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... so cold - it had snowed, a lot! Cold and miserable we made ourselves some porridge and a cup of English breakfast and hit the trail around 9.30am. The weather was more settled today but the snow kept things very fresh. My shoes we soaked from the day before so I started with wet, cold feet. After two hours we arrived at the French Valley. This is deemed the high point of the walk in terms of panoramic views. Great news - the valley was closed due to snow! Right now ...
... 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 ...
... gaucho which means he's great with horses.
4 hours of riding on Winka (my horse who sort of seemed to run lopsided) amongst spectacular scenery sometimes accompanied by other roaming horses and I'd got myself a new friend, a tent and an invite to come back, camp and volunteer when I return from my biggest adventure yet! Not bad for a day's ...
... protein. We then walked a few blocks to take a van that brought us to a small dock just outside of town.
We boarded a small enclosed boat with a few other tourists. The boat ride took about an hour and at times the waters were choppy. At some points it was like riding a roller coaster. I focused my sight on the horizon since I was prone to seasickness. We finally reached Magdalena Island in the middle of the Strait of Magellan. This is where the ...
... A bus was waiting for the ferry to arrive and drove us the 3 hours back to Puerto Natales.
It was about 10pm when we arrived, but still not dark. We were first off the bus and first to grab our bags, so in next to no time we had walked down the road and checked back into the Singing Lamb Hostel. We got our stuff from the locker, unpacked and then re-packed everything to benready for tomorrow's early departure to El Calafate in Argentina.