Description

A perfect combination of all the minitrekking that Torres del Paine National Park offers

Trekking Paine Viewpoints is the trek you were looking for, it is the perfect combination of all the minitrekking that Torres del Paine National Park offers to minitrekking lovers who want to see as many points of interest or photographic viewpoints as possible.

You will discover the messages left by the Cave Paintings in the minitrekk that connects the Laguna Amarga goal with that of Sarmiento, in this place there is a great possibility of spotting pumas and guanacos during the two hours of duration.

The best places to photograph in Torres del Paine National Park

Unmissable postcards in Cascada Paine and Azúl Lagoon, one of the best places to photograph the three Granite Towers that give the National Park its name. In this place we will have time to have lunch and rest for a moment to continue with the minitrekk viewpoints of Paine.

Contemplate the best views at the Nordenskjöld and Salto Grande viewpoints, where you will get very good views of the massif and the horns, and then begin the minitrek that will take us for almost two hours to the Paine Horns viewpoint.

You will get the best views from the Torres del Paine National Park viewpoints. According to many photography lovers, one of the best places to take the best photo of the Paine mountain range is from the Cóndor viewpoint. A minitrekk that you will not forget when you live this experience that you cannot stop doing.

Detail

Included
Shared transfers from Puerto Natales
Certified bilingual guide
Trekking sticks

Not included
Tips
Food
Torres del Paine National Park ticket
Services not mentioned
Accident insurance

FAQ

Is the Trekking Paine Viewpoints suitable for everyone?

If you like to walk and see only the main points of interest, this is your activity, it is not necessary to have a special physical preparation, because the minitrekk have a short duration and inclination, except for the condor viewpoint that has a distance of 2.4 kilometers and a drop of 226 meters for which it is considered an easy route. However, it is not recommended for pregnant women and people with knee and/or spinal problems. In addition, the minimum age requirement of 13 years.

What to bring on the Full Day Trekking Paine Viewpoints?

Waterproof hiking shoes, sunglasses, sunscreen, water, hat for the sun, hat and gloves for the cold, short-sleeved and long-sleeved shirts, fleece-type warm clothing and waterproof jacket and pants, and of course a camera.

Are Trekking Paine Viewpoints and Full Day Torres del Paine the same?

It is definitely not the same, Full Day Torres del Paine is a panoramic excursion on a vehicle that runs through the National Park, making stops at the main tourist points with the minimum necessary walks due to the limited time to go all the way around to the Serrano gate.

Miradores del Paine, on the other hand, performs minitrekking in the main viewpoints that allow you to have more time in them complemented. If you are an active person who enjoys walking and taking good pictures, Paine Viewpoints is your best option.

If, on the other hand, you prefer to walk as little as possible and enjoy the views from the shelter of the vehicle, we advise you to do the Full Day Torres del Paine.

Conditions

Check the contracting terms of the Trekking Paine Viewpoints tour.

Trekking Paine Viewpoints

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Description

A perfect combination of all the minitrekking that Torres del Paine National Park offers

Trekking Paine Viewpoints is the trek you were looking for, it is the perfect combination of all the minitrekking that Torres del Paine National Park offers to minitrekking lovers who want to see as many points of interest or photographic viewpoints as possible.

You will discover the messages left by the Cave Paintings in the minitrekk that connects the Laguna Amarga goal with that of Sarmiento, in this place there is a great possibility of spotting pumas and guanacos during the two hours of duration.

The best places to photograph in Torres del Paine National Park

Unmissable postcards in Cascada Paine and Azúl Lagoon, one of the best places to photograph the three Granite Towers that give the National Park its name. In this place we will have time to have lunch and rest for a moment to continue with the minitrekk viewpoints of Paine.

Contemplate the best views at the Nordenskjöld and Salto Grande viewpoints, where you will get very good views of the massif and the horns, and then begin the minitrek that will take us for almost two hours to the Paine Horns viewpoint.

You will get the best views from the Torres del Paine National Park viewpoints. According to many photography lovers, one of the best places to take the best photo of the Paine mountain range is from the Cóndor viewpoint. A minitrekk that you will not forget when you live this experience that you cannot stop doing.

Detail

Included
Shared transfers from Puerto Natales
Certified bilingual guide
Trekking sticks

Not included
Tips
Food
Torres del Paine National Park ticket
Services not mentioned
Accident insurance

FAQ

Is the Trekking Paine Viewpoints suitable for everyone?

If you like to walk and see only the main points of interest, this is your activity, it is not necessary to have a special physical preparation, because the minitrekk have a short duration and inclination, except for the condor viewpoint that has a distance of 2.4 kilometers and a drop of 226 meters for which it is considered an easy route. However, it is not recommended for pregnant women and people with knee and/or spinal problems. In addition, the minimum age requirement of 13 years.

What to bring on the Full Day Trekking Paine Viewpoints?

Waterproof hiking shoes, sunglasses, sunscreen, water, hat for the sun, hat and gloves for the cold, short-sleeved and long-sleeved shirts, fleece-type warm clothing and waterproof jacket and pants, and of course a camera.

Are Trekking Paine Viewpoints and Full Day Torres del Paine the same?

It is definitely not the same, Full Day Torres del Paine is a panoramic excursion on a vehicle that runs through the National Park, making stops at the main tourist points with the minimum necessary walks due to the limited time to go all the way around to the Serrano gate.

Miradores del Paine, on the other hand, performs minitrekking in the main viewpoints that allow you to have more time in them complemented. If you are an active person who enjoys walking and taking good pictures, Paine Viewpoints is your best option.

If, on the other hand, you prefer to walk as little as possible and enjoy the views from the shelter of the vehicle, we advise you to do the Full Day Torres del Paine.

Conditions

Check the contracting terms of the Trekking Paine Viewpoints tour.

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