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Torres del Paine: Elias & Team Trek Into Los Perros Camp

Good evening from "Los Perros Camp". Our third day marked a before and after on our trip; the start of the journeys along the less crowded "back side of the park" which is walked by a fraction of a percentage of the visitors, the narrower and more primitive trails, the more frequent but also elusive fauna (indigenous ducks, woodpeckers or owls were seen along the path...) are now our territory. But it also marked a change in the weather, which has confined us to our tents since we arrived to camp. Being in Patagonia, is a synonym for mysticism, and glacial lakes, towering peaks and dense forests wouldn't be the same without its clouds, misty rain and restless winds. With the gradual climb that we started in the morning, we arrived at the highest camp of all where we'll spend a night. Not too wet, and in great spirits, we had dinner under the covered structure that the park service erected here, and we're now headed to bed in anticipation of the big day ahead tomorrow. More to come from our adventure, RMI Guide Elías de Andres Martos and team

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Sounds like y’all are having a lot of fun! I hope it’s not too rainy and that you’re getting some incredible pictures :) I am so jealous of everything y’all have achieved so far! Go Mommy!!! Xoxo

Posted by: Allie on

Lucy - Sounds great, except for the wind and rain and clouds and altitude and the “start of our gradual climb” and being “confined to our tents”, of course.  I am sincerely hoping this isn’t guide-speak.  I know you are loving this and are truly in your element.  We miss you and I anxiously await your return and the rewards of St Barth.  Much love, C

Posted by: Carter on

Oh, how I love hearing about your adventures! Take lots of puc’s and soak up the peacefulness. xo, Mimi

Posted by: Mimi on

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