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All reviews tough hike worth every step las torres day hike wear proper dress in layers worth the effort trekking poles miles round trip take your time great hike awesome views mountain peaks great weather bucket list park entrance puerto natales
It is definitely a challenge but the view (on a clear day) is pretty amazing. If you're reading reviews here then you don't need me to tell you how beautiful it is. The real question is: is it really that hard? The hike is doable...More
Started from Hotel Las Torres, it took us 4 hours to reach Mirador Las Torres. A lot of climbing but at the end amazing view. Worth all the efforts. We did the whole trail without any tour. The trail is well marked. The last hour...More
Hiking was a bit challenging. We needed our crampons as it was early in the season and there was still ice and snow. Considerable efforts necessary - it is truly worth the work to experience the views.
What a beautiful sight to see after a long hike up A LOT of rocks! We lucked out and had great weather (early January 2019). There were others who started their hike at 2:00 a.m. hoping to catch the amazing sunrise hitting the peaks only...More
It is a long drive from Punta Arenas. More than half of the trip is on easy, paved roads. The other half of the trip is on dirt road with lots of pot holes. They were in the process of paving a large portion of...More
Definitely you must be there before sunrise to witness mists xoming out of the towers that emerging slowly above the ridge enlighted by silver moonlight. Then as sun is going up the tips of towers start to burn with red light…. really outstanding view !
Response from 84huberts | Reviewed this property |
Yes, that is very much possible. You can for example visit amazing viewpoints, and go to glacier Grey by boat. The main road gives great views on the mountains, and there are some road branches to explore as well.