Suzie Dundas posted a terrific trip report for Outside magazine:
Dientes de Navarino is a trek of superlatives.
It starts from the southernmost town in the world—Puerto Williams, on the 55th parallel. …
Our upcoming trek would cover anywhere from 35 to 45 miles, depending on what route we chose and how accurately our trackers would monitor our steps through mud and snow.
First trekked in the late 1990s but only officially (and partially) marked in 2016, around 200 people attempted the trail annually before its blazing. Since then, the number has gone up to between 1,000 and 1,500 per year. …
HIKING CLOTHES Soffe Running shorts #2 (as underwear) Running Room 7″ perforated run shorts red Nike quick dry t-shirt waterproof stuff sack Buff #2 long brim ball cap fingerless gloves
OUTER LAYERS Columbia OutDry rain jacket Helly Hansen puffy jacket Red L & 3L ultra-sil dry bag Helly Hansen puffy jacket Blue M & 2L ultra-sil dry bag
TOILETRIES in dry bag ASA and TUMs vitamins toilet paper TP (Coughlin x2)& alcohol gel sunscreen in ziplock 2 Imodium tablets
HIP PACK 1 credit card CAN cash $500 tiny Swiss Army knife hand Sanitizer – 1 oz bottle prescriptions bandaids Leukotape (blisters) duct tape water purification tablets (Acquatabs) toothbrush & toothpaste sunglass clip-on, flip-up toothpicks Health Insurance card chewing cloves National Parks Pass zip ties lens cloth pen & paper