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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 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 November 11, 2014

It is a hard hike to the lake and the wind can be ferocious but if you are lucky enough to see the Torres without their halo of cloud then it will be the view that takes your breath away!

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Reviewed November 11, 2014

I've just done the 9-day Full Circuit trek. Fabulous. Wonderful, Amazing. Torres Del Paine is such a globally renowned destination that giving it five stars is the easy part; you know it will be stunning before you even arrive. Perhaps the best additional advice I...More

2  Thank Kor M
Reviewed November 10, 2014

My close friend consider me as a seasoned mountain hiker and a nature enthusiast. Although this was my second trip to Chile, I visited Torres del Paine for the first time. On my arrival, I was mesmerized by the beauty of the Canadian Rockies and...More

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Reviewed November 9, 2014

An amazing park with a little bit of everything , flora, fauna , mountains, lakes , rivers , waterfalls , glaciers , is spectacular. There are different ways to visit , either by trekking on your own ( the W on 5 days or O...More

Thank Rafagome
Reviewed November 5, 2014

It was 1976! The park was newly created so they were just into road and hut building.. I had to hitchhike there from Puerto Natales, was jolly lucky to meet only kind folk on that wild lonely road. The Torres are among the most immediately...More

2  Thank aeoliansands
Reviewed November 4, 2014

You could see the Torres from just about everywhere in the park and they are awesome. Definitely worth a visit. You will also see lots of wildlife, especially birds, includinjg condors. The whole day just got better and better as it went on.

3  Thank SusanRead
Reviewed November 4, 2014

Defenetly a very great place for persons who like to hike. You can meet a lot of nice people there all doing tracks in this beautiful area

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Reviewed November 2, 2014

Bring a camera, warm clothes, and hiking boots. This national park in Chile offers truly beautiful vistas of lakes, mountains, and animal life such as exotic condors, flamingos, and other birds, guanacos (cousins to llamas), and rheas (Patagonian ostrich) . You should spend a minimum...More

3  Thank eastbaydave
Reviewed November 2, 2014

Enjoyed our trip to the Torres del Paine National Park tremendously, even though the weather was a bit overcast at times. The many lakes are a sight to behold.

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Reviewed November 2, 2014

The W trek was a major highlight of our 3 month trip through South America. It was truly incredible. We stayed at the refugios (which are fantastic) and we went Refugio Grey, Refugio Torres, Refugio Cuernos, Refugio Chilleno and out. 5 days, 4 nights. It's...More

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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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