Dientes de Navarino Trek - 6 Days

Chile

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A truly off the beaten track experience

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Duration: 6 Days
Starts in: Chile

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Considered one of the southern most treks in the world. The remoteness is what separates this from the other in the Patagonia region. A truly off the beaten track experience.

This trek is still an undiscovered treasure in the Patagonia region. This 53km (33 mile) trek takes you around the Dientes de Navarino mountain range, in the shadows of its massive jagged spires. This is a strenuous hike that takes you up steep mountain slopes, with wilderness camping under some epic night skies. The pure, untapped nature that this landscape provides, is what those who have experienced the trek rave about. This trek will hands down be one of the best you will ever do.

DEPARTURES

December - March, Regular departures on request

STARTING / FINISHING POINTS

The trip starts and ends at Punta Arenas Airport.

* This trip can also start in Ushuaia.

HIGHLIGHTS
  • Trek the southernmost circuit in the world
  • Navarino Island  
  • Enjoy amazing views over the jagged rock pinnacles of the Dientes
  • Amazing views throughout trek
  • Panoramic views of Puerto Williams, Canal Beagle, Ushuaia and more
BRIEF ITINERARY
  • Day 1: Fly from Punta Arenas to Puerto Williams
  • Day 2: Start of the Dientes Circuit
  • Day 3: Cross the Dientes de Navarino Cordillera
  • Day 4: Guerrico Valley
  • Day 5: Last day of excursion, ending at Lakutaia Lodge
  • Day 6: After breakfast, flight out of Puerto Williams to Punta Arenas

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