Tierra del Fuego, Chilean Patagonia
The Navarino Trail runs along the Dientes de Navarino Heritage Route, a 50-kilometer trail in which you'll go across native Lenga forests, scree, castoreras and lagoons all around, discovering the imposing nature of the Cabo de Hornos Biosphere Reserve and getting a glimpse from some peaks -if the weather permits-, of this southern landmark every sailor dreams of visiting.
The race takes place in December, meaning that we will have around 17 hours of light, starting early with sunrise at 5:00 in the morning from the city of Puerto Williams.
In an extraordinarily wild and pristine setting
Navarino Trail is a real challenge, in an extraordinarily wild and pristine setting, where we will get closer to the adventurous spirit of the runner.
50K – 25K
Through the mythical Dientes de Navarino
The complete 50K circuit prepared especially for you, or a 25K race through its summits. An extreme experience in the confines of Tierra del Fuego, where the pristine Patagonia imposes its conditions on the daring adventurers, an unforgettable challenge in this untamed land!
Location: Reserva de la Biosfera Cabo de Hornos, Chile
Departure and arrival place: Puerto Williams City, commune of Cabo de Hornos
Fecha: 11 December 18th, 2021
A UNIQUE EXPERIENCE
Discovering one of the most pristine places in the world doing what you love, running
Pasta to boost up energy, technical talk and distribuition of the race kits.
EVENT'S OFFICIAL SHIRT
Navarino Trail Runners Unique T-Shirt
Commemorative medallion for 50K and 25K finisher
Three supply points and control over the wide field, with a personal that offers hot water, fruit, nuts and others….
CLOSING CEREMONY WITH ROAST
Closing ceremony with awards ceremony, barbecue and craft beer.
How to get to Puerto Williams, Isla Navarino?
Traveling to the island from Punta Arenas-Chile or from Ushuaia-Argentina will become your first adventure ahead of the Navarino Trail challenge. To go to Puerto Williams you can choose between flying over the stretch of Magallanes and Tierra de Fuego from Punta Arenas (one hour and half way), sailing on a ferry through the Alberto de Agostini National Park and glaciers from Punta Arenas (30 hours) ), cruising on the Beagle Channel vessel from Ushuaia-Argentina (3 hours).
If you are traveling from another country, you must connect flights from Santiago de Chile to Punta Arenas or from Buenos Aires to Ushuaia, to finally “jump” to the Navarino island.
For more information about times, prices and travel conditions, we recommend you to pinches on the link below.
1st Edition of Navarino Trail
The true protagonists of Navarino Trail tell us about their experience in the southernmost trail running race on the planet, where the American continent ends!