Hostal Coloane

Ignacio Carrera Pinto 596, Puerto Natales, 596, Chile
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Latest bus from PN to Torres del Paine

by jtnhogs

Can someone please tell me the latest bus that departs Puerto Natales going to Torres del Paine? My wife and I are arriving from El Calafate and hope to continue onward to Torres del Paine on the same day.

I expect we'll be in Puerto Natales by 1300 or so. Is there a bus that will depart for Torres del Paine later than 1300?

RE: Latest bus from PN to Torres del Paine

by babajaga88

I think there are no line buses from Puerto Natales to Torres del Paine (which is a National Park). People usually stay in P.Natales and take a tour for a day to the Torres. If you want to stay in the park (camping or in a very expensive hotel), maybe your hotel can pick you up at Natales or you can take a taxi (I'm guessing, but I don't think you'll find a line bus to there).

RE: RE: Latest bus from PN to Torres del Paine

by babajaga88

Thinking again... there must be a way for all the backpackers to get to the Torres... (I only did the one day tour), but it would probably be better to spend one night in Natales anyway.
Good luck!

RE: Latest bus from PN to Torres del Paine

by vtveen

Hi
I think (suppose) it must be possible to geta bus to the National park in the afternoon. We came by bus from El Calafate with 'Cootra' and I'm not sure but there is in my opinion a connection with a bus to Torres.
Try to e-mail them cootra@cotecal.com.ar
Jaap

RE: RE: Latest bus from PN to Torres del Paine

by jtnhogs

Thanks for the replies. We will likely stay overnight in Puerto Natales and catch the first bus to TdP the next morning.

Safe travels!

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Animals of the park

by ezaguryk

An interesting company that offers the park are the Guanacos, ñandúes and Condors.

-The cóndor male does not survive long time without their woman!!!!!!
-Ñandúes, the females pass almost all their life pregnant, and the man is the one who takes care of Kids!!!!!
-Guanacos, seem to be like a llamas but they are not, the kids are call chilangos.

Una interesante compañia que ofrece el parque es la de los Guanacos, ñandúes, Condors.

-Los cóndor machos no sobreviven mucho tiempo sin su mujer!!!!!!
-Ñandúes, las hembras pasan casi toda su vida embarazadas, y el hombre es quien cuida las crias!!!!!
-Guanacos, a sus crías se las llaman chilangos.

Parque Nacional Torres del Paine

by ezaguryk

The National Park Towers of the Paine, declared Patrimony of the Humanity, is without a doubt one of the most beautiful and moving places of our planet. This is a spectacular park, remote and mysterious.

PAINE means blue, name that gives to the Indians tehuelches

In this park you have many wonders that you must visit, like: Paine cascade, the Horns of the Paine, the Towers of the Paine, Salto grande, Salto chico, glacier Grey, Pehoe Lake.

El Parque Nacional Torres del Paine, declarado Patrimonio de la Humanidad, es sin duda uno de los lugares más hermosos y sobrecogedores de nuestro planeta. Este espectacular parque, remoto y misterioso.

PAINE significa azul, nombre que le dan los indios tehuelches

En este parque tienes muchas maravillas que visitar, como:
Cascada Paine, los Cuernos del Paine, las Torres del Paine, salto grande salto chico, glaciar Grey, Lago Pehoe.

TORRES DEL PAINE : SUGGESTED ROUTE B

by swesn

As you can imagine, there are many ways of doing the hike, it really depends on the number of days you can afford, your fitness and interests.

Naturally, if you have injured yourself, you should try to head to CAMP PEHOE, which is your best bet to get help to head back.

DAY 1 : Do not camp at CAMP LAS TORRES. Hike with your main backpack all the way to either CAMP CHILENO or, if you can endure longer, to CAMP TORRES about 1.5 hours more.

DAY 2 : Staying the night at CAMP CHILENO or CAMP TORRES will give you the chance to hike up to LAS TORRES early in the morning when the morning sun directly spotlights LAS TORRES. Truly a magnificent view!

But this means, that you either spend today, hiking down with your gear to camp at CAMP LAS TORRES.

Or, you can hike down and do everything in ROUTE A / DAY 2 to reach CAMP ITALIANO.

This is possible during summer when the days are longer and if you are very fit and have high endurance.

DAY 3 : If your last camp was CAMP LAS TORRES, do the same as ROUTE A / DAY 2.

If you last camp was CAMP ITALIANO, REST today. You deserve it after the very tough hike yesterday. This camp-site is great, anyway.

DAY 4 : Same as ROUTE A / DAY 3.

DAY 5 : Hike the easy route to CAMP PEHOE and endure all the way to CAMP GREY, by the terminal face of GLACIER GREY or CAMP LOS GUARDAS, some 2 hours north.

DAY 6 : An early morning rise to see the royal blue of the glacier. Should be amazing!! Then, head down to CAMP PEHOE.

DAY 7 : Hike south around Lago Pehoe to CAMP LAS CARRETAS for the night.

DAY 8 : Head to SEDE ADMINISTRATIVA for the bus-ride back to Puerto Natales.

Remember : Listen to your body. Do what your physical fitness allows. This is NOT an expedition. This is NOT a competition. This is NOT an ego-race.

ENJOY!

Lago Pehoe

by ezaguryk

Its blue emerald or plomizo green color gives account of the virgins of its waters. The color of the water is because it comes from glaciers and the minerals contained give that color him

Su azul esmeralda o verde plomizo dan cuenta de lo vírgenes de sus aguas. El color del agua es debido a que viene de glaciares y los minerales contenidos le dan ese color

Gateway to Torres del Paine National Park

by RedoxSim

"Torres del Paine National Park"

The scenery in this National Park is simply breath-taking! Mountains, lakes, glaciers, flowers, etc. Unforgettable.

"Torres del Paine National Park"

View from the park administration area. The granite mountains form an imposing backdrop.

"Lago Grey and Glacier Grey"

A half-day side trek to the main Paine Circuit, the trip towards Glacier Grey MUST NOT be missed. When the glacier comes into view as you approach it, the heart just pounds with exhilaration. The sheer beauty of it just washes over you.

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