Our Welcome Center will make up a fundamental section of the route participants from thirty-eight countries will run.
Torres del Paine, September 8, 2023: This Saturday, September 9, Las Torres Patagonia will be part of a new edition of the Patagonian International Marathon (PIM), a race that attracts participants from all over the world to test their skills against the region’s stunning landscapes as a backdrop.
In its eleventh edition, just like in its first and last versions, this year’s challenging route corresponds to a vehicle road connecting Las Torres Patagonia’s Weber Bridge and the Welcome Center, passing through Pudeto, the Nordenskjöld Viewpoint, and the Laguna Amarga Gate.
This race will feature a diverse group of participants, as it has been confirmed that runners from thirty-eight countries around the world will be present at PIM, 2023.
During the event day, there will be some traffic restrictions; however, traffic between Portería Río Serrano and Lago Grey will operate normally. Restrictions on the roads connecting the Weber Bridge with the Laguna Amarga Gate will be in effect from 9:00 AM to 4:00 PM.
Additionally, the section between the Laguna Amarga Gate and the Welcome Center will be restricted from 9:30 AM to 5:00 PM. For those who still need to travel through the area, there will be time slots for cautious circulation after 11:00 AM.
The event has the Last Hope Tourism Chamber, Illustrious Municipality of Torres del Paine, CONAF, Ministry of Public Works (MOP), Chilean Police, and ProChile’s required authorization and support.