Patagonia- Horse Riding Expedition

activity phptp
level Adult
style Survival
challenge Moderate+
age 10

$ 2790.00

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This spectacular region of the planet hosts lush and unique natural habitat in the form of dense forests, pristine lakes and rocky mountains (Cordillera). The Cochamo region in Chile is at latitude 41 degrees south, which is the equivalent to Oregon State. Similar to Oregon, this region is beautiful, but rugged and rain is not uncommon. 

The horse trail will vary greatly from flat dirt to steep and rocky. You need not worry though; our horses are sure footed and familiar with how to manage the terrain when it becomes difficult. That said, horse riding in the backcountry is a strenuous activity and it helps to be in decent athletic shape.  Tent camps are not always comfortable and you may be asked to pitch in and help out as part of our expedition team. As part of the trip we do stay in Refugios and cabins which are more comfortable but still a rustic experience. That said, if living with our horses on the trail, close to nature and the elements sounds like a challenge you are willing to meet this can be the experience of a lifetime! 


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check11 days on horseback in stunning Patagonia
checkGuided by Patagonian horsemen who have multi-generational experience in these mountains
checkBreathtaking views of 3000 foot granite domes

What to expect

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This horse-back ride is the adventure of a life time. You will undoubtedly have experiences along this journey that will become unforgettable memories. Nothing compares to being in a pristine natural setting in a beautiful part of our planet, riding with your horse partner.  

We provide

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Transportation from and to Puerto Montt
All Food and snacks as well as alcoholic beverages
Lodging in Cochamo before and after the ride
All camp supplies (other than personal gear listed in the gear list below)
A personal horse and riding equipment for 11 days
Visit to a traditional Patagonian farm including a traditional feast 
Ferry crossing fee

You bring

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Quick dry clothing

Rain gear

Sun protection

Camera, small daypack

Down sleeping bag and sleeping pad

(detailed gear list provided upon registration)