Patagonia Trek Team hikes to Laguna de los Tres Lake

After breakfast, they followed the trail and had a close encounter with two Magellanic woodpeckers. A little later, they enjoyed a fantastic view of the “Piedras Blancas” glacier and lake. They stopped at a small hut to enjoy lunch and continued hiking up a steep rocky trail to Laguna de los Tres LakeEveryone is happy. They took mandatory pictures and headed down to the town of El Chalten to enjoy massages and a nice dinner at our hotel.
Team members are doing well and send their best to family and friends.
More soon!

The Team at Laguna de los Tres
Laguna Capri
Piedras Blancas Glacier

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