This route is ideal for family outings, including children, as it offers an easy-level trek. During the gentle ascent, you can enjoy an impressive view of the ancient lake, Laguna Sofía, and the Prat Mountain Range. Additionally, Cave 4 of Laguna Sofía served as an ancient den for the Patagonian panther during the Pleistocene era, with a depth of 6 meters. In this cave, remains of the ground sloth, saber-toothed tiger, guanacos, and other small species have been found.
Forest bathing is a unique experience of connecting with nature. As you delve into the lush forest, you breathe in pure, fresh air, infused with the aroma of trees and moist earth. Sunlight filters through the treetops, creating a dance of shadows and golden rays that caress the surroundings.
The gentle whispers of the wind through the branches, and the passing of clouds, fill the environment with tranquility. Each step on the carpet of dry leaves awakens the senses, while the majestic trees embrace us with their serenity. A forest bathing among lenga trees, a rejuvenating experience for the body and spirit.
A very pleasant day trip with a magnificent 360° view from the summit. To the south, you can see the sea and Puerto Natales; to the north, the Torres del Paine National Park; and from the summit, you can also see the Ventana and Campana hills. The route is diverse, with steeper and flatter sections, but it is all easy to walk, always with a view of the sea throughout the journey.
Note: It's important to highlight that this trekking route requires a good physical condition.