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... an orange. Luckily Maurice has packed rice cakes for me and fresh avocado, so Itransfer the filling to rice cakes which are much more palatable. Day 1 hike is quite a steep pull up the first hill, which has only low vegetation, and there are horse trails alongside the stony hiking trail. Early that morning I had seen a guacho rounding up the horses on the hill behind the refugio. Finally we get to Chileno, the first stop in the walk, another mountain refugio which ...
Wet & windy all night and all day. Attempted to head out for a walk in the middle of the day as the forecast was optimistic but within 15 mins it had changed again – no way was I doing a 4 hour walk to a viewpoint when there was a high probability of rain, poor visibility and a £5 entry charge. Saw a cute red breasted songbird in full song on the way back, which was later identified by a twitcher ...
... on our tents. Once we were packed and ready to go, we set out on the trail up to Glacier Grey, where we camped for another night and had a chance to stay warm and cozy in the lodge until it was time to go out in the cold to sleep. The glacier was absolutely incredible and we took some advice from another hiker to go up past the campsite to get a better look at it. The extra hike took us across a pretty amazing (and terrifying) suspension bridge, which ...
... with wood panelling and thin walls. Lunch was at Don Jorge's Parilla - it's essential to protein load prior to hiking you know ;) Most of us had lamb prepared the traditional way - roasted over a fire splayed on a spit, not a sight for the faint at heart. Once I'd had my fill Darren and I went about a mini anatomy refresher identifying the spinal canal, vertebral bodies etc. Not everyone appreciated our dissection of lunch leftovers. Next ...
... grey gravel dirt track into the park.I get my first glimpse of the mighty Torres del Paine from my left window and we stop by a grey green lake which acts as a mirror bowl and I am swimming in a dream as the three mighty peaks of the Torres del Paine,the North,South and Central Towers spear into the sky over 1000m tall. The mirrored lake is so clear it looks like they have fallen into the water .They are too sheer and sharp to have been covered in snow but they are wedged between ...