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Avoid this refugio and spend two nights down at las Torres. The weather is so unpredictable, you can't count on a sunrise viewing. If you are camping, stay up at Camp. Torres which has an unbeatable location.
The good: The refugio is located close to...More
Comparing to three Refugio I stayed in the park, this is the worst one. The room is similar to others but there are no hot water for shower. After long day hike, we had to take ice cold shower. Ironically the sink did have hot...More
The first day of our W trek was very rainy so we hiked several miles over few hills to get to Chileno and get warm. We have decided to postpone Mirador de la Torres for next morning when the weather was supposed to be sunny....More
This is a complete rip off, the company would only sell camp sites if you pay for full board; the price for this was around 85 USD pr. person.
For that you get a campsite on a steep muddy hill, an extremely dirty shower with...More
The setting of Chileno refugio is stunning and the camp sites are set in the sheltered forest area on individual platforms. Unfortunately, the food and service that was provided during our stay was the worst we had experienced during our whole w-trek which was made...More
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We took the option for a campsite, rental tent and boarding. I don't believe that Chileno lets you cook your own food due to fire risk. However, I believe you can reserve a site without paying board if you want to... More
We took the option for a campsite, rental tent and boarding. I don't believe that Chileno lets you cook your own food due to fire risk. However, I believe you can reserve a site without paying board if you want to eat your own meals that don't require cooking.
Bathrooms were reasonably clean although expectations need to be tempered for this trip as it is a remote location in South America.
I did not see any norovirus specific warnings.