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Torres del Paine National Park

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Parque Nacional Torres del Paine, Puerto Natales, Chile
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A hiker's dream, this national park contains huge granite mountains surrounded by clear lakes and a series of well-maintained trails that vary in degree of difficulty.
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“w trek” (101 reviews)
Parque Nacional Torres del Paine, Puerto Natales, Chile
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Reviewed 18 November 2015

Being two of only 3 people in the park (that we saw, anyway) going during winter was the best horrible idea I'd ever had. Daytime temperatures were pleasant, nighttime was to the point where I wasn't sure if I would wake up or not. I...More

Thank Daniel B
Reviewed 13 November 2015

We enjoyed the trip into the park, we saw condors, grey foxes, an armadillo. The local guide spoke excellent english, we were a small group of 12. Included in the tour was a traditional BBQ meal of either beef or chicken over hot coals. Very...More

1  Thank Jenny T
Reviewed 13 November 2015 via mobile

What more can one say! This is one of the most beautiful places in the world. Be sure to allow yourself enough time to explore! You need some sort of transport to get around. If you are not hiking or trekking then you need at...More

2  Thank 2006TravelBug
Reviewed 12 November 2015

We visited the park 2 separate days. The entrance pass is good for 3 consecutive days. We entered on the east side and drove to the south on day 1. And reversed our trip on day 2. Having a car to see the park allows...More

1  Thank James M
Reviewed 11 November 2015

Come prepared for the Wind but beautiful and worth the Wind take the Hike up the Tower it is amazing but be in good shape to try..

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Reviewed 11 November 2015

Perhaps many people do not realize that there are icebers and glaciers in this area - well there are.... and they are spectacular. I needed one more day to take advantage of seeing more -

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Reviewed 8 November 2015

Just competed 5 day W circuit trek Friday. Amazing Patagonian mountain, glacier and lake scenery in pristine environment. Moderate to very strenuous trek, some great wildlife (condors, eagle, guanacos, caracaras) enhanced the experience. Wildfire 2010 has denuded some of the beech forest but scenery still...More

2  Thank baileydoc
Reviewed 7 November 2015

We did the W trek in mid October 2015, staying in refugios. The park is as amazing as everyone says! We were in this area six months ago and couldn't do our trek as planned due to injury. We flew all the way back down...More

1  Thank Thelastdodo2
Reviewed 6 November 2015 via mobile

Lots of rules (no fire, no rubbish etc) but worth it as the place is stunning and being kept in great condition. This must be the jewel in the crown of Chile and maybe even South America. Do the W Trek as well, it's not...More

Thank Reviewleaver
Reviewed 6 November 2015

What can I even say - this place is absolutely stunningly beautiful. Despite the fact that it is undoubtedly the windiest place I have ever been in my life, I cannot recommend it more. There are walks to cater to all levels of fitness (I'm...More

1  Thank Julianne P
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23 August 2017|
Response from Expat-in-Cabarete | Reviewed this property |
No, you buy your entrance ticket (which is valid for 3 days) at the park. I didn't stay at the park but I'm pretty certain you need to pay the entrance ticket.
We have 6 nights 7 days allocated for O circuit. Can anyone recommend ideal iternary? Hoping to stay in refugios as much as we can so that we can avoid carrying extra load of sleeping bags, tents and food. Is it possible? We are reasonably fit and experience hikers. Few other questions: 1) If we have booked the refugios in advance and weather delays our iternary, would the refugios let us check in a day late? 2) Can camp Seron be skipped? Would it be too long to reach to Dickeson Refugio in one day given that we start our hike early in the morning? 3) What is the advantage of doing O circuit "Clockwise" over "Counter-Clockwise"? 4) Did anybody include the glacier hike (a side excursion from grey camp)? Was it worth spending an additional day? 5) Is late October busy time for the Refugios to be booked in advance? 6) Is there any advantage to start the trek from Paine Grande as opposed to Hotel Torres? Thanks
30 May 2017|
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Response from mzvienna | Reviewed this property |
1) The only delay can be introduced if bad weather on the John Gardner Pass and it officially closed. I assume the Park Ranger can radio the Refugio and notify them. 2) No. See official map. Torres to Seron 4hours, Seron... More