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TravelPod Member ReviewsAltiplanico Sur Puerto Natales
The theme of this hotel is to blend in with the environment as much as possible with the outside made from mud blocks which make the hotel look like part of the landscape. It overlooks the lovely Ultima Esperanza Sound ( Last Hope Sound). The service is excellent and the hotel boasts a really great restaurant.
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... per hour We arrived at lake gray a so say 5 star hotel at around 1 only to be told that the lake trip had been moved to 3 o'clock due to rough weather so we ventured in side the hotel to enquire if we could purchase some food. Some good and bad news yes they had food the bad news was the only food they had was a 5 course meal with wine at a set price of 65 quid in a half built dining room as the hotel was undergoing a rebuild To be honest if I had paid 300 a night to stay there I ...
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We went to Erractic Rock hostel for a great talk by the American owner in preparation for the "W" hike.
We discovered two great places for coffee, the Coffee maker and El Living so we over indulged.
Bronagh and I also walked along the Lake which got the hiking legs ready....
... at 3, no idea why! We ended up rushing our dinner. We were so desperate to get on to the trail before 7 that Matt ran out of the campsite and on to the trail still in his crocs! A 40 minute steep climb up through forest then out onto a huge glacial moraine. Again, like Fitzroy once you got to the top you popped out into the amphitheatre like bowl of the Torres of Paine, 3 gigantic monolithic towers piercing the bright blue sky above. Below them a steep ...
... Paine park on the internet. I have decided not to ride to and from it, as that would require a couple of nights in a hotel there so they could store my bike while I walk the park. Hotels are prohibitively expensive. So instead I will bus to and from the park and leave my bike in Puerto Natales. It will be quicker and much cheaper.
From Punta Arenas to Puerto Natales is 240k, or 2 huge days or 3 OK days of road riding. I went for 3 days, but planned to add on two side trips ...
... includes the Granite spires of the Torres del Paine and Cuernos del Paine, whose notable formation is composed of contrasting igneous, sedimentary and etamorphic rocks unique in the World. Tallest peak in the park is Cerro Paine Grande, which is 3,050 meters. Our first hiking spot will be Near Refigio y camparmento Paine Grande. To come here we need after our bus trip first some ...