Located in the southern end of South America spanning across Chile and Argentina, this region was discovered by Ferdinand Magellan in 1520, and since then has been a wild, mysterious and unconquerable land. Residing next to the third largest ice cap in the world, you will encounter glaciers, alpine lakes, magnificent granite mountains, rivers and fjords. You will experience some of the last uncharted landscapes in the world and eat and sip tea with the natives and other trekkers. Major treks in the National Parks are well kept up and well marked, but not without physical challenge. Trails range from a nice walk in the park to long climbs up and down. You will come across large tree roots that stop you in your tracks and require balance and stability as you find your way over them. Bolder climbs demand agility and strong ankles while steep ladder climbs call for full body strength as well as a bit of bravery! At night you may set up camp and sleep in the great outdoors or stay in refugios (lodges).
Get in the shape of your life to trek around Torres del Paine National Park and into Mount Fitz Roy National Park of Patagonia. Be fit in both mind and body!
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