Patagonia Camp is in a secluded location surrounded by Lenga Beech forest on the shores of Lake Toro. Upon arrival we have been warmly greeted and after a really scrumptious lunch we have been taken to our yurt. A view throughout the lake to Torres del Paine mountains meant the setting was image excellent. A scorching tub constructed right into a small deck with equally gorgeous views made it really feel all of the extra particular/particular person.
From our heat and really comfy base we headed off on quite a lot of walks and treks. One such hike had us trekking up by way of snow coated forest trails to a look-out over Glacier Grey. Very robust winds as we approached the excessive level of the path meant we didn’t get to ‘look-out’.
One of many highlights was the ‘Peninsula’ stroll by way of the lands, a former Estancia, of Patagonia Camp, while not a ‘basic’ Patagonia hike it was a assorted and most fulfilling stroll of some 16km. On the drive to the beginning level our gaucho driver noticed a skunk – with an enormous smile on his face he introduced ‘Pepe le Pew’. Our information suggested me to not get too shut (I had no intention of getting too shut as I knew they deter undesirable consideration by sending stream of foul smelling spray).