Walking through the southernmost path in the world is much more than a physical trial, is in fact a challenge to all your senses. Magellanic clouds, strong wind, snow and ice will follow you in every step. It is essencial to be prepared to allow you to enjoy and be inmerse in this unique nature. A journey through the purest ecosystems in the world, listening the silence of the wind and the breath of the mountains. An invitation to rediscover the zero point.
Day 1 – Guests are met on their arrival at the airport, the pier or the city hall, depending on their arrival route, then transferred to Errante, to check-in and have a welcome lunch or dinner. We will have a planning meeting with the guide and do a detailed equipment check.
Day 2 – After enjoy breakfast at the ecolodge, we will be drive to the water intake of Rio Róbalo where the Circuit begin to start trekking at 9.30. First we cross the woods, climbing up to about 600 mts high, until we get to the top where waves a big Chilean flag and we can enjoy the panoramic view of the town, the Beagle Channel and Tierra del Fuego. Then we continue following the timberline of the Róbalo valley until we reach Laguna del Salto and set camp.
Day 3 – After breakfast and striking camp, we start trekking at 9.00. We continue following the path to Australia Pass, surrounding the Dientes Massif until, we can appreciate the South of the island: Lake and Bay Windhond, with the Wollaston islands behind, in the northern part of Cape Horn archi- pelago. An intense moment where you literally see the end of the World. Then we will walk until we reach an appropriate camping place between Laguna de los Dientes and Laguna Escondida, around 19.00.
Day 4 - After breakfast and striking camp, we start trekking at 9.00. The path will lead us through a fairytale landscape, between lagoons and forest with the Dientes mountain range as a backdrop. We will continue until we reach Ventarrón pass and Guerrico pass, climbing around 700mts high, approaching the beautiful Guerrico valley. We will stop to have lunch around 13.00 and then keep going until we find a good camping spot between Laguna Martillo and Laguna Zeta around 19.00.
Day 5 - After breakfast and striking camp, we start trekking at 9.00. We begin the last ascent of the circuit to Virginia pass, the highest point of the trek at 844 mts high, at the top, an amazing view of the Beagle channel and Tierra del Fuego mountains will surprise us again. We descend surrounding Laguna Guanaco and following the trail until we reach the forest again where we will stop to have lunch around 13.00. After the break we continue descending until we reach the MacLean fishery, an abandoned building along the side of the road, about 2 km off the ecolodge, to finally get back to the refuge around 18.00 to relax and share a farewell dinner.
Day 6 – Breakfast at the ecolodge, check out and transportation to the airport, pier or city hall.More...
- Difficulty : Strenuous.
- Equipment : Recommend equipment for low tempetures.
- Important : Recommend travel insurance.
- Notice : Does not include air tickets.
- Rental service if required (extra fee).
- Personal trekking equipment: Gaiters, backpacks, walking sticks, sleeping bags, liners, sleeping pads.
- Group trekking equipment: tents, campstove, cooking utensils, cutlery.
- Porters 1 every 4 people (extra fee if the group requires more than one).
- Guide (English - Español).
- Breakfast, Trail snacks/box lunch, and dinner.
- Transportation to the start of the circuit and Puerto Williams depending on the activities on the extra day.
- 2-3 nights in the Ecolodge + 3-4 nights camping on the trekking circuit.
The program starts at 9:30 from the ecolodge.
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