Know Serrano Glacier
Massive icebergs and an amazing landscape, Serrano Glacier is another Patagonia attraction. It´s part of the Southern Ice Field and it stands as another fantastic place to see for visitors from all over the world.
Attractions: Colorful geography.
Activities: Hiking, flora and fauna contemplation, photography.
How to get there: Santiago-Punta Arenas: Airway.
Punta Arenas-Puerto Natales: Land route, by Route 9 north.
Puerto Natales-Serrano Glacier: Seaway, through travels within Bernardo O´Higgins and Torres del Paine National Parks (summer season).
Santiago-Puerto Montt: Land route and airway.
Puerto Montt-Puerto Natales: Seaway.
When to go: All year long.
Weather: Cold high weather. Its temperatures are lower than 0°C. The rain – usually as snow- surpasses 2000 milimeters per year.
Services: Housing, food, transportation.
Surroundings: Las Montañas Channel, Castillo Hill, W Network: Torres del Paine Base- Valle del Frances-Grey Lake, network: Cordillera Paine Lake, Puerto Natales seashort, Dos Lagunas, Calvo Fjord, Bories cold-storage plant, Balmaceda Glaciar, Gulf of Almirante Montt, Balmaceda Lake, Azul Lagoon, Verde Lagoon, Paine Mountain, Cueva del Milodon Natural Monument, Bernardo O´Higgins National Park, Torres del Paine National Park, Antonio Varas Peninsula, Puerto Natales, Alacalufe National Reserve, Serrano River, Ultima Esperanza Inlet.