Horseback riding service

Highly recommended activity, excellent guide, beautiful places in Torres del Paine Park..
Liz & Mike – New Zealand guests.


o previous experience is required, our horses are worked and tamed for all our riders.

Our guides are highly trained for any kind of weather, so it is important that you are willing to live the adventure and submit yourself to the Patagonian weather.

What do you need to take a horseback ride?

We will provide you with the necessary safety gear (helmet, gaiters and you will have to fill out a consent form upon arrival). You only need to bring comfortable clothes, a windbreaker or waterproof jacket and your willingness to enjoy the beautiful landscapes that await you.

You can communicate directly by phone or through WhatsApp, Instagram or email, requesting the ride you want to do.

For the booking request to be approved you must pay 50% thereof.

Mirador Serrano
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    Mirador Serrano

  • 3 Hours. A horseback ride across the extensive Patagonian steppe with an uphill trail. It includes spectacular panoramic views of the Paine Massif, Gery Glacier and the Balmaceda. Donoso and Ferrier mountains when the weather is on our side.

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    Salto Rio Serrano

  • 4 hours of horseback riding. A unique circuit through the vast flatlands of the region, the river banks of the Serrano River with crystal turquoise water, endemic Ñirre and Lenga forest and riverside sands to discover the Serrano River Waterfalls which creates an incredible landscape with the Paine Massif

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    Mirador Donoso

  • Full day horseback riding. An adventure with a great variety of landscapes, riding through the characteristic pampas, mystical Ñirre and lenga forests, the banks of the Serrano River, valleys and smooth sandbanks. A special ride with beautiful views of the Paine Massif and the imposing Donoso Mountain Range.

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    Mirador Tyndall

  • Full day horseback riding. A dynamic journey on horseback with a variety of amazing landscapes, visiting an estancia we ride through endemic forests, pampas and glacial rivers. The different hills and mountain formations are part of the landscape as well as the old outposts that still remain in this rarely visited place. This route finally takes us to a destination with a Tyndall Glacier viewpoint, one of the several glaciers that are part of the Southern Patagonian Ice Field.

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