Estancia Cerro Guido
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- Continental Breakfast
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Breakfast Available
- Reduced mobility rooms
TripAdvisor Reviews Estancia Cerro Guido Torres del Paine
Travel Blogs from Torres del Paine
... us time to pack up as it is an early start when we leave here tomorrow and time to try and send some blogs - only sometimes have wifi in the lobby here.
The Lodge is all inclusive , the only thing you can spend money on is the gift shop or having a massage - all food, snacks to take on treks, all day drinks, the buses, the park guides, the lectures - all included in the tariff - not sure what that would be though - every thing is first class.
... on, the weather was amazing. We hiked up through the valley for two hours to Chileno. As we walked into the refugio (hut) we explained the situation and requested a camping site at no charge as we were merely requesting to transfer our booking. Answer: No. After establishing these guys are working on commission for selling sites the penny dropped but we're still not accepting it. So we pushed and pushed and finally got our way. Thank you. We settled in for the afternoon, played ...
... 40/50 metres above the lake and at other times (mostly when we were close to our Refugio) we were right by the shore. It was definitely a more relaxed trek than the previous day.
On our right whilst walking were the peaks of Monte Almirante Nieto and Los Cuernos, snow capped and epic, which later in the day cast huge shadows over the lake.
We arrived at Refugio Los Cuernos around 5pm, a wooden lodge right on our trail between the lake and ...
... of Patagonian Chile and we were warned to expect extreme weather, four seasons in a day, but we were incredibly lucky and had four dry and mainly clear days. We spent two nights in Puerto Natales, the main town before Torres, for two nights ahead of the trek and it rained non stop....but up in the mountains of Torres it fell as snow.
We arrived in the park mid morning and checked in to our Refugio. After locating our ...
... east to west).
We climbed 10Km through mountains, woods and over rivers to Mirador Las Torres. Here we had a great view of the park's star attractions the Torres del Paine (Spanish for "Towers of Paine" and "Paine" is the old indigenos name for the colour blue), these three immense rock towers give the park its name. We then had to climb back down 10Km to Refugio Los Torres.
We also came across runners who were competing ...