Estancia Cerro Guido

Comuna Torres del Paine , Torres del Paine, Patagonia, Chile | 3 star ranch
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This 3 star ranch is located on Comuna Torres del Paine , Torres del Paine.
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    Travel Blogs from Torres del Paine

    Wet, Wet, Wet 20 March

    A travel blog entry by jagm on Jun 30, 2014

    1 comment, 5 photos

    ... wind is verging on the intensity of the El Chalten experience but it's worth the steep climb for the panoramic view of an upland landscape, not so different from Scotland, with the requisite snowy peaks beyond and pitted with enormous lakes. I discover from my guidebook that the lack of tree cover, together with the blackened trunks and branches that appear to be a feature of the landscape, result from an unfortunate Israeli tourist ...

    Mar 29 - The End is Nigh..

    A travel blog entry by stuwelly on Mar 29, 2014

    7 photos

    ... come up this morning too, some with the great idea of bringing their roll mat and sleeping bag to keep warm in anticipation of the light show. With the cloud level we had, unfortunately there was no light show to be witnessed, but we did have great sights of the Torres again, in between passing clouds. Like most people we waited and waited until there was full sunlight on the towers, and eventually headed back down to camp and to finish off the W ...

    Mar 27 - ¡Valley Francias y despues Cuernos!

    A travel blog entry by stuwelly on Mar 27, 2014

    12 photos

    ... famous Towers we would see on our last day.

    The timings just seemed to work, by the time we had snapped away, eaten our lunch it was just before midday and started our return down the valley. Our return leg, we came across alot more trekkers coming up the valley, obviously successfully making the river crossing. Like the return leg from Glacier Grey we were treated to views we didn't see on the way up, the view looking down the valley is also stunning, a turquoise ...

    Mar 26th - Strong Winds to Camp Italiano

    A travel blog entry by stuwelly on Mar 26, 2014

    9 photos

    ... the wind reduced, but never did it stop. This is what I was expecting Torres Del Paine to be like, crazily strong winds, the report we saw entering the park predicted 100km/h winds. At record wind speeds in the park at 180 km/h it said to pick up small stones from the ground and turn them into projectiles. At least it wasnt raining I kept thinking, in our briefing we were told that the rain showers come without warning and its like having a bucket of water thrown over ...

    Mar 25th - To Glacier Gray

    A travel blog entry by stuwelly on Mar 25, 2014

    8 photos

    ... hours and 40 minutes, 20 minutes ahead of plan we arrived at the refugio, set up camp then went to a close mirador (viewpoint) to watch Glacier Grey, hoping to be treated to a beautiful sunset. Looking directly at the front face of the glacier it was hard to fully appreciated the size of this ice cube, but it seemed to go on forever, well up the valley. There is a trial where you apparently get a good profile view of this specticale but it would mean a 3 hour round trip from that ...