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wandern
eisig
käfer
schlammig
schnee
scrambling
steinig
3 hours ago

The backside of the “O” is limited to 80 per campsite. There were only 40 in our group. The views at Dickson and the top of Paso John Gardner are magnificent. The Patagonian weather treated us to everything. Rain, wind, snow, and occasional sunshine. On the trail you will be challenged to stay dry and warm. Make sure your waterproofing is good. I encountered mud, water, ice, Lenga tree roots (major trip hazards), wicked wind, scree, and the awful steps descending the pass. (My 65 year old knees protested these.) However, you will be treated to unique landscapes found nowhere else in the world. It’s worthy of being called one of the best hikes in South America.

Beautiful, moderate hike. We took the 11am catamaran across to Paine grande and starting our hike to refugio grey. Ascent took about 3.5 hours. We stayed the night at Refugio Grey. The next morning we hiked to the second of the 3 suspension bridges and back to refugio grey. Round trip, that was about 3 hours. We heard hiking to the third bridge is not worth it. The views from the second bridge were incredible. Cross the second bridge and continue about 10 minutes to an incredible look out (there is a sign with a camera on it). We then hiked back to refugio grey, ate lunch at refugio grey then headed back to Paine grande. Descent took us about 3 hours. We made the 5pm catamaran easily then took Bus Sur back to Puerto Natales.

wandern
7 days ago

This was one of the most beautiful hikes I have ever done. The first part is very steep uphill. It then becomes more flat but still many uphills. The last part is at a very steep upward incline in very rocky and wet conditions. Trekking poles are advised if you are carrying a heavy pack. The view is so worth the hike. About halfway up there is a shelter with bathrooms for a small cost, water and even a lunch place with drinks. This is a very heavily trafficked hike so expect crowds in high season. We were able to do this as a day trip from puerto Natales using Bus Sur and the shuttle from hotel Torres. Email the hotel for the shuttle schedule. We did the hike in about 7 hours. Great visitors center at the trailhead with water, drinks and snacks.

wandern
7 days ago

Majestic. It is simply one of the most incredible treks around.

AMAZING!!!

I'm sure a lot will disagree, but my impression was "Meh" of the back side. The backside is less "crowded" but still has 100+ people per campsite during peak season. The loop is beautiful, but more so the "W" portion. The only thing the O has to offer is for people to say "no, I did the O Loop, the whole thing." The loop is not a must do for those who backpack frequently. The loop is more for those who need a more catered too experienced, with beer/beds/shops/music along the way.

Best backpacking trail you will ever do. It was phenomenal. Views around every corner, can’t stress how amazing this was! We did it in 8 days/7 nights which divided it up perfectly. My phone actually said 80 miles at the end of it. You cannot beat trekking in Patagonia.

Incredible trek! We had better weather than expected until the last day. Otherwise perfect.

Trail is at a gradual incline throughout. Start out by passing through a small valley before getting to a viewpoint of the water. Continue up until you see your first glimpse of the glacier. The hike was increasingly windy but manageable. The last portion follows along a stream and for some part you have to descend down a wash. Eventually you get to the camp. Another 20 minutes north of the camp is a great overlook of the glacier where you can eat lunch. It’s a nice hike but probably the least exciting of the three day hikes along the W. But a must do. 1/6/20

rucksacktour
schlammig
20 days ago

excellent trail with stunning views. weather can turn on a dime so be prepared. last leg up to the Torres a bit of a scramble but otherwise not too technical.

rucksacktour
schlammig
schnee
scrambling
steinig
20 days ago

Beautiful scenery and hike. Very well marked trail. Be prepared for all types of weather. Full review/guide here: https://ananavati.com/posts/torres-del-paine-o-trek/

wandern
abseits des Weges
schlammig
scrambling
steinig
20 days ago

Dientes Del Navarino has been one of the best trails i have been on, specifically for how challenging it can get! - We did the hike in 3 days (recommended in 5 days). - We were extremely lucky with the weather. - We had great weather on Day 1 and 2, but got some rain on the last day, where we did the hard Paso Virginia and the descent to the road through the rain forest. - There are two brochures with the map. Please get the new one, where markers are as so: DN (strech) / (marker number) for example: DN1/1 which means Dientes del Navarino Stretch 1 Marker 1. However, the old one is useful as well as it has pictures and better descriptions. The brochure provided has GPS coordinates which is useful, however, they provide it in DMS format ( most devices and phones use Decimal Degrees for latitude longitude. ) - ConAF has really not done much to maintain this path, but are working on it The signs and cairns are perfect until marker DN5/3 after which they seem to disappear. Day 1 has a very long traverse along a mountain, with some slippery areas. It was challenging without rain. Definitely do not start this hike if there is rain. Day 2 was relaxed. We recommend the campsite at DN4/2 instead of at Laguna Esconditas. Day 3 - We combined 3, 4 and 5 in one day. Got lost after DN5/3 due to poor signage, and used an older all trails route. Not recommend. Very steep, climbing 75° ledges while pulling yourself up holding the plants on the aside. The pass itself was tiring but great as we didnt have wind. Later on after the fun but scary descent into los Guanacos, we decided to go all the way to the road. it was raining, and we went through a slushy rainforest. We followed the signs, with disappeared in the forest. There were no cairns, and i had to rely on footprints to see if people walked in certain places. So many fallen trees (due to beavers) that it got painful after a while since the path was not marked at all after DN6/3. Extremely slippery, more so in the rain. Once again Ive to say, this final leg by far is very dangerous - you'll be fine only if you bring out your inner Tarzan or Indiana Jones. This path is very muddy and slippery, goes very close to edges, and traverses along the river with fallen trees that you have to navigate around. Well, bushwhack! Please experience this trail, but go with a guide. Or do your research, wear good shoes, have sticks , carry a GPS and a good tent. Carry extra food and plan with buffer days. Ultimately, despite all the issues, this has been my most exciting and adventurous and challenging trail yet!

Started on the trail at 10 and had to be back by 4 to catch the boat so we only had 6 hours and were unable to go to the end of the trail. The trail was pretty gradual in incline and not too technically channeling except to navigating the trail at times that was completely mud filled. The one person at a time suspension bridge slowed things down because of a long line of group hikers. We stopped and had lunch about ten minutes north of Camp Italiano and just missed a large avalanche off the glacier. There were great views of the glacier and equally great views of the surrounding mountains and turquoise lake on the way back to the boat because the weather cleared, after an hour of bad wind and rain in the morning and cloudy skies for the early afternoon. A really great place to hike as the mountain views were unforgettable. 1/5/20

wandern
schlammig
29 days ago

Rain, wind and muddy. This is definitely an easier hike. But the views of the glacier and the catamaran ride close to the glacier, beautiful flowers make it so worth it.

A bucket list trek. Gorgeous views and a family-like atmosphere among hikers. One of the best serviced multi-day hikes out there with tents and sleeping bags for rent (or even dorms), running water, toilets, showers as well as mini markets and ranger stations. Having said that, this is more of a glamping experience with crowds around you rather than measuring if you’ve got what it takes to survive in the wild. Good to note that when choosing your Patagonia adventure. Book in advance!!

wandern
1 month ago

wandern
schlammig
1 month ago

wandern
schlammig
steinig
1 month ago

Hiked through rain for the first 2 hours and then got lucky with the rest of the day — very windy, but sunny!! Beautiful wildflowers the whole way!

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