In the field:
- Leather boots
- Pants and motorcycle ---Jacket
- All necessary protection to the practice of motorized hiking in any way
To ride, we recommend a small backpack that may contain:
- Solar cream
- Lip stick,wipes,scarf or scarf,sunglasses,cap,dry shirt (valued at lunchtime)
- Rain gear to keep morale in thunderstorms, (poncho or waxed)
- Spare pair of gloves to leave guilleret after the shower
- Candy at the bottom of a bag, the bar that saves, you will restore the tone, and it is less bulky than the can of spinach indispensable for water for the driver
- Survival blanket
- Swiss knife
- Flashlight or headlamp
- Possible camera
- Mobile phone (and charger)
- Toilet paper
Day 1 - Osorno (Chile)
Landing in the Southern Hemisphere in Osorno capital of the Lake District.
Day 2 - Step 1: Osorno - San Carlos de Bariloche (Argentina) - 250 km
The first kilometers the expedition crosses the magnificent landscapes between lakes and mountains in a truly enchanting.
Day 3 - Step 2: Bariloche - Trevelin - 300 km
From its first laps, our journey south is immersed in one of the most famous parks of Patagonia, the "Parque Nacional los Alerces".
With its landscapes and its ancient trees, this is a truly enchanting ... Our destination today is Trevelin, the first Welsh colony in Argentina.
Day 4 - Step 3: Trevelin - Puyuhuapi (Chile) - 210 km
The famous South Austral Road (Carretera Austral), winds through the terrain. Today begin the serious things ...
From the passage of the Chilean border in Futaleufu, our wanderings burrow into the deep valleys of the mountain range. This portion of breathtaking beauty is lined with an almost tropical vegetation. In Puyuhuapi, thermal waters gush basement. Bath mark our way; they are one of the great attractions of this region. The explorers are invited to dive in.
Day 5 - Step 4: Puyuhuapi - Coyhaique - 280 km
The "Carretera Austral" stretches a moment longer above the Pacific, then turn east to drown in the green Coyhaique Valley. This region known for its gastronomy and wine is one of the major agricultural centers of Chile.
Day 6 - Step 5: Coyhaique - Puerto Gadal - 280 km
For two days, the equipped enters one of the most picturesque parts of this adventure. The lake "General Carrera" (third of the continent by its size) is bypassed by the west. The path leads from the shore shipping to Puerto Guadal, a charming village planted on its banks. Around noon, a one-hour tour by boat is proposed. This walk on the water bypasses a series of geological formations called the "Chapels of Marble".
Day 7 - Step 6: Puerto Gadal - Lago Posadas (Argentina) - 390 km
A chirpy track resolutely south line. Astonishment at this time a few languages of snow remain on the sharp peaks. Some will fail even onto the route. Fighting over space, unreal colors constantly collide while horses galloping under a flight of condors. Spinning tirelessly eagles scan every square meter of land in search of a stray rodent. On this section every second is an indescribable wonder.
Day 8 - Step 7: Lago Posadas - Gobernador - 270 km
At the outset of small communities of guanacos animate a golden yellow to red steppe tasks. Suddenly after a half day of senseless ride, emerges from a small well decorated outdated gas station in the heart of this desert area. At the foot of the hill nestled behind a screen of poplars in the meanders of the salmon river, our estancia welcomes us to the stage of the day.
Day 9 - Step 8: Gobernador - Calafate - 310 km
Waooouh !!! ... The main attraction of our epic rocker and falls apart in the ocean: the glacier "Perito Moreno" is one of the most impressive natural phenomena in this part of the world.
Day 10 - El Calafate
Several options are available to the traveler to visit this exceptional site:
- An impressive cruise about two hours on the icy waters allows to approach this cracked colossus whose head stands sixty meters,
- A half day walk (provided cleats) on this gigantic block of ice
- Or an entire boat day to explore all the different glacial sites.
Whatever option is chosen, it will remain forever etched in the minds!
Day 11 - Step 9: El Calafate - Torres del Paine (Chile) - 290 km
The National Park Torres del Paine is one of the most beautiful natural monuments of southern Chile. This is a set of rock formations, including the famous "Three Towers", which gave the park its name.
Day 12 - Step 10: Torres del Paine - Cerro Sombrero - (Argentina) 450 km
When Patagonia takes Mongolia tunes is simply sublime! Our track undulates over the landscape in pursuit of the horizon. Our machines are progressing in a sidereal space. In this landscape denies there not a soul, not a vehicle. Oh yes, after hours of driving, out of nothing, dressed in thick leather and fur, two Gauchos, true, draw their livestock with the cigarette in the corner. They welcome us with a resounding smile.
Day 13 - Step 11: Cerro Sombrero - Rio Grande - 220 km
Our fine team embarks for crossing the mythical Strait of Magellan. The big fashionable tray on gray water connecting the Pacific to the Atlantic. Although he comes here to see the native orcs of these waters, panda dolphins escorting more regularly the boat.
Day 14 - Step 12: Rio Grande - Ushuaia - 200 km
We are quickly landed on Tierra del Fuego, the atmosphere is unreal. This is the end of the world here. The journey aptly name.
Day 15 - step 13 Ushuaia - Puntas Arena (Chile) - 220 km
Magellan we're back! Cape Bay Magallanes teeming with penguins ... Gateway to the Antarctic continent, nestled on the borders of a region that was long considered inhospitable, there once or many native tribes lived by fishing, Punta Arenas closing our journey , with its colorful houses. Here everyone's dream to prolong his epic on the most southern sea routes in the world.
- Yamaha 660 XTZ XTZ or 1200
Items that are included in the cost of tour price
- Yamaha XTZ 660 XTZ o 1200
- Guide on motorcycle
- Guide on motorcycle
- Support vehicle