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wandern
abseits des Weges
schlammig
scrambling
steinig
14 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!

26 days ago

Mostly flat trail, well maintained and easy. The only obstacle is the wind. We apparently got lucky and the wind was ONLY blast rain on our face but didn’t blew us off the trail.

wandern
2 months ago

No wind today, just rain!

wandern
2 months ago

Nice hike with good views, on a good weather day you can visualize the glacier that is 15km away, weather conditions can be harsh. Get to see beautiful icebergs and cross a strong suspension bridge

wandern
2 months ago

Incredible experience. Got caught in a snow storm on New Year’s Eve! Can get very windy, tie down your tent first or it may blow away! Can be done comfortably in 3 days

Jolie ballade dans la ville avec les montagnes en toile de fond.

wandern
7 months ago

Easy walk to lookout to view the Glacier and ice bergs

wandern
7 months ago

I only managed to get 2/3 of the way up as the last part was too steep for someone who has a fear of heights. My husband went all the way to the top and said it was extremely windy but amazing view.

wandern
8 months ago

Great views of the Fitz Roy peak and El Chalten town for a relatively short hike. The trail is mostly sandy with relatively quick elevation gain but is clear and easy to walk and follow. We only went to the Mirador Condores and not Aguilas. The summit was quite windy. This would be a great place for sunrise photos as the peaks appear warm and coppery; sunset is backlit but also fun to watch as the shadows lengthen across the town. We also drove to the information center at the foot of the hill near midnight to watch the stars since there is less light pollution than in town.

wandern
kein schatten
8 months ago

Extremely windy walk along the Grey Lake beach. You get a great view of a piece of calved glacier sitting relative close to shore while the Grey Glacier is very distantly in the background. If you walk to the eastern edge of the trail before it turns north, this is where the glacial ice gets washed ashore - you can pick up pieces on the beach. Just don’t get blown away!! FYI, the trail head is at the end of the road, not at the Lago Grey hotel that is under development. There is a nice cafe at both the hotel-to-be, as well as at the trail head.

wandern
steinig
überwachsen
9 months ago

Fantastic hike with amazing views along the way! We had great weather (dry, sunny, chilly) but it was super windy along the top and was quite dangerous at times. We extended this route to make longer when other connecting trails became clear. Would highly recommend, not too difficult but some challenging ascents that are worth the climb!!

wandern
9 months ago

Very steep climb to top of ridge essentially without switchbacks. view of the Paine Massif from the top is extraordinary. also great views into the Patagonia icefield. i don't know how it got labeled as an "Easy" hike. It's not. it's short, but the climb up is hard. Totally worth it, though.

wandern
10 months ago

Very nice, easy and peaceful walk.

Can be very windy. The glacier looks like an ice cube compared to glacier Perito Moreno but the walk on the peninsula is nice and makes you feel you walk on a beach.

wandern
10 months ago

Beautiful lookout. Can be windy.

wandern
10 months ago

Nice town

wandern
10 months ago

Beautiful

wandern
10 months ago

Super trail. Not crowed at all while gives a fantastic view over the Paine massif. A lot of guanacos on the road.

Beautiful !!!

wandern
Wed Jan 09 2019

Amazing hike. It’s an easy hike without the winds. We had 80km/hr winds hitting us and that was the most difficult. We were here on Jan 2018 and we were told that during their winter, there’s less chances of wind but it’ll be colder with snow. U get to see the view of the horns, base Torres and different peaks at the top - weather permitting. Your first view will be the amazing waterfall. Warning: This place would not be recommend for little kids because winds would absolutely blow your kids away! :)

gehen
Mon Jan 07 2019

Took a nice Xmas Eve walk about the town. Went down to the port then continued along the water then cut thru Nuevo Natales back to the church. Went to Xmas mass at the church there, preceded by happy hour at the resto/bar/shop across the street, then hit the pizza place right after mass for a nice dinner. That worked out quite well, what a great intersection...it has everything we needed on Xmas Eve!!

Sat Dec 08 2018

Even with 85+km wind gusts or maybe because of them this was a great and exhilarating hike to a viewpoint that is nice but not awe inspiring. It’s more on the easy than moderate side. Without wind it would definitely be easy. Starts with a pretty waterfall. Not at all crowded when we went in the late morning.

Sat Nov 24 2018

The wind was howling but that made it an experience. Take the time to do this. The view IS Torres del Paine!

wandern
Sun May 27 2018

Moderate ups and downs here to get to the wonderful stromatolites, bacterial formations that date back almost 3.5 billion years, some of planet earth’s oldest living things. Beautiful turn around - with the Devil’s Horns right there to greet you.

Sun Dec 31 2017

nice views. wondered off the main path. exploring was fun

wandern
1 day ago

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