Explore the most popular trails in De Magallanes y Antartica Chilena with hand-curated trail maps and driving directions as well as detailed reviews and photos from hikers, campers and nature lovers like you.

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Such an incredible hike! Did this unguided and solo for New Years Eve 2018! Highly recommend!

Bucket list item complete!

beware of massive winds at the top but overall if you moderate your pace, this trail isn’t too hard. it’s just a bit on the long side.

Wonderful Track✨

OMG✨The Dream✨

Amazing.

Soak in the hot tub at Cuernos if possible!!

Went while it was raining and it was just amazing.

no. words. mind. blown. did it with wildland trekking. recommend hiking from east to west, as the scenery and refugios get progressively better— from base of towers to french valley to grey glacier (with cuernos refugio being my least favorite). layers are your best friend as you’re constantly layering/de-layering to adjust to the weather conditions. i want to go back already.

Amazing experience. Went early October to avoid the crowds. We had 3 days of beautiful weather and one day of cold and snowy. This trail takes you through varying terrains and weather conditions which makes each day exciting. We stayed at the Refugios during our trek and the chance to take a shower and grab a cold beer each night made the experience even more enjoyable.

Beautiful views with diverse terrain. Highly recommend early October when the park is less crowded.

1 month ago

exciting view

If I had the time and money I would do this hike tomorrow!

Amazing place to visit! You will never forget

One of the best multiday hikes we did (group of three). The vistas are very rewarding and the colours are breathtaking. We were quite unlucky with the weather: heavy rain and fog almost every day. The second day, my husband lost his boots when we crossed one of the rivers that was running at high levels and very furious. The water level was quite high (well above my knees) so we had to cross it barefoot. His boots weren't properly secured on the heavy backpack and .... they were gone! We had duct tape so we transformed a pair of sleepers into hiking boots and made it to the refugio. Appart from this incident, we had a wonderful time in the national park. Many flowers, rainbows, chauras (we nibbled on them all the time), birds, glaciers and nice hikers. We were lucky that we could buy a pair of old hiking boots so we could continue our trail.

2 months ago

Wow. Amazing hike that is well worth the effort

Incredible!!! Probably the best trail i have ever done :)

I would like to go back one day and do the 0 trail (10 days) in this mesmerising place!

If you are planning on camping with your tent (as i think is the best way to so this trail), make sure that your tent is fully waterproof. Good equipment is needed.

It has unique views. The Andes are extremely picturesque. However, it is a hard hike . Must carry hiking poles and proper shoes. I did get a swollen knee on my way down (I was a bit careless and didnt use poles - sigh). My favourite was the one to Lago Grey. The view of glacier from all the angles is simply spectacular.I would not do this again though. Andes were cool but Rockies are my favourite!

Must Do .. Walking round and gaining a view of the Moreno Glacier is a great experience and the trail is very well laid out .. However, if you make the trip all the way down, highly recommend to complete the trek onto the glacier .. an amazing life experience.

backpacking
5 months ago

Did this trek two years ago as my first big trip. It was absolutely amazing! The “O” is so much better than just the “W”. The views of glacier grey from the pass will forever be ingrained in my mind. I hope to do it again some day!

Spectacular scenery made all the more memorable by the effort it took to get yo see it! I consider this to be one of the greatest gifts I ever have myself!

My favorite hike

Great views. Good structure in the shelters. One of the best hikings i ever did.

Incredible hike! Great views the entire way. Best to start early to avoid crowds!

Made the O circuit, this is part of it, exciting tour, moderate difficult.

A bucket list hike! Trail was fairly easy up until the final ascent, but the view can't be beat. Pics online of the Torres were what prompted my trip to Patagonia. The final climb is long and steep over many rocks and boulders. It was dry the day I did it, so manageable. Would be so much harder if the rocks were wet. It was very crowded on the way down...like fighting against a highway of people where you're going in the opposite direction. Loved it!

Great hike. Just windy and wet most of the time. The views are wonderful.

I went during February when it was the summertime in Patagonia. There were few parking spots so one has to show early but the trail and view of the glacier is a step away from the parking lot. The trail is on metal walkways and you can't get to close because there is ice constantly falling. It was incredible to see so much ice that extends so far back. The glacier's wind was absolutely cold, even during the summer. The glacier lake that it feeds is a stunning site to just sit down and witness all day. It is a life-changing experience to see Perito Moreno.

Great hike! Lots of good views of the river along the way. For reference I’d say it’s equally as tough as the hike to Mt. Fitz Roy in El Chaltén.

backpacking
9 months ago

Did this trail a year ago. I definelty recommend it over the W trail. The views you get off glacier grey are mesmerizing.

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