Photo of the Day: Nature in Torres del Paine Patagonia

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Hikes in Patagonia

Torres Del Paine, Chile Circuit Trek

Torres del Paine National Park (Parque Nacional Torres del Paine) is a national park encompassing a mountains, glacier, lake, and river-rich areas in southern Chilean Patagonia. The national park (598.593,02 acres) is a popular hiking destination in Chile. There are clearly marked paths and many refugios which provide shelter and basic services. Views are breathtaking. Hikers can opt for a day trip to see the towers, walk the popular “W” route in about five days, or trek the full circle in 8–9 days. It is a national park and thus hikers are not allowed to stray from the paths. Camping is only allowed at specified campsites and wood fires are prohibited throughout the park. – Wikipedia

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Written by Aracely

Co-founder of TwoBackpackers.com. Aracely has been traveling, writing and taking photos since 2021, when she departed on his first year long travel backpacking journey. When she isn't seeking new adventures, Aracely is usually building Excel models as a financial analyst professional. Visit my website

3 Responses to “Photo of the Day: Nature in Torres del Paine Patagonia”

  1. Brough says:

    Beautiful, Patagonia is on my list of places to travel to in 2021.

  2. Magda says:

    Did you get good weather? I tried to do full circuit last year but it rained for 4 days straight (there was even a snow storm!). It was the middle of Patagonian summer, but I guess you can never be sure about the weather in this part of the world.
    Torres del Paine is one of the places I really want to go back to.

    • Jason says:

      We did get really lucky with the weather. And I say lucky because it can change rapidly in that park. It was freezing and rained the first two days. After that, the weather slowly improved each day, leading up to a wonderful day at the towers.

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