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Hotel had organized a day trip from one ranger station to another around the lake. It was an easy hike. We saw a lot of animals and a few falcons as well. The hike is easy though, so if you are looking for something challenging,...More
This lake presents a wonderful opportunity for a not-too-difficult hike, and for observing geological rock formations and calcium deposits. The banks/shorelines are white from the calcium deposits. Lake Sarmiento is located at the South Entrance to the park, the least used entrance. It has a...More
We had a phenomenal day of hiking around the like.
It was sunny but really windy! The wind made the hike a little more challenging (it's pretty flat) but made the lake absolutely gorgeous. For those doing day hikes around the park, this is a...More
We stayed at Tierra Patagonia, which is located close to the shore of the lake and from our room we had the chance to see the lake and Torres del Paine in the background, at sunrise, at sundown and during the day - it is...More
We walked around the shore as part of a guided walk. This is a unique lake and has the right conditions for a specific one celled organism to thrive. It has a white coral like band around the shore and is one of the only...More
This Lake is not glacier-fed as so many other lakes in the park are, so is much clearer, and a deep, beautiful blue. It is also one of only a few places in the world with the right conditions for a particular one-celled organism to...More
This is one of the larger lakes in the area. It is unique because it has some unusual took formations that are impressive. There is a casual trail that can be take down to the water. It seemed to be an area protected from the...More