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welcome to PATAGONIA

the place of the race

At South America's southernmost tip lies a vast and wild land that has been barely settled or civilized since humans first arrived tens of thousands of years ago. Patagonia is, as Bruce Chatwin famously wrote, "the farthest place to which man walked from his place of origin," and to this day it retains near-mythical status in the minds of the world's adventurers.

Photo: Diego Lavin Provoste.


Stay at the Official Hotel

Operations center.

Place of registration, talks and activities.

Pre-race hotel in Puerto Chacabuco: Hotel Loberías del Sur.

Post-race hotel in Coyhaique: Hotel Dreams.

Patagonman | Loberia del Sur Hotel
Patagonman | Dreams Hotel
Patagonman | El Reloj Hotel & Restorant

hotel packages

Hotel packages are booked and sold by the organization. For any inquieres, please contact us via e-mail.



Pre race hotel at Puerto Chacabuco next to T1: Hotel Loberías del Sur. 

Post race hotel in downtown Coyhaique: Hotel Dreams.

  • Breakfast.

  • Bike Service (simple fix and adjustments).

  • Concierge service.

  • Welcome kit.

Minimum stay: 4 nights.



  • Check in: Not later than Thursday Nov. 30th.

  • Check out: Not earlier than Tuesday Dec. 5th.



the recommendation is:

  • Stay in Puerto Chacabuco or Puerto Aysén until Sunday (race day).

  • After the race stay in Coyhaique at least until Tuesday as the most important part of the race is on Monday afternoon.

  • In Coyhaique try to stay close to the main square (the pentagon-shaped square) and book ASAP.

how to get there

The race takes place in the Aysen Region of Chile, in the heart of Patagonia. Due to its remote location, the best way to get there is by plane.​​

The nearest airport is in Balmaceda and that is the place where you should fly to. Balmaceda airport code is BBA, so you can make sure you are booking your flight to the right destination.


For athletes coming from outside of Chile, you should first fly to Santiago (SCL - Arturo Merino Benitez Airport) and then connect to Balmaceda (BBA). That final domestic flight takes about 2h:20m.

These are the airlines that fly from Santiago (SCL) to Balmaceda (BBA):

Sky Airlines

Jet Smart Airlines

LATAM Airlines

For travel accommodation and travel info you can look into the next menu or you can just contact the organization:

Patagonman | Memorable experiences

We can help you prepare your trip to Patagonia, its surroundings and other places in Chile

Photo: Diego Lavin Provoste.


These are our recommendations for you to enjoy the best possible trip through Chile. Don't forget to mention that you are coming for PATAGONMAN XTRI.

Patagonman | Hotels Explora


Contact our partners from Hoteles Explora and take your experience to another level.

Patagonman | Travel and Discover Chile

travel and discover chile

This is the perfect opportunity to visit Chile with personalized tours.

Patagonman | Rent and Explore

Take the wheel and drive around Aysen with a local and reliable company.

Patagonman | Condor Watching

condors watching

If you love birdwatching and eat a delicious Patagonian "asado", this is for you.

Patagonman | Hot Springs


Just 2 hours from Coyhaique you will find a beautiful getaway to relax.

Patagonman | Aysen Patagonia

aysen patagonia experience

Just 2 hours from Coyhaique you will find a beautiful getaway to relax.

Patagonman | Chile Travel Itinerary

Once you decide to come to the end of the world, give yourself the opportunity to tour the region and enjoy its charms

Chile has been named for 3 years in a row Best Adventure Travel Destination at the World Travel Awards. ​

​If you can stay after the race for 10 days or less, we encourage you to travel around Aysen. Aysen is a wonderful place, a true jewel of Patagonia and certainly one of the most extreme region in the world.


We work hard with the most experienced local guides and operators so you can enjoy the best possible trip around Aysen Patagonia after the race. The athletes who took this program the years before they absolutely loved it!

Ph: Diego Lavin Provoste.


Spanning both Chile and Argentina, Patagonia is home to fantastic mountain peaks, vast and empty steppes, glaciers and icefields, and stunning national parks. It is an incredibly display of natural beauty, virtually untouched by the hands of man.​​

The term Patagonia comes from the word PATAGON used by Magellan in 1520 to describe the native people of the region. At the time Magellan believed the natives to be giants, however it is now believed that these Patagones were actually Tehuelches, who were somewhat taller than their European counterparts.

The weather is incredibly unpredictable; never rely on local weather forecasts when planning a trip. The ideal time to visit is between October and March (their summertime) as weather is warmer and there is more daylight.

​​There are many national parks located in Patagonia, each with their own unique charms. Some of the most famous in the Chilean side are: Torres del Paine, Laguna San Rafael, Queulat, Chiloé and Cabo de Hornos (Cape Horn).

The region offers some of the world's best trekking circuits as the famous “W” and “O” circuits in Torres del Paine. You can also find tours to see whales, orcas, penguins, condors, puma and many other beautiful creatures up close. Valdes Peninsula is home to Patagonia's famous Welsh communities, descendants of colonists who still speak Welsh. Crossing the Magellan Straight is not complicated at all and provides the opportunity to explore Tierra del Fuego, one of the most remotes places on Earth, where the beautiful town of Ushuaia serves as getaway for the courageous who would venture into an Antarctic journey.

Chile was recognized by the Lonely Planet guide as the #1 country to visit highlighting Patagonia. Visit Lonely Planet's article

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If you have any specific questions or need more information about your trip, do not hesitate to write to us!

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