EcoCamp in Torres del Paine National Park. Geodesic Domes
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7-day W Trekking with EcoCamp in Torres del Paine

An awesome 7-day expedition trekking with base in Eco Camp Torres del Paine
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7-day W Trekking with EcoCamp in Torres del Paine


The famous W Trekking in Torres del Paine, in a week program with base in EcoCamp!

Be amazed by the incredible shapes of the mountains, the deep blue glaciers, and the awe-inspiring beautiful forests of Torres del Paine National Park on this shorter version of the world-famous W Trek, combined with the comfort of EcoCamp. For a shorter options, check our 5-day W trekk

This program includes 2 nights of accommodation outside EcoCamp at Camping Paine Grande, so at EcoCamp Patagonia you will spend nights 1, 4, 5 and 6

EcoCamp Patagonia Suite Dome
(Heating and private bathroom, 28m²/300ft²)
The Suite Domes were created to offer the highest level of comfort allowed while maintaining EcoCamp Patagonia’s sustainable concept. The domes feature comfortable double or twin beds, wood-burning heating, and a private bathroom with a composting toilet. Travelers can admire the stars from bed after enjoying a spectacular sunset on their private terrace.

EcoCamp Patagonia Loft Suite Dome
(2 floors, heating and private bathroom, 37m²/398ft²)
These two-story domes can accommodate up to four people and feature double or twin beds on the first and second floors. They are designed for families or groups of friends and include wood-burning heating, a private terrace, and a private bathroom with a composting toilet.

EcoCamp Patagonia Superior Dome
(Heating and private bathroom, 23m²/250ft²)
Comfortable, spacious, and with private bathrooms, the Superior Domes are an excellent option for adventurers seeking a bit more space and comfort than our cozy Standard domes after a day of hiking in the park. The domes feature propane gas heating and a private bathroom with a composting toilet.

EcoCamp Patagonia Standard Dome
(Shared bathrooms, no heating or electricity, 10m²/108ft²)
EcoCamp’s Standard Domes were the first rooms of their kind in the world. They are resistant to the strong winds of Patagonia, rain, and snow, and feature two single beds or one double bed, very comfortable wool blankets, down comforters, and organic decorative elements. There are circular windows for stargazing at night. Standard Domes feature spacious and comfortable shared bathrooms (separated by gender).


EcoCamp in Torres del Paine National Park. Geodesic Domes


Starting the adventure

In the morning, you will be picked up from the airport or your hotel in Punta Arenas and driven to EcoCamp Patagonia, located in the world-famous Torres del Paine National Park (check our weekly transfer menu for schedules to and from EcoCamp).

Along the way, we will make a stop in Puerto Natales, a small and vibrant town on the shores of the Last Hope Sound, where we will enjoy a comforting lunch of local cuisine. The journey is highly scenic, with plenty of wildlife and breathtaking Patagonian landscapes. The day ends with our arrival and stay at EcoCamp Patagonia, nestled in the heart of Torres del Paine National Park with a close-up view of the majestic Towers.

Accommodation at EcoCamp Patagonia.

EcoCamp in Torres del Paine National Park. Geodesic Domes


Trekking to Los Cuernos del Paine

We begin our Patagonian adventure with a pleasant hike along the Los Cuernos trail, which will take us towards the beautiful Nordenskjöld Lake. During this warm-up hike, we will have the opportunity to admire the exquisite flora and fauna and take in the views of the slate peaks shaped like horns nestled in the granite of the Paine Massif. The trek ends at Refugio Los Cuernos, a small and cozy mountain refuge located on the shores of Nordenskjöld Lake. Alternatively, the trek can end at Domo el Francés, located between the Cuernos and Italiano campsites, with an incredible view of Nordenskjöld Lake. The afternoon is free for you to enjoy.

Accommodation at Camping Cuernos or Camping El Francés. (subject to availability)




EcoCamp in Torres del Paine National Park. Geodesic Domes


Valle del Frances (French Valley)

After breakfast, we will drive to Pudeto dock where we will board the catamaran to Pehoé. From here, we will begin the challenging trek to Valle Francés, along a steep trail that will lead us to the very heart of the famous French Valley. How far we go will depend on the walking pace of the group. A brisk walk will take us to the hanging bridge over the French River, located at the foot of the southeast face of the massif, where we will be rewarded with fantastic views of the valley. We will continue ascending to the upper section of the valley where we can admire the extensive mass of geological formations of the valley: Hoja, Máscara, Espada, Catedral, Aleta de Tiburón, and the magnificent Fortaleza. After our uphill trek, we will stop for a picnic lunch and a moment of relaxation. The day’s hike will end with a descent through undulating grasslands and bright forests as we are guided to Refugio Paine Grande.

Please note: The excursion to Valle Francés varies throughout the season, depending on the catamaran connection between Pudeto and Refugio Paine Grande.

Between October 1st and April 30th, the navigation only operates once a day, so the trek itinerary will depend on the walking pace of the passengers. (Between November 1st and March 31st, the excursion operates regularly).

Accommodation at Camping Paine Grande.

