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Grail trail, it was muddy in some areas but the final view simply astonishing.

If you’re lucky enough to be here then you’re lucky enough.

This was probably my favorite hike on the circuit - make sure you keep going all the way to the top. Super special hike

Did the trail in december. Best hike I've ever done. Give plenty of time for the hike because the towers can be obscured by fog. We waited ~30 minutes for the fog to clear up. Definitely go.

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1 month ago

Worth every mile.

Most beautiful hiking I’ve done. Campgrounds were so remote, it was amazing to be so disconnected and within nature. A destination I would return to any day.

Awesome trek. Got lucky with the weather. A slight rain the first morning and hardly any wind. We camped at Grey , Francis and central . Not like backpacking the AT because every night you have food drink and showers available at the campgrounds. Highlight was the towers. No wind and not a cloud in the sky it was unbelievable!!! We were there the first week of March 2020.

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3 months ago

Very windy!

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3 months ago

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3 months ago

This trail is also the first part of “Horns Lookout Trail”. There is a small parking lot at the trail head.

Amazing 5 days walking the W from West (Grey/Paine Grande) to East (Central). A bit windy around Paine Grande to Grey, had some clouds and fog up the Frances valley with poor visibility, but very clear around Torres and mild temps the whole trip. Didn't have reservations either so if you have your own gear or if your hiring everything, it's easy to find sites if you get to a site relatively early in the afternoon. If not, seems easy to sneak in and stealthily set up among the other campers

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3 months ago

Last day of the W trek. Only to the first view of Grey Glacier as the wind was a bit blustery.

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3 months ago

The view is worth the climb; but the flies sap the pleasure of it. Trail is well- maintained for the first half, less so at elevation. Basically straight climb up with stairs until the last 500 meters of dusty exposed rock. Quite a lesson in nature’s rejuvenation after the 2008 eruption. Freaky to see gas escaping near the summit. Weirdly it was (much) hotter at elevation than at the start. Bring plenty of water.

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3 months ago

Extremely boring hike for 6km up but you will be rewarded with an incredible view. Pack a picnic!

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3 months ago

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