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Patagonia in April

Postby Guy Cooper » Sun Jan 29, 2012 6:57 pm

Hi Everyone,

I am planning a trip to Patagonia for April/May and was wondering if folks here know if trekking in Los Glaciares and Torres Del Paine is still doable this time of year?

Also, does anyone know about the projected weather this winter re la nina etc? If they get a winter anything like ours I should be good to go!

Thank a lot for any advice regarding backpacking in Patagonia this April/May. Any advice on more off the beaten path stuff would also be great.

Thanks!



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Re: Patagonia in April

Postby Guy Cooper » Tue Mar 27, 2012 8:23 pm

Well, I'm gonna be heading down there in 7 days and counting! I thought you folks would be full of valuable insight, but I guess I'll have to come back and share my experience with everyone, but by then you'll all be up in the High Sierra! I'll be back just in time. Ciao!
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Re: Patagonia in April

Postby maverick » Wed Mar 28, 2012 2:14 pm

Hi Guy

Looking forward to seeing your pictures, and TR of Torres Del Paine! I hope that the
fires in the park did not damage the park to badly, though it doesn't sound good.
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