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Torres del Paine National Park

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Parque Nacional Torres del Paine, Puerto Natales, Chile
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Full-Day Hiking Tour to the Base of Paine Towers at Torres del Paine National...
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Full-Day Tour of Torres del Paine National Park from Puerto Natales
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A hiker's dream, this national park contains huge granite mountains surrounded by clear lakes and a series of well-maintained trails that vary in degree of difficulty.
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Parque Nacional Torres del Paine, Puerto Natales, Chile
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Reviewed February 10, 2013

To get a close view of this amazing set of granite spires you need to hike for about 4 hours to the base of the Torres. The view is breathtaking especially, when the weather is clear. You hike to the base, along with lots of...More

3  Thank ShlomoW2012
Reviewed February 10, 2013

Every where you tour there is a view. We were fans of yellowstone and Yosemite, but this is at least up there and in some ways more impressive. Don't miss it out but try and do it at your own pace by hiring a car...More

Thank John E
Reviewed February 9, 2013

If you want an experience like no other, go to Patagonia. It will get into your skin and never leave you. It will bring you to tears in a good way. You will see first hand why Chile calls this national park their gem.

1  Thank LakeloversWI
Reviewed February 8, 2013

Beautiful/breathtaking scenery, but it is a shame how poorly the park is managed. The trails, mainly on the W have been highly eroded by trekkers, and there is a huge garbage and human waste problem (which has led to closing a least one campsite Campimento...More

4  Thank NYinSB
Reviewed February 7, 2013

We spent 5 days travelling in and around Torres del Paine and enjoyed every minute. The treks to Frenchmans Valley and the Base of the Spires were the standouts of our visit. Traveling to and around Torres can be taxing if you are relying on...More

1  Thank Bruce M
Reviewed February 4, 2013

When we were there the free Campsites in the French Valley were unfortunately oficially closed. So we had to stay at Cuerno which for 8000 Pesos pp is absolutely overcharged. Only to toilets for any gender, one of them was always out of order and...More

2  Thank reisewombat1
Reviewed February 3, 2013

Of course everbody is saying this must be super..i was really glad it was! It takes quiet some time and money to get there..however it is amazing! Wow, ii can everbody recommand it!

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Reviewed January 31, 2013

We'd like to share our experience to add to the many useful reviews. We drove from El Calafate to Torres del Paine by rental car. After studying the map, we entered Chile at the Cerro Castillo border crossing. Along the way, we stopped to refuel...More

108  Thank susan m
Reviewed January 31, 2013

The park is very beautiful, more than the photos show. You can have an idea of it if you dobthe tours by car, but you won t know if you didn t do the trekings. The rivers and lakes have diferrent kindsvof bluevwater, but are...More

4  Thank lucilion
Reviewed January 31, 2013

Colors everywhere - in the sky, lake, mountains, plants, waterfalls. It seems to be a total painting which is done so meticulously that nothing to complain. I suggest not to take any guided tour and rather drive ownself slowly and if possible cover in 2...More

2  Thank Makshum
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gbpatel76
We have 6 nights 7 days allocated for O circuit. Can anyone recommend ideal iternary? Hoping to stay in refugios as much as we can so that we can avoid carrying extra load of sleeping bags, tents and food. Is it possible? We are reasonably fit and experience hikers. Few other questions: 1) If we have booked the refugios in advance and weather delays our iternary, would the refugios let us check in a day late? 2) Can camp Seron be skipped? Would it be too long to reach to Dickeson Refugio in one day given that we start our hike early in the morning? 3) What is the advantage of doing O circuit "Clockwise" over "Counter-Clockwise"? 4) Did anybody include the glacier hike (a side excursion from grey camp)? Was it worth spending an additional day? 5) Is late October busy time for the Refugios to be booked in advance? 6) Is there any advantage to start the trek from Paine Grande as opposed to Hotel Torres? Thanks
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Response from mzvienna | Reviewed this property |
1) The only delay can be introduced if bad weather on the John Gardner Pass and it officially closed. I assume the Park Ranger can radio the Refugio and notify them. 2) No. See official map. Torres to Seron 4hours, Seron... More
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Response from TintininOz | Reviewed this property |
Not sure about time of year not being the peak time but there should be buses out to Torres from PN and a must do if it's functioning is the ferry to Paine Grande you can get there and return in one day but you can camp... More
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Response from Ehud T | Reviewed this property |
‫as you have only one day, don't miss the view of the Torres even if you see it from the car window or just stepping from the car outside looking during rain...‬
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