We are expecting a high demand for this third edition of PATAGONMAN. That is why starting slots will be allocated by a draw.

Lottery results will be announced during March 2020.

Enrollment for the 2020 edition of PATAGONMAN will open at the end of January, so stay tuned!

This is NOT a first come first serve event. All who enroll at any time during the days that enrollment is open, have a ticket in the draw. 

Due to our very limited capacity in our race, we can only accept individual registrations for the draw.

If you applied for 2018 and/or 2019 with no luck and you are applying again this year you will have double or triple chances in draw. If you are unlucky again this year and try again for 2021 you will get even more chances. This will never be a guarantee for a slot, but it will increase your chances compared to people registering for the first time.

Each lottery ticket has a cost of CLP $7.700 (aprox. USD $10) and the total amount collected from this process will go directly to charity.

Here are some questions a lot of people ask us: FAQ

If you get lucky?

If you have luck in our draw, we will send you an e-mail confirming this. The e-mail will contain a link for our registration site. You will have 7 days to complete the registration and payment. If you, for whatever reason, have not completed your registration within this time limit, the slot will be passed on to an athlete on our “runners-up” list.

The participation fee is CLP $490.000 (aprox USD $620). Your slot is not confirmed until payment is done.

You will need a valid credit card to pay.

Race Manual

Prior to final registration you will be required to carefully read and understand our race manual.


Download the latest version of the Race Manual (Jul ’20) HERE


We will award a total of 300 slots.

PATAGONMAN is a point to point race starting in the western part of Aysén, one of the most southern regions of Latin America, then leading east to finish at the eastern part of this region. The course starts at the scenic Aysén Fjord, close to Puerto Chacabuco and finishes at the impressive General Carrera Lake. The course across Patagonia is both breathtakingly beautiful and extremely challenging.

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