Torres del Paine National Park is a UNESCO World Biosphere Reserve, as well as one of the most pristine and remote places on earth. The granite towers of Paine make a sudden and dramatic appearance on the horizon in the midst of a flat, dry, wind-swept Plain. Despite the almost constant winds, this is some of the finest trekking country in Chile. Endowed with severe mountains, sparkling lakes, waterfalls and glaciers, as well as herds of guanacos, majestic condors, flocks of pink flamingos and large Patagonian hares, the park's international attraction is immediately evident. Once a large sheep ranch, the park was established in 1959 as Parque Nacional Lago Grey.
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"A big thanks to Erratic Rock for giving me my third trekking vacation in Patagonia! The treks are always surprising and the guides are always accommodating.
I love Torres del Paine National Park..."
- Megan Stirando