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Torres del Paine Hiking Itinerary
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Day 1 Puerto Natales
Bienvenidos! Welcome to Puerto Natales, the gateway to the wonders of the magnificent Torres Del Paine National Park. The town sits on the shores of Seno Ultima Esperanza and it’s possible to gain some great views out over the mountains. Perhaps find a bar or restaurant in this humble locale to rest up in before the next few days of hiking.
Day 2 Mirador Las Torres (Las Torres Lookout)
Travel to Laguna Amarga with a local guide, which is the starting point of this Torres del Paine hiking adventure. Stunning and vast, Torres del Paine is home to some of the most remarkable landscapes in all of South America, with its three impressive granite towers rising high above the Patagonian steppe giving the park its name. Against this striking backdrop, the first day of hiking will travel along the Mirador Las Torres, a rugged path with flowing waterfalls and turquoise lakes, towards a lookout that provides mind-blowing views of the park’s massive granite pinnacles.
Day 3 Valle Frances (French Valley}
Embark on a catamaran trip across Lake Pehoe and arrive at the next campsite – Paine Grande. From here, begin a trek into Valle Frances that enjoys imposing views of Los Cuernos Del Paine (The Horns) and the incredible Glacier Frances – one of the true highlights of any Torres del Paine hiking trip. It’s possible to witness ice calving from the glacier, just keep an ear out for the loud cracking sound that often precedes as a clue to where to look.
Day 4 Glaciar Grey (Grey Glacier)
A trek to the Los Guardas area reveals one of the best lookouts to take in the stunning, dramatic expanse of Glacier Grey.
Days 5-6 Puerto Natales
Trek back to the Paine Grande area and board a catamaran to cross Pudeto Lake. Once back in Puerto Natales, there’s time to rest and reflect about the previous day’s spectacular sights before the tour finishes the following morning.
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