Dramatic landscapes, breathtaking vistas, and four nights camping under a starry night sky make this 13-day trek one of the most treasured for hikers the world over. Studded with emerald green forests, azure lakes and icy-blue glaciers, Patagonia is a kaleidoscope of otherworldly color—the perfect backdrop for our travels. We start our exploration in El Chaltén. From here, we hike to the base of Mt. Fitz Roy, an iconic mountain known for its challenging peaks, and Laguna Torre, which features the Torre glacier calving icebergs. Take the road less traveled on a stunning full-day hike on the Loma del Pliegue Tumbado trail. After our time in Los Glaciares National Park, it’s off to Chile. Our remaining treks follow the famed “W” route inside Torres del Paine National Park. We hike to the Paine Towers, into French Valley, and near Grey Glacier—three noteworthy destinations filled with some of the most stunning landscapes of the Patagonian Andes. Cap each evening off in comfortable accommodations, including four nights spent sleeping soundly under the stars in one of the most stunning corners of the Earth.