EcoCamp in Torres del Paine National Park. Geodesic Domes


Grey Glacier

Today we will hike from Refugio Paine Grande along the shores of Lake Pehoé to the north side of Lake Grey. We will enjoy a picnic lunch before boarding the boat that will sail to the enormous and crystal-clear facade of Grey Glacier. From the southern end of Lake Grey, we will transfer to EcoCamp. Due to the unpredictable weather of the region, navigation across the lake may occasionally be canceled, also if the minimum of 15 passengers is not reached. If this is the case, we will alternatively hike to the viewpoint to enjoy the beautiful panoramic views of Grey Glacier. After this, it’s time to return walking to Refugio Paine Grande and take the catamaran to the dock, where we will be picked up and driven to EcoCamp.

Accommodation at EcoCamp Patagonia.

EcoCamp in Torres del Paine National Park. Geodesic Domes


Trekk to Base de las Torres

The aim of our fifth day is to complete the most famous trail in Torres del Paine National Park! Today, we will hike from EcoCamp to Hostería Las Torres before ascending the Ascencio Valley on the east face of the Towers. Mountain ranges, lenga forests, and small rivers line the picturesque hike into the valley. Our main challenge is the steep moraine, a massive mass of rocks leading to the iconic base of the Towers, the three giant granite monoliths that remain as part of a large glacial cirque torn apart by glacial ice. After a strenuous ascent, the Towers will eventually come into full view, rising majestically before us with the glacial lake at their feet. Is there a better place in the world to have lunch? After feasting our eyes, we will hike back along the same trail through the Ascencio Valley and return to EcoCamp for a well-deserved dinner.

Accommodation at EcoCamp Patagonia.

EcoCamp in Torres del Paine National Park. Geodesic Domes


Eastern Lakes

The sixth day will consist of a less demanding trail to counteract the exhausting efforts of the previous day. After breakfast, we will take a leisurely car ride to Laguna Azul, home to many wild guanacos and ñandús. We will occasionally pause to admire the views of the Patagonian steppe and the Towers from a different perspective. Once at Laguna Azul, we will hike to a viewpoint where we will have a beautiful view of the lagoon and the granite towers. After lunch, we will drive to the northern shore of Lake Sarmiento where the Fauna Trail begins. As we walk northward, we may spot an impressive variety of Patagonian wildlife on the vast plains and perhaps even a puma footprint! We will pass by the beautiful Laguna Goic and, after approximately 5 km of relaxed hiking, we will reach the Laguna Amarga ranger station where we will be picked up and taken back to EcoCamp to celebrate our farewell dinner.

Accommodation at EcoCamp Patagonia.

EcoCamp in Torres del Paine National Park. Geodesic Domes


Good bye Torres del Paine NP

In the early morning, we will board a vehicle, sit back, and relax as we enjoy the scenic journey back to Puerto Natales or Punta Arenas, in time to catch afternoon onward flights. Alternatively, it’s also possible to arrange transportation to El Calafate.

We can customize the design of this itinerary and all destinations in Chile and Argentina. You choose the preferred accommodation category standard, travel dates, and the amount of time to spend in different places along the way. With advance planning, we can match a specific expert guide to your group’s interests.

What is Included

  • Local transportation
  • Navigation at Lake Grey and Pehoe
  • Entrance to Torres del Paine National Park
  • English speaking guide (expecialized guide)
  • 4 nights of accommodation at EcoCamp
  • 1 night of accommdoation at Camping Paine Grande, and 1 night of camping in Los Cuernos or El Frances
  • Sleeping bag and sleeping pad
  • Breakfast, lunches, dinners
  • Transfers in/out from El Calafate (bus tickets and transfers from bus station)
  • Luggage transport within the park: During the trek, you will only carry your daypack
  • Air tickets
  • Insurance
  • Tips
  • Drinks


The tour starts every mondays from October to April

This is the right trip for energetic individuals who enjoy staying active, have a spirit of adventure, and a positive attitude. During this trek, you will walk a total of 61km/38mi. On the map, in the itinerary section, click on the walking person icon to get day-by-day information.

To fully enjoy this hike, it is essential to be fit before arrival. It is not advisable to consider this trek as a means to get fit or lose excess weight. Start a conditioning program well before departure.

Maximum 6 passengers, one guided asigned each 6 passengers

Those aged 13 and over are welcome on this trip and are considered adults.
Children between 10 and 12 years old may be accepted on this program if their legal guardian sends a formal letter indicating that the child is ready for such an intense trekking trip and authorizes hiring a private guide in case the child cannot perform well during the hike.
Children under 10 years old cannot participate in this trip.
This trip does not offer a special discount for children


A daypack (30 liters – to carry a camera, lenses, raincoat, etc.)
Trekking or hiking boots.
Additional shoes for evenings or in case the others get wet
Waterproof jacket
2 pairs of wool socks
Fleece jacket or sweater
Shorts or comfortable loose pants
Sun protection (sunglasses, hat, lip balm, and sunscreen)
Optional Capilene underwear for the upper and lower body.
Cash to purchase additional drinks, snacks, or souvenirs in Torres del Paine National Park.


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