Private transportation will be provided from your hotel/hostel to the shores of Grey Lake, located in Torres del Paine National Park. The journey will carry you 67 Mi north or Puerto Natales via the new road, which provides southern access to the park.
While enjoying the view of Paine Grande and Glacier Grey, our guide will give a brief explanation of safety and instructions for paddling efficiently. You will navigate the lake for approximately 1.5 hours, all the while paddling through floes of ice that have descended from Glacier Grey. These icebergs are scattered throughout the lake and are sculpted into incredible shapes by the wind and sun, before being pushed to the shores of the lake.
During the entire navigation, we will have an amazing view of the magnificent Paine Massif; including Paine Grande, the Cordillera Olguin, and Los Cuernos (The Horns of Paine). These mountains, together with the multiple tones of turquoise water, make for a perfect contrast with the enormous walls of granite and sedimentary rock.
After paddling in Grey Lake, we will begin the descent of Grey River. The river serpents through deep canyons with steep rock faces, creating sections of rapids that are exciting and entertaining. We will have the opportunity to appreciate many different species of aquatic birds that inhabit the river, including the peculiar Pato Anteojillo (Spectacled Duck) and Pato Cortacorrientes (Torrent duck).
We will continue to paddle next to the Paine Massif for 15 Mi, the length of Grey River until it joins with the turquoise water of the Serrano River. After paddling for 3 – 4 hours, the adventure comes to an end at Serrano Village.
Private transportation is provided for your return to Puerto Natales.
(Lunch and Snacks included)
* Wind is a very normal factor in Patagonia, if you choose to do this trip, you have to consider that paddling with wind may be a possibllity.
* If the wind is too strong, it will not be possible to enter to the Iceberg Zone. If this is the case, we will only paddle the whole Grey River (which is sheltered from wind)
4 - 5 Hours