Earlier this year, I had the opportunity to spend 12 days trekking around Patagonia – it is truly a gorgeous place – Mountains, Glaciers, Guanacos and Sheep galore! I loved the Chilean side a tad bit more, however, the views were pretty stinkin’ spectacular throughout the entire trip.
We spent roughly 6 days trekking around Mount Fitz Roy in Argentina and another 6 trekking the W route in the Torres del Paine National Park.
Most of the hikes averaged 10 miles a day – I’ll just say the calories from steak and other mystery meats eaten every day were put to good use! The itinerary essentially looked like this:
I didn’t spend the time to document day by day activities (probably a blessing for readers), but hope you enjoy the views! I did my best to illustrate the vastness of the area. All images taken with an iPhone X.
My favorite pic is the one with the sheep butts :-). (and yes, that is whiskey and glacier ice – nothing better after a long-ass day of hiking).