Patagonia: Torres del Paine, Cerro Torre, Chile and Argentina
How this trip happened: Colleen is my old roommate. Carolyn is her cousin who writes for the Lonely Planet and she was heading out on assignment for the Trekking in the Patagonian Andes guide. I hadn’t talked to her in 2 years but thanks to FaceBook and Colleen we reconnected, November 12, 2008. Within 3 weeks we had our plane tickets.
Why have I spent so much time making this “just for fun” video? Before the trip when I looked online for quality home videos of peoples experiences in the park, I didn’t find anything of substance. I just wanted to tell people a bit more than what’s already out there and inspire others to explore that part of the world. My main reason – to have a keepsake from our adventure, and to show my family what my trip was all about in a fun and entertaining way.
Read all of Carolyn’s South American Adventures, including posts on our trip here: http://carolynswildblueyonder.blogspot.com/
Carolyn – Lonely Planet
Meg & Dave – Carolyn’s friends Traveling from New Hampshire
Additional friends will be introduced along the trail.
Video and Editing – Meg
Photos – Carolyn and Meg
First Trek: 8 Days 7 Nights – The Full Circuit in Torres del Paine National Park
Part I: Hosteria Las Torres to Seron -> Dickson
Part II: Dickson to Perros -> John Gardner Pass -> Glacier Grey -> Paine Grande
Part III: Pine Grande -> Cuernos -> Chileno -> Torres -> Natales
Quick Recap of the Argentina part of this adventure: El Chalten, El Calafate, The Fitz Roy and Cerro Torre