Winter in Frozengonia
5 Winter Days of Trekking in Torres del Paine
THERE ARE MANY REASONS WHY YOU SHOULD VISIT TORRES DEL PAINE NATIONAL PARK IN THE WINTER.
Sure the temperatures are extreme, but if you come well equipped and with the right mind set, nothing will stand in the way of you falling in love with this autral-most wonder of the world.
First, you will have the park all to yourself. Imagine a place visited by 300,000 tourists per year empty itself during 4 months. Less people also means more chances to make wild encounters. In effect, puma and huemul deer sightings are more common during this time of the year. If you like winter sports, this is your time, as you will be walking on ice and snow. Crampons are on the required gear list. Additionally, although the temperatures drop considerably, wind gusts do soften and strong winds are almost non-existent during the winter. Surprisingly enough, the sky is clear and the sun shines more often than not. These conditions are excellent for photography, as sun rises later and its light reaches the snow-caped Paine massif horizontally all throughout the day. Finally, low season means lower rates.
5 Trekking Days
Park Entrance Fees
4 Nights in Huts
+ Full Board
1 Professional Guide
Private Vehicle & Driver
Now off to the French Valley! We have all day to reach the Italian campsite and adventure ourselves up the French Valley, between the imposing Cuernos mountain formation and the impressive French hanging glacier. Whatchout for avalanches! Night spent at Refugio Paine Grande.
DAY 5: Catamaran on Lake Pehoé
**And the adventure doesn't stop here. For those of you fully equiped who want to brave the cold and pitch a tent in the snow, we have what you are looking for! Check out our Paine Winter Trek option.
CONTACT US to organise the complete W circuit around the Paine massif.
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