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Invierno – Sendero W – Torres del Paine (5D/4N) (WWNAT)
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5 Dias / 4 Noches
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Puerto Natales (PNT), Chile 
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Día 1 Transfer Natales – Parque – Caminata a Lago Pehoe
Temprano tomaremos un transfer privado por camino de tierra con destino al Parque Nacional Torres del Paine. Una vez en el parque nos dirigiremos a la administración, desde comenzaremos una caminata hasta llegar al Refugio Paine Grande, ubicado a orillas del lago Pehoe. El sendero sigue el curso del Rio Grey, con buenas vistas del macizo montañoso. Disfrutaremos de un picnic en el camino.
(2 horas en transfer privado, 5 horas de caminata) (BL-C) (Noche en Refugio Paine Grande. (calefacción y agua caliente en los baños)

Día 2 Caminata de ida y vuelta al Glaciar Grey
Empezaremos el día temprano caminando hacia el Glaciar Grey. En un principio nos introduciremos por el cañadón de los vientos para comenzar a ascender (200M) hasta la laguna negra, donde tendremos las primeras vistas del Campo de Hielo Sur, con sus innumerables montañas sin ascensión. Seguiremos avanzando entre bosques y ríos, hasta el mirador del glaciar. Aquí almorzaremos esperando, si la suerte nos acompaña, un desprendimiento desde la enorme pared frontal del glaciar. Nos devolveremos por el mismo sendero, con vistas del Cordón Olguín y el Paine Grande, hasta el Refugio, donde dormiremos por segunda vez.
(8 horas de caminata ida y vuelta, 22KM) (D-BL-C) (Noche en Refugio Paine Grande. (calefacción y agua caliente en los baños)

Día 3 Caminata ida y vuelta a el Valle del Francés
Comenzaremos nuestra excursión bordeando por 2 horas la cara sur oeste del Paine Grande, la mayor altura del parque, pasando a través de bosques de notros y coihues (Nothofagus Bethuloides), para llegar al puente colgante del río Francés y tener las primeras vistas del glaciar colgante. Desde este punto ascenderemos (300M) entre un auténtico jardín natural japonés por una hora, atravesando bosque de lengas y ñirres, para llegar al mirador del Valle del Francés donde tendremos una vista panorámica de las montañas y lagos. Almorzaremos en el mirador esperando una avalancha del glaciar colgante o simplemente observando los Cuernos (2600M), Cerro Espada (2400M) y Cerro Fortaleza (2800 M). Nos devolveremos por el mismo sendero hasta el Lago Pehoe, donde pasaremos la ultima noche en el mismo Refugio.
(7 horas de caminata) (D-BL-C) (Noche en Refugio Paine Grande. (calefacción y agua caliente en los baños)

Día 4 Caminata a administracion - Transfer a Sector Serrano
Comenzamos este día temprano, caminando de vuelta a la administración del parque, en donde tomaremos nuestro transfer con destino al sector del Rio Serrano. Aquí alojaremos en un cómodo refugio con excelentes vistas de la montana del Paine y a orillas del rio.
(6 horas de caminata, 30 minutos en transfer privado) (D-BL-C) (Noche en Cabana Serrano) (Calefaccion central y duchas agua caliente)

Día 5 Caminata Mirador de las Torres – Transfer a Natales
Temprano tomaremos el transfer atravesando el parque en dirección a la estancia Las Torres. Desde aquí comenzaremos la caminata a través de increíbles bosques de lengas (Nothofagus Pumilio), glaciares y cascadas para continuar subiendo por una enorme morrena terminal llegando a un mirador (900 metros) con excelentes oportunidades fotográficas. Estaremos rodeados de 3 gigantes torres graníticas (2850 metros), y una laguna, de aguas lechosas, provenientes de la erosión causada por el hielo. Disfrutaremos de un almuerzo frente a este increíble escenario. Desde este punto comenzaremos a descender por el mismo sendero hasta llegar al sector de la estancia Las Torres donde tomaremos un transfer privado a Puerto Natales.
(1.5 hora en transfer, 8-10 horas de caminata, 2 horas en transfer privado) (D-BL)

NOTA SOBRE EL ITINERARIO:
Aunque haremos lo posible por seguir el itinerario explicado anteriormente, éste está sujeto a cambios, debido al clima o a otros eventos inesperados fuera de nuestro control.

