Torres del Paine National Park
The Natural Treasure of Chile belongs to the Sistema Nacional de Áreas Silvestres Protegidas del Estado de Chile (National System of Protected Forested Areas of Chile) and Torres del Paine National Park is part of it.
The Paine Massif is a striking mountain group with magnificent peaks where the flora and fauna are strongly protected. The landscape in Torres del Paine is dominated by the huge Paine Massif, also known as the Cordillera del Paine. Despite being part of the Andes mountains officially, the Paine massif is an independent mountain formation with its own unique characteristics. The Torres del Paine are the distinctive three granite peaks extended up to 2,600 meters above sea level.
The park was established on 13th May, 1959 in Chile’s southernmost and largest region, Magellan and Chilean Antarctica in a small town called Torres del Paine in the Province Última Esperanza. It is located 150 km north of Puerto Natales and 400 km north of Punta Arenas and more than 2500 km south the capital city of Chile, Santiago.
-Circuits or Loop Hikes
-Sailing through Grey Glacier
-Sail and Kayak
-Climbing and Mountain