Travel package of 5 days to make the W circuit in Torres del Paine National Park. On this trekking you will visit the best places of the park like Grey glacier, Pehoé lake, Nordenskjöld lake and Base Torres, where you will see Paine´s horn, all accompanied by a tour guide and a group of other travelers just like you.

Day 1: Puerto Natales – Torres del Paine National Park

What you will visit:

  • 1 Torres del Paine National Park

Before the adventure begins, you will get an email with information to help you fully prepare for your Torres del Paine trip. Our sales executives will contact you about the Welcome Kit and vouchers. The day your trip begins you will take the 2:30 p.m. bus from Puerto Natales to Torres del Paine National Park. The journey takes about 2 1/2 hours (112 kms). You will reach the park in the afternoon and have time for dinner before spending the night in the Central Sector. If you prefer to seize the day and enjoy one of our horse-riding or rock-climbing excursions you should take the 7 a.m. bus from Puerto Natales and book these activities beforehand as they are not included in the program. Remember that the shelter program includes all the equipment you need.

Day 2: Trekking Mirador Base Torres (8 - 10 hours / 19,5 kms)

What you will visit:

  • 1 Base Torres viewpoint

The day begins with a slowly ascending hike through the Patagonian pampas and begins to steepen as you enter the Ascencio Valley, until you reach Los Vientos Mountain Pass - with its spectacular panoramic views of the surrounding landscape and lakes. You will continue hiking, past the Chileno Mountain Hostel and through a native lenga forest before approaching the final stretch of your adventure. This part of the hike takes about an hour and is over rocky terrain, lined with enormous boulders. Awaiting at the end is the most awe-inspiring view of the three iconic granite towers and glacial lagoon.

The walk lasts between 8 and 10 hours depending on the pace of the group, traveling 19.5 kms in total.


Day 3: Trekking sector Francés (4,5 - 6,5 horas / 13,5 kms)

What you will visit:

  • 1 Francés Valley

Walk along the quiet mount shores of Lake Nordenskjöld, at the base of the magnificent Mount Almirante Nieto and its hanging glaciers. You will be drawn to the beauty of these enormous summits looming over the turquoise lake below and will want to capture the incredible scenery forever in a photo. The lake is surrounded by amazing geographical contrasts, home to many birds, so we recommend you look out for condors overhead. You will then continue along the Arriero River, which offers great places to relax and refill your bottle with fresh running water. Once you reach the highest viewpoint you will be able to see the lake, in its full glory, and the French Glacier hanging from the Paine Grande Mountain.

Day 4: Trekking hacia el Valle Francés (8 - 10 horas / 20,5 kms)

What you will visit:

  • 1 Francés Valley

The day begins with a wonderful hike into the Francés Valley. Along the way you will enjoy the peace and quiet of pure nature, be surrounded by majestic mountain peaks and feel totally immersed in wild vegetation. You will savor in the serenity of the forests and the glacial streams, where you can fill your bottle with pure, fresh water. And you will marvel at the majestic Los Cuernos Mountains, looming overhead. The grand finale of this trek is like no other, a lookout with incredible views of the Francés Glacier and the rest of the Paine Massif Mountain Range.

Day 5: Trekking to the Gray glacier and return to Puerto Natales (8 - 10 hours / 22 km)

What you will visit:

  • 1 Grey Glacier

On the final part of this amazing trekking circuit the trail undulates between rocky areas and native forests that are home to many species of birds. Walking along the base of the Park’s tallest mountain, Paine Grande (3,050mt / 10,000ft), the nonstop views of hanging glaciers spilling over the mountaintop will feel somewhat surreal. Leaving the tree cover, you’ll reach the first lookout over Lake Grey and slowly start seeing more and more pieces of floating glacier. The larger they get, the smaller you´ll feel. Finally you will see the breathtaking view of Grey Glacier and all her glory. When your adventure comes to an end, a catamaran on Lake Pehoé and a bus will take you to Puerto Natales.

  • Bus ticket Puerto Natales / Torres del Paine / Puerto Natales
  • Transfer from Laguna Amarga porter to the Las Torres sector
  • Entrance to Torres del Paine National Park
  • 4 nights in camping (tent, sleeping bag, insulation and liner)
  • All meals (breakfast, box lunch and dinner)
  • Ticket on the Pehoé catamaran (crossing from the Paine Grande sector to Pudeto, to connect with the bus to Puerto Natales)
NOT Included
  • Transfer to and from your hotel in Puerto Natales
  • Breakfast and lunch on day 1
  • Dinner on the 5th
  • Drinks
  • Guide


Carrying two backpacks: a 40-liter one for the circuit, and a 20 to 25-liter one for day hikes. We suggest you bring thermal and waterproof clothing and shoes that are comfortable for walking, as well as short and long-sleeved shirts. We also recommend bringing sandals and a towel for showers, batteries, a headlamp, a lock, sunscreen, sunglasses, a water bottle, bags, and trekking poles.

On the day before the program begins, or during the morning of the same day, you must pick up your vouchers, tickets, and maps at the counter of the location that will be informed days before your trekking, located at the Puerto Natales Bus Terminal.

If the program starts on a Monday, you must inform Go Chile where you will be staying on Sunday night, so they can send you your documents.

** ** NOTE: The prices mentioned on our website are based on 2 people per tent. If you are traveling alone and want to stay at a campsite, a single supplement of CLP 200,000 or USD 400 must be paid. For groups with odd numbers, a supplement of USD 65 or CLP 39,000 for nationals must be added. **

  • Go Chile does not assume responsibilities for force majeure issues that may affect the itinerary or order of the programs, such as weather phenomena, road closures, or other determinations made by public authorities.