Bike Tour Patagonia Chile



6 days




Patagonia Chile


November to April

USD $5.455

Per person in DBL

7-Day E-Mountain Bike Tour - Patagonia

Welcome to Patagonia, a beautiful wild land at the southern tip of South America, Patagonia is a paradise for nature enthusiasts and adventurers alike. Join us on an unforgettable adventure as we explore the region's stunning estancias by e-bike. Our itinerary offers a perfect blend of outdoor exploration, cultural and culinary experiences. During this unique experience, you will discover the diverse landscapes of the area, in addition to riding the stunning off-the-beaten-paths located in the famous Torres del Paine National Park.

E-MTB Tour Highlights

  • Visit Patagonia in E-Mountain Bike
  • Discover Torres del Paine National Park
  • Cueva del Milodon Natural Monument
  • Los Cuernos viewpoint
  • Savor Patagonian cuisine and enjoy a traditional Patagonian lamb Barbecue
  • Punta Arenas city and Puerto Natales
  • Laguna Amarga and Laguna Azul
  • Visit typical Patagonian estancias


For flight quotes (international and domestic), please contact our partner Exito Travel.  

Before we kick off our mtb tour in Patagonia, you should take a day or two to adjust to local time and recover from your travels, and allow for any flight or luggage delays. You should fly into Punta Arenas airport (PUQ).

In Chile, domestic flights are operated by 3 local airline companies: LatamSky Airline and JetSmart.

We recommend staying at Hotel Diego de Almagro Punta Arenas in the city, which is well-located with lots of restaurants and other facilities just a short walk away.

Suggested Hotel in Punta Arenas:

Official Airport Transfer

The official shuttle company at Punta Arenas Airport is called TeleTrans.

All their shuttle services will drop you off at the hotel or address you are staying in Punta Arenas. 


Transfer from Punta Arenas airport to Puerto Natales. At the exit of the airport you will find our private transfer which takes you to Estancia Puerto Bories, near Puerto Natales City.

If you arrive in the morning, then today you will have time to explore Puerto Natales, one of the southernmost cities in the world!

Located 250 km northwest of Punta Arenas, Puerto Natales is located in front of the Última Esperanza Sound between the sea, forests and Patagonian mountains. The city represents the gateway to Torres del Paine National Park and the ideal excursion base from which to visit a myriad of other outstanding alternatives offered by Chilean Patagonia.
Today’s accommodation is Estancia Puerto Bories, located on the edge of Seno de Última Esperanza, Bories House is a country home fashioned with English- Patagonian architecture. Directly in front of Bories Port are impressive views of the Seno de Última Esperanza, Balmaceda Glacier and the surrounding mountains.

Accommodation: Estancia Puerto Bories 

Meals: Lunch and welcome dinner 

Time driving: 3 hours 


After enjoying breakfast, we will embark on a biking adventure by a scenic route through the coast of Ultima Esperanza and Eberhard Fjords, to Puerto Pratt, the first Chilean town officially created in 1899 with the purpose of consolidating Chilean territory in Última Esperanza. Continue to Puerto Consuelo, an estancia founded in 1893 by Hermann Eberhard while he was searching for suitable land to farm sheep. From his settlement, Eberhard explored the area and eventually discovered the Milodon Cave.

We will then continue our journey with a loop along the scenic “Ruta Helmer”, which will take approximately 3 hours and cover a distance of 25 kilometers. The bike route offers a thrilling adventure through stunning landscapes. Today’s ride is along a private reserve not open to the public who frequent the Natural Monument Milodon Cave. We begin with a smooth, moderate ride bordering Cerro Queso (Cheese Hill) where we continue riding to a beautiful view of the Sofia Lagoon. On clear days we can see Paine Grande and other surrounding peaks set off among the far reaching fjords. Then, we will bike to Cueva de la Ventana (Window Cave), ee continue through eaves and cave paintings left by the ancestors of Ultima Esperanza until arriving at Dos Herraduras (two horseshoes).

Then we will continue across the road until we reach Ville Cerro Castillo, for this route, you can take the van or pedal for thirty-five kilometers on Castillo Viejo Road alongside beautiful Patagonian landscapes before arriving at Villa Cerro Castillo to
rest and reward yourself with another amazing meal prepared by your private chef.

Accommodation: Estancia Dos Elianas

Meals: Breakfast, box lunch and dinner. 

Distance Biking: E-Bike ride to Puerto Prat, Puerto Consuelo & Milodon Cave (20 kms/12.4 mi gravel road & 4kms/2.5 mi paved road) – Transfer to Estancia Complejo Torres del Paine (30 min) & optional bike to Cerro Castillo (35 kms/21.7 mi gravel road)

Start the first part of your day gazing at Paine Massif postcard landscapes enroute to San Luis Estancia, located on Chilean-Argentinian land onced owned by the Sociedad Explotadora de Tierra del Fuego, former cattle raising company. Currently, it extends about 13,000 hectares, on which livestock farming was its main activity for more than forty-five years. With hard work and perseverance, the family business managed to diversify activities to include tourism, so that, today, we can enjoy panoramic landscapes of Paine and Sierra Baguales, your next destination.  

