Estancia Cerro Guido
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- Continental Breakfast
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Multilingual staff
- Banquet room
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Travel Blogs from Torres del Paine
... Grey Glacier which we can see up the valley. Because we are on the west side now, there is so much more vegetation and trees - beautiful beech trees with half of their autumn leaves already fallen. The bits of ice that are washed up on the shoreline are just so crystal clear, you can see right through them and the huge pieces that have come off the glacier are a vivid blue. The temperature of this lake is 2 degrees. Fires have done a lot of damage and here it takes ...
... The third day was awaiting us with snowfall, very beautiful! We walked from B to D to E, back to D and from there to the little tent you can see halfway through to F. On the third day I also met Lane, Devin (US) and Nadine (ARG) who were travelling together and who were having the same "schedule" for the W trek as we did.
On the fourth day we walked to F, put ...
... 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 ...
... We stopped for a sandwich and contemplated how much further we had to travel before we reached the peak...Oli went off to check the route and came back with the fantastic news that we were already at the highest point on the trail!! The last 1km was closed due to the snow and whilst our climb on day one was on a closed trail this one was completely blocked off. After our scenic lunch we head back down to Camp Italiano....just another 3.5 hours! At this point my ...
... After an hour or two we arrived at another Refugio where it seemed most other people were spending the night. After a quick pit stop we walked on past the Refugio and continued on the trail which turned in to forest. There was still snow in the forest from the previous days and walking through the trees was so enchanting.
Further on we trekked and as we climbed higher the trees became smaller, the same height as us, and almost ...