Patagonman is the Xtreme triathlon at the end of the world. The course runs point-to-point; fjord to lake, crossing the entire country from West to East.
Patagonman starts before sunrise in the Aysén Fjord, where the athletes must jump from a ferry into the cold water and swim 3.8 kilometres toward Puerto Chacabuco where they find the first transition area. From there, they ride 180 kilometres through the windy, winding and hilly road of the famous Carretera Austral to Cerro Castillo, one of the most iconic scenes of Patagonia, where they will leave their bikes.
Finally, they run 42.2 kilometres of dirt trails and rubble roads following the Ibánez River through forest, passing beautiful lakes and waterfalls, all the way to the General Carrera Lake, another landmark of the region, where they find the finish line and the glory of finishing Patagonman.