Accommodation: Estancia San Luis 

Meals: Breakfastbox lunch and dinner 

Distance biking: 10kms/6.2 mi paved road + 42 kms/26 mi gravel road


The bike route from Estancia San Luis to Hosteria Tercera Barranca spans approximately 35 kilometers, the ride typically takes around 2.5 to 3 hours, depending on individual cycling speed and trail conditions. Starting at Estancia San Luis, you’ll pedal along scenic trails, traversing rolling hills and enchanting valleys. As you make your way towards Hosteria Tercera Barranca, the terrain may vary, featuring gravel paths and occasional inclines and descents. Take your time to enjoy the surroundings, stopping to capture memorable photos or simply appreciate the tranquility of the Patagonian wilderness.

At the end of the adventure we are going to arrive in Estancia Tercera Barraca, this estancia is a charming countryside retreat nestled in the heart of nature. Guests can enjoy the tranquility of the countryside and immerse themselves in the rustic charm of the property.

Accommodation: Estancia Tercera Barranca

Meals: Breakfastbox lunch and dinner 

Distance biking: 35kms/21 mi paved road



Starting from Tercera Barranca, we will embark on a journey that will take us through diverse landscapes, including wooded areas, streams and panoramic mountain vistas. Our destination is the stunning Salto Las Chinas waterfall. Upon reaching this cascade, we will be rewarded with a breathtaking view of the water tumbling amidst pristine wilderness.

It’s a perfect spot to pause, relax, and enjoy a well-deserved break while capturing photographs. Although the return journey follows the same path, the landscape changes due to the new perspective.

Accommodation: Estancia Tercera Barranca

Meals: Breakfastbox lunch and dinner 



You will not leave Torres del Paine National Park before doing one last exquisite ride from Laguna Azul to Laguna Amarga, passing Macho Canyon, spotting large groups of guanacos, and stopping at the iconic Paine Waterfall.

After breakfast, we take a 30-min transfer to Laguna Azul. We will start riding towards Cañadón Macho (horse-shoe shape ride), located on the border of Torres del Paine National Park. This is an area abundant in wildlife where we will be able to watch out for guanacos, foxes, coots, swans, ducks and woodpeckers. Moreover, the lagoon offers a great view of the three Towers.

After this great biking experience, we’ll go back to Puerto Natales to finalize your adventure right where you started, Estancia Puerto Bories.

Accommodation: Estancia Puerto Bories

Meals: Breakfastbox lunch and farewell dinner  

Distance biking: 18km/11 mi gravel road + 4 kms/ 2 mi paved road)




Sadly, it’s time to say good bye to beautiful Patagonia.  According to your flight’s schedule, private transfer from hotel to Punta Arenas Airport (PUQ).  

End of our services.

Meals: Breakfast 

Time driving: 3 hours 




Intermediate: You’re active on your days off, and recreational biking may even be your weekend sport of choice. You love to ride, and it shows in your endurance and strength.

Our intermediate bike tours offer a steady but active pace (between 3 to 5 hours), with opportunities to push yourself. Expect some challenging climbs, with great descents over rolling terrain.

Average distance per day: 20-30 miles / 30-50 km.

Bike Rental

In Patagonia we have two MTB models available.

  • Standard hard-tail 27.5 MTB
  • E-bike Specialized Turbo Levo MTB

Helmets & Pedals

Most riders choose to bring their own helmets, but if you prefer, we have a small number of helmets available on a ‘first come, first served’ basis.  Please let us know in advance if you’d like to use one.  

All our bikes are equipped with wellgo platform pedals. We will be happy to substitute any pedals you choose to bring.  


Chile is by far one of the safest countries in South America in terms of public health and crime.

We are proud to affirm that our police is one of the least corrupt in the world; they are always friendly and helpful.  

Road Safety

Besides your own on-road safety gear (helmet, rear view mirrors, bright colored jerseys and gloves), we provide a support vehicle that drives at the rear of the group with a road-sign alerting other drivers the presence of bike riders on the road.

Drivers in Chile are used to bicycles on the road, so they shouldn’t bother you while riding. All our staff communicates by radio at all times.

Bicycle choice

If you bring your own bike, make sure you bring enough bike parts.

Pack your bike well in a bike box that we can easily dismantle for its transportation during the tour.

Weather notes

We suggest visiting the web for current conditions in Chile and doing your own research on this topic. or

The vast unbroken stretch of ocean to the west and south of the South American continent leaves the Patagonian Andes very exposed to the saturated winds that circle the Antarctic landmass. Also, the influence from the strong marine currents and Southern Patagonian Ice field make the weather hard to predict.

In Torres del Paine, in spring or early summer, fine weather may deteriorate almost without warning, bringing rains and eventually snow. Even in summer (December to march) you should come prepared to find cold, strong winds (up to 130 km/hr) and rainfalls.

The summer’s average temperature is 11ºC / 52ºF (24ºC max, 2ºC min). Rest assured, however, that just as quickly as the weather turns nasty, it can become pleasantly warm!

Night-time temperatures will most likely range from –1°C to -5°C (30s and 40s F) depending on the weather.



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