Travel Photo of the Day from Torres del Paine National Park in Patagonia Chile.
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Patagonia travel triggers visions and feelings of extreme adventure for trekkers around the world. You’ve seen the pictures on-line and you’ve heard stories about the unpredictable weather, vast glaciers, snow capped Andes mountains and the dramatic reward of hiking in Patagonia. Are you ready to hike one of the most renowned treks in the world? […]
During our Full Circuit Trek at Torres del Paine Patagonia, Chile, we hiked off path for an hour to the top of Valle de Frances. Valle de Frances is the middle leg of what forms the “W.” If you can endure it, there is a hidden trail that continues to lead up the mountain past […]
If you are planning to travel patagonia and visit Torres del Paine National Park in Chile, you will inevitably arrive to Puerto Natales. Lying next to the cloudy turquoise glacier shores of Seno Ultima Esperanza, extreme wind conditions are common. It’s a small town with most buildings only a single story with the main street […]
In this travel photo Aracely captures the perfect natural landscape that represents Patagonia best. Taken while trekking Torres del Paine in Chile.
We know we have given you this photo on our Travel Photo of the Day series before, but it is my personal favorite flower picture and I just had to included it in our flower and plant week. Foxgloves are also called Witches’ Gloves, Dead Men’s Bells, Fairy’s Glove, Gloves of Our Lady, Bloody Fingers, […]
We walked by this massive body of ice just before going over the John Garner Pass in Torres del Paine Chile, which is the most feared section of the full circuit trek. It looked as though it was going to fall on top of us.
On day nine of our trek we hiked to Las Torres look out point in the dark to wait for the sun to rise and light up the towers. It was the perfect ending to our visit to Torres Del Paine National Park.