O Trek Circuit

8 Days / 7 Nights

per person CLP$ 875 000 :: USD$ 1 750


Get to know Torres del Paine completely by doing the O Circuit with GreatChile, our official tour operator in Torres del Paine.


These are the highlights you will see on your tour

Dickson Refuge and Camping

Dickson Refuge and Camping

Los Perros Glacier

Los Perros Glacier

John Gardner Pass

John Gardner Pass

Las Torres Base

Las Torres Base


Technical information

Kind of tripCrossing
CoordinatesS50º 57.968′ W72º 52.011′
Distance71 km aprox
Maximum altitude1201m
Duration8 Days

Together with GreatChile, our official tour operator in Torres del Paine, we will travel together for 6 or 8 days about 70 kms of intense trekking. You can choose to sleep in the comfortable refuges if you want to meet and share with other tourists, or if you are an adventurous tomo y lomo, stay in the campsites under the starry mantle of Patagonia.

Before leaving you must take into account your luggage: the best thing to do is to walk with a comfortable and light backpack, with only what is necessary for the long walks during the 6 or 8 days. Once here, let yourself be carried away by the adventurous spirit that is breathed in Torres del Paine and get ready to know the Eighth Wonder of the World like never before.

If we talk about basic equipment for months like July, August or September we recommend the following:

  • 50-70l backpack
  • Campaign
  • Winter sleeping bag
  • Inflatable mattress
  • Camping gas and accessories (razor, etc)
  • First-aid kit
  • Several T-shirts, one pair of socks per day, underwear
  • Two long pants
  • Goretex fleece and raincoat if possible
  • A primaloft or feathers for cold. At night the temperature drops quite a bit
  • Cap, the head should always be warm
  • Gloves if you don’t go in summer
  • High cane boots, although it is possible to do it with trial shoes prepared for water but we do not recommend them
  • Travel poles
  • Sunglasses
  • Sun cream and a small first aid kit, where ibuprofen cannot be missing
  • Need with the minimum (sunscreen, etc)
  • GPS and flashlight with batteries for several days


Circuit O Available November 2022 to March 2023

Circuit in Camping

  • Price per person: $970,000 clp (Camping for 1 person)
  • Pricce per person: $875,000 clp (Camping for 2 people)

Circuit in Refuge

  • Price per person: $1,150,000 clp per person.


✓ Self Guided Program

✓ 8 days/7 nights

✓ Start Day: 1st and 3rd Tuesday of each month

✓ Start Place: Puerto Natales Road

✓ Spaces available for a group outing of 6 people (mixed shared room).


✓ Self-Guided Program

✓ 8 days/7 nights

✓ Start Day: Depending on availability.

✓ Start Place: Puerto Natales Rodoviario Station


✓ 7 nights of accommodation in a shelter or camping full equipment

✓ Tickets to Torres del Paine National Park.

✓ Transportation by regular bus from Puerto Natales to Torres del Paine round trip.

✓ All meals (breakfast, box lunch and dinner). Includes box lunch for the first and last day. * The place of accommodation for the 5th night will be in the French or Cuernos sector, depending on availability at the time of booking. Note: Due to sanitary requirements there will be no food service in the Dogs Sector, therefore, this program DOES NOT INCLUDE any type of food in this sector, so it is recommended to bring everything you need to eat on the day that corresponds to spend the night in the Sector Dogs, together with their kitchen utensils (plate; cutlery; glass/pan; stove; gas). In Sector Perros there is a Minimarket, where you can find everything you need to cook in case you want to prepare your own food, including basic groceries, beverages, chocolates, energy bars and cookies, among others.


✓ Guide in self-guided program

✓ Services not indicated in the program

✓ Stay in Puerto Natales

✓ Excursions or additional activities

✓ Medical or travel insurance

✓ Drinks and water for the journeys

✓ Food in the Dog sector


✓ Day 1: Transportation to Torres del Paine, walk and lodging in Sector Serón.
✓ Day 2: Trekking to Dickson, lodging in Sector Dickson.
✓ Day 3: Trekking to Los Perros, lodging in Los Perros Sector.
✓ Day 4: Trekking to Paso John Gardner and Lago Grey, lodging in Sector Gray.
✓ Day 5: Trekking to Paine Grande, lodging in Paine Grande Sector.
✓ Day 6: Trekking to Valle del Francés, lodging in Sector Francés or Cuernos.
✓ Day 7: Trekking to Central Sector, lodging in Central Sector.
✓ Day 8: Trekking to Base Torres, return to Puerto Natales.


RESTRICTIONS AND RECOMMENDATIONS This program is not recommended for children under 10 years of age. Passengers must be able to carry their personal belongings for the duration of the program. We recommend the use of 40 liter backpacks. We offer custody in Puerto Natales for those who wish to leave their luggage. CANCELLATION POLICIES Up to 45 days before check-in, a full refund of the amount paid will be made. Less than 45 days before check-in, there will be no refund. No show/No Presentation: no refund. Changes of date allowed according to availability (covid-19) IMPORTANT: The bank expenses originated by the deposits or transfers both from the issuing country of the transfer and from the receiving bank of the same, are the responsibility of the transfer issuer. TorresdelPaine.com, nor GreatChile.com are not responsible for them. The cost of entrance fees to Torres del Paine National Park included in the Hotel las Torres and Trekking Circuits programs: - Due to the entrance to Torres del Paine National Park must be compared with the personal data of each passenger to an external body, as is the CONAF (National Forestry Corporation), the cost of tickets is non-refundable. - Tickets to the National Park are not transferable. Recommendations for Hiking Base Las Torres and Covid -19 Protocols Bring extra clothes inside the dry bag (socks, first layer, quick-drying pants). Use of backpacks to transport food and the aforementioned elements. (One backpack per passenger with a minimum capacity of 15 liters is recommended). Inform physical condition at the time of carrying out the activity (recent fractures or injuries, allergies, recent or ongoing medical treatments, drug dependence, etc.). Mandatory use of mask. Temperature control. Mandatory use of Alcohol gel. Social distance inside the vehicle and when trekking inside the park. Vehicle disinfection before and after each excursion.

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