Torres del Paine National Park, Puerto Natales
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Few natural attractions are as spectacular as Torres del Paine National Park, which boasts a series of monumental, jagged mountains keeping watch over an azure lake. Most visitors only come to see the towering mountains, but the national park has plenty more to offer for the intrepid adventurer. Take a few days to trek one of the park's spectacular trails, hiking your way through pristine forests, daring river crossings, and eventually reaching a spine-tingling glacier. Put Torres del Paine National Park into our Puerto Natales trip builder to see other points of interest to visit during your vacation in Puerto Natales.
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  • From the moment we were picked up for the long 5 hour drive to Torres del Paine we were stunned by the landscape. It's unreal. The wildlife the landscape, how clean and pristine it is. The locals appa...  more »
  • We left the 7:00 am, Calafate. Are some 250 km round trip, plus 50 km in the Park and over 250 km back. All very well conducted by Mathias, Alejandro, Natalia. Are four passes by Customs and 7 hours. Yet in 4-5 hours can offer incredible places of visitation and pictures. Bad roads and lack of bathrooms are some limitations.
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  • The Patagonian wonder concentrated in a single Park, unique landscapes, a variable microclimate. One of the most beautiful places I've ever met
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  • The best place to experience the wonders of Patagonia. We did the 4 day W Trek recently and it was incredible! The views from Las Torres to the Grey Glacier were mesmerizing.
  • No doubt about it, it is a beautiful place. To the novice hiker it can be really challenging considering how the weather is so fickle and many times very extreme. Come prepared both with gear, supplies and knowledge
  • Simply the most stunning piece of nature I had experienced so far in my life. If you have time and energy try to head for the O trail to go once around. Stunning valleys and views on the glacier are rewarding. Wouldn't had been the same experience for me. Also less touristy. Try to head for shoulder season to avoid literally masses of people.
  • Amazing, wonderful view!! It seems like they really try to protect the natural resources too!
  • This is the most beautiful mountain range I have seen. The trails are clear and nice to hike on, the views are epic and the types of volcanic rock, glaciers and lakes are amazing. The Torres del Paine highlight is a bit too crowded to really feel you are in the middle of nature however.