• Client : BuildingX
  • Status : In Progress
  • Location : Mountain View CA 94043
  • Building Area: Approx: 330,000 m2


Kayaking Glacier Grey Lake

A half-day excursion where you will enjoy paddling amidst icebergs while admiring the beautiful landscapes offered by Glacier Grey.


  • Price: CLP $120,000 per person (September to April)
  • Start Time: Offers different departures: 1st departure; 09:00 a.m., 2nd departure; 02:00 p.m., and 3rd departure; 05:00 p.m. at Grey camp*.
    *You must spend the night before or after the activity at Grey camp.
  • Return Time: Arrival at approximately 03:00 p.m., 05:00 p.m., and 08:00 p.m. at Grey camp.
  • Duration: Approximately 3 hours.
  • Includes: Service of a certified local guide + equipment for the activity + snacks and hot beverages.
  • Cancellation or rescheduling policy: 72 hours.
  • Does not include: Water, food + personal and medical expenses, entry to Torres del Paine National Park (you can purchase here www.pasesparques.cl).



– Wear synthetic and warm clothing to be able to put on the waterproof suit, sunglasses, sunscreen, and spare clothing.
– Bring a water bottle.
– Thank you for informing us of any medical issues you may have.



Grey Lake is nearly 17 kilometers long and 4 kilometers wide, with several capes, peninsulas, and coves, primarily fed by the glacier. The excursion takes you to the east side of the ice wall, where we have different spots for an unforgettable experience. From the water, you have the opportunity to immerse yourself in a unique landscape, surrounded by Paine Grande hill, Olguín range, the glacier itself, among many other panoramic views.
At the beginning, you will be provided with a wetsuit and neoprene boots, waterproof jacket, helmet, spray skirt, life jacket, and a paddle with built-in gloves, and you will receive a safety briefing.
You will navigate in an area of icebergs, which often get stuck in the bay, creating an unrepeatable scenario.
The tour revolves around the icebergs lodged in the bay and adjacent areas to the bay, with a kayaking duration of approximately 1.5 hours and a maximum distance of 4 – 5 kilometers.

For safety reasons, kayaking does NOT reach the front of Glacier Grey.

– The schedule of this activity may be modified due to weather conditions or the physical conditions of the passenger.
– The excursion may be suspended due to bad weather, which implies weather conditions such as strong winds, rain, and snow.