Hostal El Mirador

Address: Simon Bolivar No 1423, Puerto Natales, Patagonia, ., Chile | Hostel
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This hostel, located on Simon Bolivar No 1423, Puerto Natales, is near Glacier Grey, Lago Nordenskjold, and Channel of Last Hope (Ultima Esperanza).
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        Travel Blogs from Puerto Natales

        Giant Waves and Mylodon Caves

        A travel blog entry by thecurries2012 on Jun 19, 2015

        181 photos

        ... the boat had been lurching from side to side to the extent that we were nearly thrown from our beds and the entire contents of the room were on the floor being thrown from side to side. We didn’t get much sleep as holding onto the bed was more of a priority. When there was no announcement that breakfast was ready I went to explore and discovered the boat was like a ghost ship, not a person to be seen, every chair in the dining room was on the ...

        Chile - Torres Del Paine National Park Day 4

        A travel blog entry by mktkachuk on Mar 11, 2015

        6 photos

        ... at home, but I'm not sure we will come back. It's so far to get here and the trails were so crazy busy. There are so many beautiful hikes in Canada that would be just as beautiful and far less crowded. Plus the weather here tops out at 12'C so not super warm... Summertime hiking in Canada has better temps - fingers crossed... Weather was less than ideal for our September long weekend trek this past year when it snowed on us! We're making a ...

        Headwinds from Hell

        A travel blog entry by jonreilly85 on Feb 12, 2015

        17 photos

        ... rather than the pitiful 7kph on ripio. We still had to get off at one stage to walk the bikes as the wind was so strong. Both days the wind was mainly hitting us at about our 2o'clock so we felt the full force of the headwind whilst having the wind constantly catch our front panniers destabilising us and sending us off course, hilarious to watch. I did lots of filming, so if anyone manages to stay awake through my feature length video of the trip you can enjoy it ...

        Torres del Paine NP

        A travel blog entry by string53 on Jan 07, 2015


        ... windblown, it is a deciduous species of nothofagus, Antarctic Beech. Treesare small but very old and there is little undergrowth. We are walking beside a fast flowing clean river, lots of ice melt so it is high and raging along. Theres several pedestrian hanging bridges crossing over the river as we go along a gentle slope for several kms under the trees, its a magical place with lots of little feeder streams to cross. Finally we reach the last steep ascent and stop ...

        Glaciers and Torres Del Paine

        A travel blog entry by sue.tonytravels on Nov 20, 2014

        25 photos

        ... would have no need for a pill despite the fierce winds. When we arrived at the dock the water was looking pretty choppy so I decided to take a tablet just in case.

        Tony was up on deck from the moment we set off and I joined him as we left the channel and entered the fjord. The scenery was great, we passed a colony of cormorants and then as we approached the Condor Cliffs I finally got to see a Condor, in fact we got to see 7 ...