Getting to Chilean Patagonia can be a haul, but kids can do hard things and travel long distances.
Hiking Torres del Paine in Patagonia is long and difficult, but it’s an achievable trek they will never forget. Stay at Tierra Patagonia, a gorgeous wind-inspired lodge whose career guides are experienced, engaging, and fun.
Packed with a lunch, head off early in the morning for the full-day hike. There are many places to stop along the way to observe wildlife like foxes and pumas, as well as international backpackers. At the top, plan on spending an hour or two in the natural amphitheater beneath the soaring towers and by the edge of its sparkling blue-green lake, leaving everyone with a sense of accomplishment and awe in the wonders of nature.