We will pick you up at your accommodation with the vehicle that will leave us at the water intake, the starting point of the Dientes de Navarino trekking circuit.
After an introductory talk on the information panel, we will give you the poles and a snack bag for you to dose during the trek. Remember to bring your own water bottle as this way we avoid the use of disposable plastics, in addition to reducing unnecessary risks due to the spread of viruses and diseases.
We will begin the trekking by immersing ourselves in the southernmost forests on the planet and we will learn to differentiate some southern tree species, as well as other characteristic herbaceous and shrubby ones. We will also be attentive to birds that may come to say hello during the walk. It is a 3.5-kilometer uphill trek reaching a height of 650 meters above sea level (we start at 50 meters above sea level) in the high Andes to Cerro Bandera, a place from which to the north we have the best view of Puerto Williams, the Beagle Channel and Tierra del Fuego (if the weather allows it, we can even see Ushuaia) and to the south the famous Dientes de Navarino.
After the photo of rigor and depending on the weather conditions since this is an area very exposed to the wind, we will have something warm and begin the descent.