The Patagonian International Marathon is a road running event that takes place in Chilean Patagonia, Province of Última Esperanza (Last Hope), in the surroundings of Torres del Paine National Park. Since 2012, the event has brought together thousands of runners from more than 50 countries, converging to the southern tip of the Patagonia to fulfil the dream of running in one of the most pristine place on the planet!
The eighth edition of the Patagonian International Marathon has the classic race distances of 42K, 21K, and 10K. The shared finish line for all distances will be located at the spectacular Hotel Río Serrano.
The race route will be located to the South of the majestic Torres del Paine National Park. The magic of running in Patagonia, together with runners from around the world and the adventure of confronting a restless, and sometimes even hostile, climate will continue being the essence of the event.
Geographically, the event is developed in the American continent’s extreme south, at 51° south latitude, in a prime location of Western Patagonia, to the East of the Great Southern Ice Field and South of Torres del Paine National Park. The closest city to the event’s race zone is Puerto Natales, located 250 km to the North of Punta Arenas, which is the region’s capital.
Whether you are an elite runner or just an enthusiast, you will be welcome here! We invite you to live a different experience. Come feel the energy of nature!!
Flights and Additional Travel
Travelling Fit is a fully accredited travel agency which offers a full range of services to our clients. This enables us to book your flights and additional touring to help us assist you in creating your perfect holiday experience.
All entry fees are included in the cost of your Travelling Fit Marathon Package
There are no qualification times required, however you must be a minimum of 18 years of age on race day.
Th Patagonia International Marathon starts at 11:00am
There will be a maximum of 7 hours to complete the Patagonia International Marathon, with all competitors required to be at the 21km mark in a maximum tine of 3 Hours 30 Minutes.,
The Patagonia International Marathon will be times using chip technology.
Your race pack will include:
- Official Runner Shirt
- Official Elastic Cylindrical Headband (Buff)
- Official Race Number
- Recyclable Timing Chip
There are no official Pace Setters in the Patagonia International Marathon.
The aid stations will be positioned approximately every 5 kilometers.
Personal Refreshments and Clothing
You are permitted to leave a small bag in your respective starting line, where you must submit it to custodial staff present in the starting line in order to be brought directly after to the Finish Line.
The bag must be your own personal bag, and be both properly closed and marked with the sticker provided in your kit.
Please remember that while the organization will carefully handle all bags, it is not responsible for any stolen, lost, or damaged items, meaning we recommend that you do not leave any valuable items in the bag.
All transport is included in the coast of your Patagonia International Marathon package.
There is no Expo associated with the Patagonia International Marathon.
Finishers T-shirts, Medals and Certificates
All participants will receive a Race Shirt and Buff as part of their entry and all finishers will receive a medal
The climate in Patagonia is characterized by highly variable and unpredictable weather conditions; however, in the month of September, which is the date for the event, spring will already have begun.
Therefore, you can expect average temperatures between 2 and 10°C, with absolutes maximums exceeding 15°C.
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