Full Paine and Glacier Grey Excursion

Hello, friends! Our first full day in Patagonia was spent on the Full Paine excursion offered by Las Torres. They describe it as the best way to get the fullest introduction to Torres del Paine National Park, and I definitely agree! We began the day walking over the Puente Negro (Black Bridge) and then went on to the NordenskjΓΆld Lookout, the Sarmiento Lookout, Lake PehoΓ© and the Salto Grande waterfall. 

Letters Are Lovely | Full Paine and Glacier Grey Excursion
Letters Are Lovely | Full Paine and Glacier Grey Excursion
Letters Are Lovely | Full Paine and Glacier Grey Excursion
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Letters Are Lovely | Full Paine and Glacier Grey Excursion
Letters Are Lovely | Full Paine and Glacier Grey Excursion
Letters Are Lovely | Full Paine and Glacier Grey Excursion
Letters Are Lovely | Full Paine and Glacier Grey Excursion

After a wonderful lunch at a camp site we went on to the southern shore of Lago Grey. There we hiked across the lake and up to a viewpoint where you could see Grey Glacier. Afterwards we hiked back down and boarded a catamaran to get an up-clsoe view of the glacier. It took an hour to get to there, and then we we spent an hour viewing three sides of Grey Glacier. It was truly beautiful. We learned that Grey Glacier connects to the massive Southern Patagonia Ice Field β€” it really is impossible to describe its size. One hour later we took a short hike back to the car and we were headed home for the evening! This ended up being one of our favorite days of the entire trip. We had beautiful weather and got to see so many wonderful views of the park in a really short amount of time. Thank you Las Torres! 

Letters Are Lovely | Full Paine and Glacier Grey Excursion
Letters Are Lovely | Full Paine and Glacier Grey Excursion