Hotel Lady Florence Dixie
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... five hours, the wind, rain and terrain made it tough. Holes soon started to appear in the party pants and we realised small pieces of yellow rubber were being shed along the trail. They were duly removed and a few hours later were deposited in the bin at our refugio - we were so happy to see its wooden buildings nestled below the Cuernos (horns). The wind was now very strong and whipping up huge waves on the nearby lake. We were cold and wet and got as near as we could to ...
Hike: 23km, 3hrs back down the hill to Hotel Torres then 5hr to campsite.
Once you leave the hotel you have a small climb up a hill before following an undulating path heading gradually up, crossing streams and meandering through forest and fields. There's a large river crossing towards the end which we waded through a little downstream.
Day 3: Seron - Dickson
Campsite: Dickson, $5,500 - by far the best location and campsite. ...
... have driven since the middle of January!! I'm hoping to keep walking when we get home... The convenience of driving is just always so tempting! And in winter heated seats are a huge bonus! :) Our hike was decent. Not a ton of elevation gain, I think about 300m over 4.5k. The views were pretty, but again very similar to home. And it was cloudy and raining on and off. The weather was just like Alberta also. Could not make up its mind. Rain. Sunshine. Windy. ...
... the day proceeded.
We decided to cook our main meal at lunchtime. Rice meal and a tin of sardines in tomato sauce. Might not sound great but on the day it was most appreciated. One hot coffee added and we were perked up enough to walk the next leg.
Off to Campimento Perros by 2:30pm. This 11 km leg was much more enjoyable. Proper single track and climbing up the Rio Paine valley. Scenery more stunning. The day was done by 6pm and we fumbled our way through hiring a ...
... bike from under him. At around 6 o'clock we finally made it to the end of the ripio where we thought we would find a restaurant, the sign 70k away was obviously slightly out of date. A petrol station that was actually closed let us buy some biscuits and sit inside to shelter. They had no running water so sent us across the road to another remote police/road side assistance station. The guy there gave us water and said we could camp. Again, I wanted to push on but when he ...