Experience what Lonely Planet calls "the best trek in Patagonia" at the far reaches of the South American continent. Walk through the Dientes de Navarino massif, trek along rural roads through and alongside forests, peat bogs, valleys, ponds, lakes and rivers. Pause at the hike’s summit to take in the stunning views of the Beagle Channel, Nassau Bay, the Wollaston archipelago, the mythical archipelago of Cape Horn and the cities of Puerto Williams and Ushuaia.
Errante is an ecological refuge at the end of the world. Built by its owners' hands, this small and charming lodge has great views to the Beagle Channel.Camping (Nights 2, 3 & 4)
During the trek we will camp in places suitable to spend the night.
*Note: Please be aware you will have to carry your own backpack, daily snack, mat and sleeping bag.
Regular departures are available on the Book Now section. Alternative dates can be requested to our sales team.
The trip starts and ends at Punta Arenas Airport*
* This trip can also start in Ushuaia if requested
This trip is suitable for skilled trekkers in excellent physical condition. The trek passes through uneven terrain and high water marks: 100 – 800 – 515 – 700 – 510 – 575 – 420 – 830 – 0 meters above sea level.
Due to rough weather conditions, the level of difficulty could increase as there is no forest protection.
* This trip is not available for children under 12 years old.
Minimum: 2 people; maximum: 8 people
The climate of Puerto Williams is a temperate, sub-polar oceanic climate. The summers are short and cool while the winters are long and wet, but moderate. Rainfall is around 512.3 mm (20 inches) a year and temperatures are steady throughout the year. Snowfall can occur in summer. Regions in the world with similar climates to southern Tierra del Fuego include the Alexander Archipelago around Sitka in Alaska, Scotland and the coast of Norway.
Once you book the trip, we will send you a pre-trip information booklet with detailed information about your trip with us.
We reserve the right to change the order of the days in any itinerary at the discretion of the trip guide and based upon operational considerations. The trip guide can modify, change or eliminate part of the itinerary based on these.