Guided Hiking in Patagonia’s Iconic Mountains


This South American adventure takes you deep into Patagonia’s backcountry. Explore remote mountain lakes that lie at the base of massive granite spires and alpine cirques.

This hiking adventure combines the best of Patagonia’s two countries: Argentina and Chile.

First you’ll visit the iconic and exceptionally vast Perito Moreno Glacier, in the Parque Nacional Los Glaciers, Argentina. You’ll then head north to the famous granite spire named after the explorer Fitz Roy. You’ll also visit the nearby mountain, Cerro Torre, and its beautifully aqua blue lake at it’s base.

After visiting Argentina’s highlights, you’ll cross the international boarder into Chile. You’ll head straight for Patagonia’s most well known national park, Parque Nacional Torres del Paine. You’ll have the chance to hike to some very stunning alpine environments amidst the overwhelming Torres themselves.

Towards the end of this Patagonian adventure, you’ll have the chance to go on a cruise on Lago Grey. At the end of the lake you’ll come upclose and personal to the towering wall of ice as the small cruise ship travels its width.

Join us in this vastly unexplored, pristine land!

Patagonia Hiking Highlights

  • Perito Moreno Glacier, Parque Nacional Los Glaciares
  • El Calafate
  • El Chaltén
  • Fitz Roy Mountain
  • Cerro Torre Mountain
  • Parque Nacional Torres del Paine
  • Lago Grey Cruise


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John: Volant Travel

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