Cabanas Cerro Torre
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... A smile about the steering wheel on the other side than they expect and that is all. 20 minutes. No problemo. Police controls on the way are no different. Helpful, Friendly men and women. Lovely people. After Piedra Buena the wind gets really nasty. It blows a lot of sand and dust across the road, getting in everywhere. In the car in your eyes, in your nose. We all start sneezing and have dry throats. The next 750 km we drive in dust as fine as talcum powder. ...
... through it with a few side streets. Tourism is definitely the main industry with the Main Street filled with hotels and hostels, restaurants, and tourist shops offering different activities. There are many activities to do in the area especially trekking, glacial climbing and trekking, and horseback riding, I am going to ensure that I make the most of my time here. After driving through town, we arrived at our hostel, Rancho Grande, which is ...
Friday 30th January. Rest day in Cochrane. We got up and got dressed into our cycling gear as usual for a day on the bikes. None of us were keen to leave and we were looking for excuses not to. After writing a plan of the next four days, it rather conveniently became apparent that, if we were to leave, we would arrive at the ferry port on a day the ferry wasn't running. Problem solved: a day of sleep, empanadas, sushi (popular here), beer, Pisco sours, and a filthy mixed ...
... basic map and incorrect signposts meant that after half an hour walking from camp the closest to the radiating blue glacier we could get was across the other side of the Rio Blanco. With clouds gathering and bellies grumbling we headed back to camp to cook another dinner of instant pasta and sauce. Whilst chowing down nature decided to entertain us as first a pair of giant caracara (impressive, hawk like birds) and then numerous luminously red headed Patagonian woodpeckers flew ...
... flamingos foraging along the shore on the other side of the lake. We also had a lovely view of the Towers of Paine where we trekked yesterday.
We returned to the National Park and headed towards Lago (Lake) Grey. We stopped several times and walked to different view points to get fantastic views of the magnificent scenery. We could see Almirante Nieto which is a prominent feature on the skyline and stands next to the towers, this is ...