Trekking to the Mylodon Cave
Half day – Intermediate
The Mylodon Cave National Monument is located 25 kilometers to the northwest of Port Natales. It is one of the oldest and most important archeological and paleontological sites in Southern Patagonia. Evidence of a human presence dating back to 11,000 years B.C. has been found in these caves, consisting of extinct fauna such as the Mylodon. The trekking begins at the Small Cave, from where we will forge inward in this important archeological finding. We will then move on to the Middle Cave and end at the Large Cave, which is 200 meters deep, 80 meters wide and 30 meters high.
Duration: 4 hours.
Includes: guide, transportation, snack and park entrance fee.
A minimum of 2 passengers is required.
Good To Know
6:00pm. to 8:30pm.
6:00pm. to 8:00pm.
Nuptse jacket or wind jacket, base layer and trekking shoes.
Sunscreen, backpack, sunglasses, gloves and beanie.
Wind, rain or sun.