Patagonia is one of those trips that many travelers have on their bucket list. It has the allure of the mountains, pristine turquoise lakes, stunning glaciers, and a pure sense of adventure.
After spending two weeks in Torres del Paine, we want to give you a clear picture of what you should pack in your backpack and suitcase to ensure you don't forget anything.
In talking to the locals, it almost doesn't matter what time of year you go, the weather is always unpredictable.
The truth is, I felt like I didn't even need this many shirts for my trip to Patagonia because of how cold it ended up being.
I know these aren't exactly a lot of different combinations of pants to work with but you're just going to have to get used to wearing the same pants everyday.
With the amount of hiking you'll be doing in Patagonia, of all the clothing you'll be bringing, your boots are going to be the most critical.
Sock wise, you'll want to bring an assortment of socks depending on the hiking situation so pack according to the weather conditions you'll be facing.