dientes de navarino, chile

the end of the world, an unbroken wilderness

Dientes de Navarino is a 42 km circuit hike out of Puerto Williams, Chile. It is a dangerous, notoriously difficult hike that is made more challenging by the violent & unpredictable weather. We finished Patagonia Soul here, grateful for the previous three months of training for this five day loop, which featured a 26 km spur hike to a dilapidated beaver-hunting cabin called Cabana Charles. But it's changing, fast. Go now to experience primal Dientes before the tourism industry takes it over. Go now. It's worth the effort getting there.

Travel Tip: Fly with DAP from Punta Arenas to Puerto Williams. It's the cheapest and fastest way to get there, and a really neat experience getting in a little 18-passenger puddle jumper.

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The End to Begin

This is the end of the world.

But maybe it is the beginning of me.

Dientes has been the physical representation of our trip – incredibly difficult, with varied conditions defining the experience, but with one step at a time and a certain bruntish belligerence kept moving, depending on each other, sharing a very unique and challenging moment in life.
— Trail Notes, 02.05.2017

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