome and treat us to a warm mate (local infusion) by an open fire. We will return through forests and unstable terrains toward the explora Quincho.

Santa Gemita

Type: Half day
Duration: 1h30m
Distance: 6 km / 3,7 miles
Vertical ascent: 152 meters / 486 feet

 

From the explora Quincho, we will ride across the Las Chinas River and begin a strong ascent toward the feet of the Sierra Jara. We will ride across the ridge on unstable terrain and arrive at Santa Gemita. From there we will have clear views of the Blue lagoon and the Paine Towers behind it if the skies are clear enough. Finally, we will ride down a steep slope and return to the explora Quincho. We do not recommend this ride for travelers who are afraid of heights.

Donoso

Type: Full day
Duration: 5h30m
Distance: 25 km / 14,9 miles
Vertical ascent: 73 meters / 234 feet

 

We’ll ride from the stables over the Serrano Plain and cross the Grey River. We will ascend a densely vegetated hill, crossing creeks, lagoons and plains. Depending on the rider’s expertise, we’ll be able to canter and trot. We will continue riding across wetlands until we arrive at the Donosito Lookout, from where we will see the Serrano River, the Grey River, the plain and the Paine Massif behind. We will go up a narrow, pronounced path, crossing beech forests until reaching the Los Choros Lagoon where we will canter along the shore. After lunch in a nearby forest, we will continue our ride back to the stables.

Donosito

Type: Half day
Duration: 2h30m
Distance: 15 km / 9,2 miles
Vertical ascent: 75 meters / 240 feet

 

We leave from the stables, riding across the Serrano plain, crossing the Grey Bridge, and riding along the riverbank. From here, we will ascend a hill with dense vegetation, going in and out of beech forests. We will see wetlands and swampy terrain until we reach the Donosito lookout, from where we will be able to see the Serrano River, the Grey River, the plain and the Paine Massif behind us.

Témpanos

Type: Full day
Duration: 6h
Distance: 32 km / 18,9 miles
Vertical ascent: 190 meters / 608 feet

 

We’ll leave the stables, galloping over plains and rocky terrain, reaching the Grey riverbanks until we reach a hill. We will ascend abruptly toward the Témpanos lookout from where we will be able to see the Grey Lake, its ice fields and glacier in the distance.

Sierra del Toro

Type: Full day
Duration: 7h
Distance: 35 km / 21 miles
Vertical ascent: 400 meters / 1.280 feet

 

We leave the stables and ride across the Weber Bridge, immediately ascending over sand and loose rock, until reaching panoramic views of the Toro Lake, the Serrano plain and the Grey and Serrano Rivers. After the ascent we will find a beech forest on rocky and relatively flat terrain to later go on toward the Sierra del Toro. After crossing a beech forest, we will make a steep descent, and stop for lunch. We will return along the ridge toward the stables along unstable terrain, often having to dismount in order to continue safely.

High Mountain Ascent

Cerro Castillo

Type: Full day
Duration: 10 h
Distance: 16 km / 9 miles

 

We drive out in a van to “Bahía El Bote”, which is located just outside the Park. We begin our hike in grazing fields, then start our ascent of Cerro Castillo (Castillo Hill) till we reach the summit. From there, we have a 360° view of the Park and its surroundings. We see hills, glaciers, pampas, lakes, and mountains. We then descend through the forest back to the van.

Overland

Patagonian Steppe

 

Type: Half day
Duration: 3h

 

This exploration tours the eastern area of the Torres del Paine National Park, combining trips by van with brief hikes. The area mainly features wildlife such as guanacos, pumas and flamencos and vast shrublands and grasslands typical of the Patagonia steppe. We first visit the viewpoint of the Nordenskjöld Lake and Paine Grande Falls; we then take a van to the Cisnes Lagoon to watch flamencos; and finally head to the Amarga Lagoon to enjoy a privileged view of the Paine Towers. We return to explora by van.

 

Plan Your Trip

quiet season

jun 1 – aug 31

mid season

sep 1 – oct 31  2018 

apr 2019

high season

nov 1 – dec 20

22 jan – 31 mar

holidays season

dec 21 2018 – jan 21 2019

Minimum stay in january - february: 4 nights

Minimum stay in holidays: 6 nights

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