Torres del Paine, Chile
Gunnar Heilmann
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Chile Torres del Paine

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Well the best spot to get the mountain range - the Torres ;-)

Photography Tips

Well mostly you get clouds and its mostly luck you have to see the open sky .. more dramatic will be it with the clouds ;-) just wait 10 minutes.. the weather is changing very quickly!
Spot Type Outdoor
Crowd Factor A decent amount of people
Best Timing Summer
Sunrise & Sunset 08:33 - 17:23 | current local time: 08:16
Photo Themes glacier Lake Mountains rock formation Turquise

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Spot Comments (2)

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Cs Siswanto
Cs Siswanto 04.11.2019
Incredible shot. How far do you need to hike to get to this location?
Jakob Kühne
Jakob Kühne 24.03.2020
In Google Maps Janet Lei wrote a great comment for your question. Janet: "We did this hike with our 11-month-old baby in a hiking backpack. I would say this hike pushed us right up to our very limits and I wouldn't want to do anything tougher than this. That said, I would do the hike again if it was our first time. There were a lot of people on the trail when we went, and we were never alone. It is imperative to wear STURDY WATERPROOF shoes that go over your ankles, as you will be hiking IN a stream (not along, I do mean IN the flowing water) for about 15% of the total distance. The last scramble was not as bad as I'd anticipated, but obviously very tiring. The most dangerous part, in my opinion, is the first part of the descent over the rocks - GO SLOWLY. It took us 9 hours round-trip, including lunch, photos at the viewpoint, and two nappy changes (once at the camp right before the final ascent, and once at Refugio Chileno on the way down). The view at the top was amazing and there's lots of space to sit for lunch. It wasn't that windy, though there were a few snowflakes on the way up. For those with babies going up, you can use the bathrooms for free for nappy changes, just ask the staff (who speak English). We opted to do it on a picnic table outside for space reasons, and it wasn't that cold." Source Link: https://goo.gl/maps/yvLw3U6pTQKiFtmn7 Other people wrote things like: ~23km, ~1,090 (Karen C. | Source Link: https://goo.gl/maps/mYw16Adph1NbrGEt5)

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