Sierra Baguales Trek - 5 Days Exploring Patagonia's Past, Chile

AN EXCLUSIVE 5 DAY /4 NIGHT BACKPACK OUTING UNCOVERING LAGOONS, MILLION YEAR FOSSILS, & UNIQUE FORMATIONS AT PATAGONIA'S BORDER!

Between the border of Argentina and Chile, in the middle of the mountain range sits Sierra Baguales. Located 65 km to the northeast of the Torres del Paine National Park and 134 km from the coastal town of Puerto Natales, this region was once the bottom of the sea for more than 50 million years. Today, trekking this incredible route uncovers marine & plant fossils with more than 50 million years of history. Few places can match the mystical beauty of this isolated mountain range unique of its kind in the country. With its jagged reliefs and vibrant red mountains, any visitor who comes to explore its precious paleontology leaves with amazement. This protected area is a private initiative that seeks to place the important geological and paleontological resources of the area as a central focus of conservation.

Trip Highlights
• Backpack Through Untouched Landscapes & Among the Wild
• See the Red Rocks of the Rodas Lagoon
• Uncover Fossilized Leaves Along Mountain Ridges
• Trek Along Gentle River Shores Discovering Marine Fossils
• Observe Wild Guanacos & Unique Vegetations
• Stay at a Rustic Patagonia Outpost
• Learn About the Geological & Paleontological Histories
• Camp in Patagonia Steppe Under the Vast Southern Skies

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Minimum number of persons: 2
Main activity: Walk