Patagonia Treak 2019 – START OF “W TREK” IN TORRES DEL PAINE NATIONAL PARK

Hello everyone!
The team crossed the border from Argentina to Chile and was welcomed with awesome views of the entire Torres del Paine Massif on a perfect clear day. They checked-in at EcoCamp and after spending one night in the cozy domes, they started the world famous “W Trek”. The team hiked to the French Valley. Not much of a view due to the clouds. However, during the return hike to the Paine hut, they could see the rocky peaks known as Espada, Hoja, Mascara, Cuerno Norte and Punta Bariloche. Team members are doing well and looking forward to hiking to Grey glacier tomorrow.
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