Patagonia is a paradise for hikers, with day and multi-day treks that will leave you wishing you could extend your trip indefinitely.
The path up to Volcán Chaitén's crater on Patagonia's northern point is one of the best day hikes.
40-metre high lump of granite that grants sweeping views east across the valley towards two picturesque Alpine lakes.
Thanks to its magnificent colours and gush of meltwater that keeps the scene in motion.
A hard hike via exposed mountain routes with panoramic vistas of glacier-studded peaks.
The trail is poorly maintained, yet it passes huemul deer, guanaco, and puma in the national park's harshest areas.
If you're lucky, you might see a puma walking through the foliage along a succession of blue lakes.