Los Torres is a 12 mile moderately trafficked out and back trail located near the city of Torres del Paine that features a river and is rated as difficult. The trail is primarily used for hiking and is accessible from October until May.
The 12 miles hike to Los Torres is breathtaking! A river running through a beach forest in a deep valley ends at a glacial lake in front of huge rock towers. An sight you will never forget. The trail starts up a fairly steep hill and then goes along the valley with beautiful views. A river tumbles along below and you soon get to beautiful beach forests and cross a bridge to a camp. Continue on with mountains above you, and the creek next to you as you walk through this beautiful beach forest. In March,the colors were starting to turn. Head uphill through a talus slope and soon the spires of Los Torres come into view. Top the rock field and drop down to the glacial lake in front of the spire. Just soak it in. We were lucky to have a clear day and little wind, a big plus.