Join us for an unforgettable 10-days of guided trekking through the virgin paradise of Northern Patagonia. Along the way you’ll become intimately acquainted with this region of the Andes, which has only just recently gained the touristic appreciation it deserves. We will enjoy contact with a rich local culture, hiking through pristine temperate rainforests, and marvel at towering granite peaks reminiscent of those of Yosemite. We spend our time in the superlative Cochamó and Puelo River Valleys, using a diverse set of trails including ancient trade routes as well as tracks created in just the past few years in the building of the new park, Tagua Tagua. Our small group will head way off the beaten path through the untamed regions of Chile and do so in style as our daily efforts are rewarded with incredible scenery, fascinating people, cozy accommodation, tasty local cuisine, and delectable Chilean wines. Simply put, you’ve got to see this place!
2023: $3895 per person
All transportation is included from airport on Day 1 to airport on Day 10:
Friendly bilingual guide, with a passion for native flora & fauna as well as and local history & culture. All SYMG guides are professionally trained, hold advanced medical certifications and carry VHF handheld radios in case of emergency. Gratuities are accepted and appreciated for a job well done.
Collectively the SYMG guides and staff have years of experience trekking and traveling throughout Patagonia. National Geographic has named us “Best Outfitter on Earth” and we’re renowned for our unique itineraries, exceptional guides, small groups, and attention to detail. We also work closely with local staff in an effort to support the local economy and to make sure that you get the most out of your trip from start to finish. With SYMG, every Chile trip is the trip of a lifetime and this small-group departure to Patagonia’s most unique and undiscovered regions is one of our best!
This trip rating varies between Moderate-Challenging, based on which activities you choose to partake in. If partaking in all hiking activities, notably within Cochamo, it is rated as challenging, otherwise most of the trip is moderate. This trip is pack horse/porter assisted which means one can expect to hike with a day pack weighing at most 15 pounds (7 kilos) for a maximum of 8.5 miles (14 km) per day over rugged trails with some steep ups and downs.
To ensure the most enjoyable and successful experience out on the trail, we recommend a thorough training plan leading up to your trip, focusing on:
Dottie E, 2018
Russ & Karen S, 2018
Craig B, 2017
Don L, 2015
Charlie W, 2015