Estancia Cerro Guido
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... br> Day 4 - long day. Cuernos to Torres. Tried to keep up with the boys but couldn't. Kept trying until they were totally out of sight and then resigned myself to sticking with Holly who is slower, too slow and boring. Calling Holly's name reminded me of my precious Holly from home, one of my oldest friends, love that girl. Had a sentimental moment, undisturbed and in the nature.
A review of my equipment; sleeping bag makes me smile every time I decompress it, no ...
... very adamant and repeated several times that our feet would always be wet through the trek and to just get over it now. However, he did have some great ideas on packing (put everything in black bin liners, leave the rain cover at home) and meal plans (skip the porridge in the morning and formal lunches as they are too bulky and just drink cuppa soups for brekky and eat lots of snack food through the day). Just after midnight, our bags were finally packed and we were off to bed. Day ...
... by snowy peaks and hanging glaciers, to top it off we got our first view of the mystical Torres shrouded in misty cloud. There were also fantastic views back down the valley toward what looked like it could be sunshine, things were looking up and my camera came out of the dry bag for the first time. As the snow started to come in we headed back down and packed up camp to head off. The walk to cuernos was beautiful, through low scrub and woodland down to the lake shore ...
... entering Argentina on our third attempt.
Upon leaving Chile I was glad I had asked someone at the lunch stop if we needed to go to the Chilean customs station next door before heading on down the road. There were, of course, no signs and no indications that we needed to stop there. Just a Chilean flag and a long, gravel road, which I assumed led to Argentina. The four of us stopped in at the Chilean border crossing and I actually ...
... were also stupendous. Unfortunately, I did not do a good job of reading the map prior to leaving Punta Arenas for T del P so we ended up entering the park in the far north eastern portion instead of taking the road from Puerto Natales that would have led us almost directly to our hotel in a much shorter time frame. Oops! Unfortunately the day was really misty and cloudy, (as were most of our days in the park) so we didnīt really get to see the ...