Patagonia Hiking Adventure

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9 Days


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Experience Torres Del Paine National Park

This challenging hut-to-hut hike through the all-encompassing wilds of Patagonia’s national park is a never ending panorama of granite peaks, bottomless teal lakes and glaciers. Our supernatural adventure revolves around incredible forest trails, surreal picnic spots and nights of camaraderie in the refugios (mountain huts) along the W Trek. Feel the pure power of the elements, deep wilderness and the vertical demands of Chile’s famed hiking route.

Hike Patagonia’s Famed W Trek

Sleep in the World’s First Geodesic Dome Hotel

On Magdalena Island, we observe the antics of the knee-high Magellanic penguin rookery. We also spend a day tracking pumas and learning about their behavior, habitat and resilience. At a working sheep station we have an authentic Patagonian BBQ, sheep-shearing lesson and demonstration by the sheepdogs. We can expect a cozy, rejuvenating experience in the suite domes at Patagonia EcoCamp with opportunities to stretch our minds and body through meditation and yoga sessions.

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Trip of a lifetime with a fabulous group of women that I was privileged to meet and share it with. We laughed so hard. I feel very fortunate.”

Melissa B.

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  • Day 2

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  • Day 3

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  • Day 4

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  • Day 6

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  • Day 7

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  • Day 8

    Estancia Dos Elianas

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  • Day 9

    Adios Patagonia

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Take a Deeper Dive

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What’s Included

  • checkmark icon Awesome English-speaking female guide(s)
  • checkmark icon Two nights at Hotel Almasur in Punta Arenas, four nights’ shared accommodations in EcoCamp Patagonia Suite Domes (two women per dome with ensuite, wood stove) and two nights in shared dorms (bunk beds) or two nights camping (depending on availability) at the refugios on the W Trek
  • checkmark icon Single supplement is offered for Days 1 and 8 only
  • checkmark icon All decadent meals from dinner on Day 1 to breakfast on Day 9
  • checkmark icon All ground transportation
  • checkmark icon Female porters to assist with the W Trek portion of the trip
  • checkmark icon One 20 L dry bag for use during the W Trek
  • checkmark icon Hiking sticks are available for free at the lodge, but we strongly recommend you bring your own set of lightweight hiking poles as the provided sticks are truly that—wooden sticks, not poles (rentals are available in Punta Natales en route to the EcoCamp)
  • checkmark icon Magdalena Island Penguin Tour (entry to penguin reserve and boat)
  • checkmark icon Grey Glacier Boat Tour (one hour)
  • checkmark icon Estancia Dos Elianas experience
Please Note:

There is no electricity, cell reception or WiFi access in the EcoCamp domes (WiFi is available but not reliable in the refugios)

All applicable taxes are included in the trip price.

Itineraries may be subject to change without notice due to weather and other environmental conditions. Please review our Booking Terms.

Trip Details

Know Before You Go

Click HERE for all of the logistical details you’ll need to know prior to departure—including the packing list, arrival and departure details and suggested tipping information.

This trip starts in Punta Arenas, Chile (airport code: PUQ) and finishes in Punta Arenas, Chile (airport code: PUQ).

Repacking for the W Trek

Our guide will provide each of us with a 20L dry bag which our porters will carry over the course of the three day trek. Don’t worry, there will be instruction and discussion on what to pack for this leg of the trip. We will also be carrying a daypack for immediate essentials during the hike (rain jacket, gloves, hat, sunglasses, boxed lunch, water). Luggage not required during the trek will be safely secured at Patagonia EcoCamp.

Please note: the porters walk ahead of our group, so we won’t have access to any items we pack in our dry bags until we reach the refugio.

The Wild Women Way

If you’re wondering how we roll, it’s together. The Wild Women Way is our modus operandi, our mantra and our rock solid foundation. You can learn more about our Wild Ways HERE.

How We Support You

Ready for a big adventure? We’re in it together. On this trip, we hike many hours a day for multiple days and reach impressive altitudes. Yes, it’s a challenge, but you’re never alone. Like thousands of women before you, you’ll draw on strength you didn’t know you had and come out feeling like the goddess you are.

Like all our trips, this trip can be scaled to suit different abilities and comfort levels. If you have concerns or reservations about your ability to complete or enjoy this trip due to any physical or medical reasons, please contact us and let’s talk about it.

What the Trip Entails

This is an active hiking adventure. We would like you to be comfortable with the following:

  • checkmark icon Hiking over rough and uneven terrain for 6–9 hours, covering distances of 7.4–15.5 miles (12–25 km) and hiking uphill to elevations of 3,000 feet (914 m)
  • checkmark icon Be prepared for strenuous physical activity and unpredictable weather
  • checkmark icon Be able to trek with a 20 L daypack 
  • checkmark icon Sharing space in co-ed refugios (mountain huts), or tent camping, depending on availability
  • checkmark icon Sleeping in dorm rooms (in bunk beds)  
  • checkmark icon Being in a boat in open, choppy waters
  • checkmark icon Physical Rating: Challenging (Serious fitness level required. Trips are the most physically challenging with approximately 5 to 10 hours of physical activity each day. These trips require a high degree of fitness and even if you exercise regularly, they typically will require more specific conditioning and a specialized training routine depending on the trip.)
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