This is the most important National Park in Chile, with an overall area of 242,242 hectares, and is located on the Seno de Última Esperanza, 150 km from Puerto Natales. It was declared a UNESCO Biosphere Reserve in 1978. It has three entrances: Portería Sarmiento Laguna Amarga and Laguna Azul .
This park is incredibly beautiful and has trekking paths that cross pampas, thick Magellanic forests, lagoons strewn with ice-floes, the best known to all the world being the Torres and Cuernos del Paine. Its most important lakes are the Nordeskjold, Peohé, Toro, Sarmiento, Grey, and Laguna Azul. It also has the Grey ad Dickson ice falls, and the River Serrano which contains large salmon All this is surrounded by the gigantic rock masses that are the characteristic silhouette of the Cuernos del Paine There are seven park stations along the park, which are interconnected and connected to the Park Administration, from where you can organize trekking and horseback expeditions, camping sites, climbs, fishing, etc.