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Mirador Cerro Dorotea

Ruta 9, Puerto Natales, Chile
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Nice warm up hike for a great view

You are probably thinking of doing this because you have a day to kill. Not a bad idea, the hike up... read more

Reviewed 15 January 2017
panicmanual
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Toronto, Canada
Amazing view, easy hike!

The small tour starts at the foot of the rock on a farm's land. After crossing some fields the path... read more

Reviewed 6 March 2016
AnnaFelizitas
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Durham, United Kingdom
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15 Jan 2017
“Nice warm up hike for a great view”
6 Mar 2016
“Amazing view, easy hike!”
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Ruta 9, Puerto Natales, Chile
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Reviewed 15 January 2017

You are probably thinking of doing this because you have a day to kill. Not a bad idea, the hike up is steep and not terribly interesting but the view at the top is beautiful. Take a cab out there and get the family who...More

2  Thank panicmanual
Reviewed 6 March 2016

The small tour starts at the foot of the rock on a farm's land. After crossing some fields the path starts its way up to the Cerro. Up there you have an amazing view all over Puerto Natales, the sea and the mountains!!

2  Thank AnnaFelizitas
Reviewed 10 December 2015 via mobile

The hike is truly beautiful. However, in order to begin the trek up you need to pay a fee at a residential home which serves as its entrance. It is there that we discovered several chained dogs that appeared to be very malnourished. Please help...More

4  Thank daswimster
Reviewed 12 November 2015

Beautiful view from the top. I had some trouble with finding the path in the beginning but this whole hike is such a unique experience. You get to see all of Natales from above, the channel of last hope and even the snow covered mountains....More

4  Thank Meghan M
Reviewed 2 October 2015

Try riding a horse, or doing a trekking... looking up the sky and the funny clouds upon your head with the cold patagonian wind. Certainly, something to do it again!.

2  Thank Bernardat
Reviewed 13 August 2015 via mobile

This is a gem! To get there, we took a 10 minute taxi ride from our hostel to the start of the hike (it cost about $3,500 as of Aug., 2015). The hike begins on a farm apparently owned by two friends that live at...More

4  Thank Ecfiliano
Reviewed 4 January 2015

We cycled out from Puerto Natales to reach this mirador. The entry fee (which is a bit steep) is charged by the farm owners and gives you access to the path up the mountain and tea and biscuits after. The trek up the mountain is...More

1  Thank bphoenix
Reviewed 14 March 2014

This was the perfect activity for my gropu since we only had 1 full day in Puerto Natales but wanted to spend some of it outdoors. It was a very cheap (less than $20 roundtrip) taxi to get out there but then unfortunately we had...More

3  Thank Thomas L
Reviewed 24 February 2014

The hike go up strongly in the 1st half of hour and then more lightly. Don't forget to taste all the berries here(calafate, churos, mirtilles) and to search for morrels and orchidea... View from the mirador worth the effort and at return, a cup of...More

1  Thank Monpetit
Reviewed 18 February 2014

Fun hike, only takes an hour or so to hike to the top. (You have to pay a fee before heading up which seemed bit superfluous/annoying...as this isn't exaclty Torres del Paine). Walk through a field up big hill, through pretty forest...they you arrive at...More

1  Thank HClowd
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