 
Mountain Lodge (Refugio) Paine Grande

Todos los Refugios de montaña usados en nuestros viajes, se encuentran estratégicamente ubicados y con excelentes vistas. Cada habitación tiene 3 camarotes (6 camas en total) y son con baños compartidos fuera de la habitación, incluyen duchas con agua caliente.

Paine Grandes es el mas moderno y grande de todos los refugios, ubicado a orillas del Lago Pehoe, tiene acceso a Internet y un bar ubicado en un segundo piso con excelentes vistas de los Cuernos y del Macizo Paine Grande. Es el punto de llegada del Catamarán que cruza el Lago Pehoe, y comienzo de las caminatas al Valle del Frances y al Glaciar Grey, parte del circuito y del sendero de la W.


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Tyndall Cabins

Ubicado a orillas del Rio Serrano y cerca de la frontera del parque nacional, provee a los huespedes una vista increible del macizo Paine. Las cabañas cuentan con 2 habitaciones, una de ellas puede tener cama matrimonial o twin y baño privado y otra habitacion con camas twin y baño compartido. Tiene calefaccion central y una terraza para disfrutar el final de un dia de trekking, o para simplemente admirar el paisaje.


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INCLUYE
-Todo el transporte privado indicado en el itinerario
-Entrada al Parque Nacional Torres del Paine
-3 Noches en refugio de montana (piezas con camarotes y colchón)
-1 noche en Cabaña (2 piezas con dos camas y baño compartido)
-Utensilios de cocina y campamento
-Porteadores para llevar la carga grupal (carpas, comidas y utensilios de cocina) (1 porteador cada 2 pasajeros, el porteador llevara un máximo de 18K, el resto se dividirá entre los participantes y el guía)
-Todas las comidas especificadas en el itinerario (D: desayuno, BL: picnic, C: cena)
-Guía profesional (idiomas ingles-español)

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NO INCLUYE
-Cualquier noche adicional
-Costos médicos
-Seguros de cualquier tipo
-Ítems de naturaleza personal
-saco de dormir y colchoneta
- Bebidas alcohólicas
-Porteadores para transportar cosas personales, (porteadores disponibles a USD 500 por los 5 días, peso máximo 15K, generalmente adecuado para dos pasajeros)
-Propinas para guía y porteadores

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CLIMA

El clima en Patagonia es un factor muy importante a considerar. La temperatura máxima alcanza los 20 C° en verano y desciende los 0° en invierno. La sensación térmica que produce a veces el viento hace que la temperatura ambiental caiga de 6 a 7 grados. El agua presenta normalmente temperaturas de entre los 4 a 5 grados Celsius.


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Winter W Trek in August
 
Chile Nativo was top notch: highly organised and very professional. Everyone we dealt with was absolutely first rate. Also we had to change our dates by one day because of a strike in Argentina that cancelled our flight to El Calafate. They rearranged everything for us and figured out bus schedules etc (non-trivial because there was not a direct bus from Calafate to Natales on the day that we needed one under the new schedule)

The 5 day Winter W Trek itinerary was perfect. We wanted good long hikes and beautiful Patagonian scenery, and that is exactly what we got. Our Guides were fantastic. While in retrospect could have easily done the W trek unguided I found a lot of value in having Mauricio as a guide. 1) He was very knowledgeable about the area. 2) He knew how to time our hikes so that we were sure to get to our destinations (and got us all the way to the British Lookout in French Valley–substantially further than the plan in the itinerary). 3) Choosing hikes based on the weather to maximize views, etc. 4) Excellent knowledge of flora and fauna. 5) Great sense of humor. 6) Not having to cook was quite a luxury.

 
Julin
August 2014
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The winter experience
 
Although we were initially in a bit of sticker-shock from general Patagonia organized trek costs, we were very happy with the value that our Chile Nativo trek ended up having. Everything from the itinerary to the food to the transportation was well-organized and comfortable, and we were able to have a nice balance of a rugged trekking experience with certain little luxuries that made the trip more relaxing and enjoyable. One of the nice things about the itinerary during our trek was its flexibility- obviously a lot of what we did depended on the weather and other external factors, but our guide made sure to check in with us about what we wanted to do and what we were feeling up to as the trek continued.

