One of the best national parks to view beautiful nature
This national park is located in southern Chile on the immediate outskirts of Puerto Natales. My family of 4 did a long day trip of this national park. Nature’s beauty can be appreciated at several sp...
Hard to explain what makes this place so wonderful... the landscapes seems coming directly from a fantasy book and every hill you pass provides you postcards sceneries... One of the most beautiful pla...
Torres del Paine National Park is a beautiful nature park
In Torres del Paine National Park we take a nice walk to the Cuernos viewpoint, the closest possible location to fully admire the mountains. The sun has since removed a lot of clouds, but unfortunatel...
We were lucky enough to do the W Trek early March just before the National Parks were closed & Argentina went into lockdown. It was an unforgettable experience. Would advise traveling as light as poss...
We can find a lot of dead trees in Torres del Paine National Park, we can use those dead trees to composite a powerful image
Sunrise in the beautiful Torres Del Paine National Park, in Patagonia, Chile. We hiked through the night to catch sunrise here. One of the most unforgettable moments.
The mountains are beautiful, but those around El Chaltel in Argentina are even better. Moreover, in Torres del Paine you need to pay 30 US$ to enter the place. After paying that we were told that we could not use the trails because we arrived after 11.00. Everything in the park is extremely expensive. In El Chaltel the trails are all free to use.
Glacier Grey Glacier, a large glacier to the west of the Patan National Park in Patagonia, South. It is very suitable for winter in the northern hemisphere, because it is just summer and the temperature is warmer.
In order to make the walking process comfortable, we chose to take the boat to the Grey Glacier. The wind there is terrible, you stand at the bow, and it can blow you to the stern. I have been crying and laughing when the walk has not started yet.
Because we are walking from W West to the east, the glacier is the starting point. However, Figure 1-8 does not need to walk, as long as you can see it (well, in fact, still need to take a one-way 50 minutes or so). However, if there is a baby who wants to go to Baine, he can choose not to walk for a long time. It is also suitable for people who hate walking. The scenery of
Fig. 9 is only visible to people on foot. To be honest, when I was there, I was probably physically and mentally devastated. I completely felt that the scenery was good. Looking back at the photos today, I feel mixed. ~ That's really, almost step by step magical blockbuster, and the more you go east, the more beautiful. The west is dark and the east is glamorous.
Today, when the glacier melts at a speed visible to the naked eye, it is really time to hurry. If you wait until the age of 80, it is estimated that it no longer exists.