Glacier Laguna Torre Trail - Chalten - Argentina
Glacier Laguna Torre Trail: In the Argentine Patagonia almost at the end of the world, in a town of 300 inhabitants called Chalten, you can visit glaciers in places that have very little human presence. The walk lasts about 6 hours from the village and you have to take everything to camp, since there is no support there.
To move there you have to take a plane to Buenos Aires (about 9 hours), another plane from Buenos Aires to Calafate (three hours more to the south). And finally in a vehicle (about four hours more) until chalten. All an adventure and an authentic Glacier at The End of the World. It is located in Los Glaciares National Park, in Argentine Patagonia.
View of Torre Hill and Torre Glacier ( Cerro Torre & Glaciar Laguna Torre ) You can not see the birth of the Glacier because it is more than 30 km from this place. Hiking on the glacier is forbidden. There is no presence of park rangers and control authorities. It is a very aggressive and rugged place,
Cerro Saint Exupery
The mountain on the right is called Cerro Saint Exupery. In homage to a French aviator pioneer of commercial flights in Patagonia in the decade of the 30s of the 20th century.
Cerro Torre - Tower Hill
Iceberg floating on Laguna Torre
There is an iceberg floating in the lagoon, due to the glacier's disconnection. This photo is taken in December, at the beginning of summer. At night temperatures reach 10 ° C below zero in summer
Glaciares National Park Pics
The iceberg is present all year. In winter the lagoon freezes.
Frontal view of the glacier. as close as we could get. It can be noticed that the color of the ice is not white but BLUE. This is due to the compression of the ice mass during the journey from birth to the lake. The ice's journey takes about 300 years. The river of ice can move one meter per day
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6 thoughts on “Los Glaciares National Park: Glacier Laguna Torre Trail”
Thought thos.come were the floating islands of pandora
Cool place bro. did a bird make off with your binoculars and you didnt realise yet?
Near Torres del Paine, which I believe is further towards the end of the world.
Muy buena nota