Our guide, Mauricio, was amazing. Not only was he very knowledgable, experienced and attentive as a guide, but he was also just lots of fun to hang out with and easy to spend 5 days with. Because our trek was only 3 people including the guide, we were curious how that dynamic would go...but it was always comfortable, fun and easy-going. Mauricio also did a great job of showing us the sights, critters, and unseen spots in the winter, and he always challenged us to go a bit further. It was always worth it!

Booking our trek with Chile Nativo was easy, worth the price, and helpful to first time Patagonia visitors. Being able to trek Patagonia in the winter with Chile Nativo was a big plus as well, and it led to a lot of unique and amazing experiences. Our very first day of full trekking was a clear, cold, and sunny day, and we decided to head up the French Valley. Thanks to Mauricio's knowledge and experience, we were able to put in a full day of hiking and make it all the way up to the Britanico viewpoint. The snow seemed pretty untouched and it seemed like we were the only ones who had made it up there this winter, and without any other people around, it was very surreal and beautiful. An exhausting but amazing day that was very, very worth the hard work!

 
Lauren Wagner
August, 2014
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Aventura na Neve!
 
Nossa experiencia com a Chile Nativo não poderia ser sido melhor. Optamos por ir ao Parque Nacional de Torres del Paine no inverno por ser uma época diferente e com um visual que não temos aqui no Brasil. Fizemos nossa viagem em um periodo de pouca frequencia no parque e nos deparamos com diversas dificuldades, desde a preparação e escolha dos materiais e equipamentos necessarios até, durante a trilha, que estava com muita neve e que dificultava nosso deslocamento. Mas com a experiencia e o conhecimento que a empresa possui da região, além de toda a atençao que recebemos do Gonzalo, passamos por tudo com muita tranquilidade e pudemos aproveitar o passeio ao maximo, sem sustos e sem problemas. Tivemos a sorte de ter o proprio Gonzalo como guia, e que, na minha opinião, foi fundamental para nossa total satisfação. Todos os detalhes foram muito bem preparados, começando pela personalização do passeio, nosso transporte de El Calafate até a divisa com o Chile, os lanches durante as trilhas e a nossa estadia nos hoteis. É uma região com uma beleza incrivel, e o visual de inverno nos fez ter mais certeza de que vamos voltar e fazer tudo de novo.

 
Janderson Taguchi
Agosto, 2008
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Inverno nas Torres del Paine
 
Percorrer Torres del Paine no inverno foi uma experiência incrível. A vista era arrasadora para qualquer lado que olhássemos... Por perto árvores repletas de neve, a frente o sol refletindo os cristais gelados, mais longe montanhas com relevo inusitado, as luzes do inverno austral, enfim, tudo muito diferente do mundo daqui! Se já não fosse perfeito assim, quando uma nevasca passava por nosso caminho ou quando a trilha era invisível sob a neve, a experiência do Gonzalo, nosso guia, tornava tudo mais seguro e confortável... com suas "frutas glaceadas" e sopas quentinhas. Sem dúvida, vou lembrar pra sempre com muito carinho dessa viagem, e que venham as próximas!

 
Marília Piccinini da Carvalhinha
Julio 2008
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Honeymoon in Winter
 
A trip of a lifetime -- with huge thanks to Gonzalo, Rebecca, and Pato! We enjoyed all the food -- trail mix, soups, coffee with Bailey's, avocado, home-baked bread, and smoked salmon. We liked Gonzalo's suggestions for our challenging trekking routes; he was also looking out to make sure our activities were safe given daylight and weather conditions. We really appreciated the 'extras', such as the maps we received, the trekking poles he brought for us, the drop-in visit to Explora, the visit to the Chile Nativo office in Puerto Natales, and the Chile Nativo DVD! Pato was a great driver and we are glad that he was able to join us for some of our hikes.

Gonzalo was a fantastic guide -- very energetic, knowledgeable, and his passion for Patagonia was evident throughout our entire tour! We also appreciated that he contacted us on the day we arrived from Punta Arenas.
Your care and thoughtfulness in designing an itinerary that maximized our experience in Torres del Paine was the reason we decided to choose Chile Nativo. After a fantastic tour, you have proven to us that you were the best choice!

We did compare the cost of a winter trek with some other operators; Chile Nativo was more expensive but we knew that we were paying more for a better experience with you, so in the end, your price was very reasonable. After our trip, we are certain that the little extra that we spent for Chile Nativo was totally worth it! We would recommend you to all of our friends and will be posting positive comments on some websites such as TripAdvisor, etc.

 
Rory Baksh
june 2008
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