The Southern Ice Field is a large expanse of ice with 49 glaciers, among which we find the O’Higgins and Pio XI Glaciers in the Bernardo O’Higgins National Park, and the Tyndall, Grey, and Montt Glaciers, which you can observe in the Torres del Paine National Park. Trekking through the park’s icy, white paths and climbing its rugged hills will test your abilities.
Allow the peacefulness of the frozen mountains to enter your spirit and gaze over an unmatchable postcard worthy landscape created by the sun shining on its glaciers. The hardy flora of its surroundings, the lenga forests and cold steppes creating blotches of color in the eternally white landscape will bring a smile to your face.
Do you like a good challenge? Mount Fitz Roy is one of the most-difficult mountains to climb in the world due to its imposing crests and edges that seem to touch the sky. Dare to try your luck if you are a professional athlete, or simply marvel at the range of colors displayed on its faces, depending on the position of the sun.
Discover more of the eternal ice of Chilean Patagonia in the Northern Ice Field.
* Reference from airports in Santiago (SCL)