Laguna Toro

Laguna Toro, El Chalten: Address, Laguna Toro Reviews: 4.5/5

Laguna Toro
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Alicia P
Austin, Texas, United States26 contributions
It looks like something out of a magazine
Mar 2018 • Friends
Gorgeous spot to relax in the sun and maybe eat your lunch. If cold water doesn't bother you, the waters look so inviting.
Written 30 April 2018
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Lucio Plorutti Dormal
Chascomus, Argentina43 contributions
Hyrule
Dec 2017
This sublime hyke is not for beginners, for the path tends to fade into marshes and streams, deep woods and slopes fo all sorts. Yet, if you dare take the left hand path on your way to Pliegue Tumbado; you´re in for a real treat. Few to none dare walk these paths, and the scenery is something out of fairytale folklore. I revisited The Legend of Zelda, Final Fantasy and other role playing atmospheres during my lonesome walk to Laguna Toro. Three Thumbs Up.
Written 6 February 2018
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conehead
Washington DC, DC118 contributions
Did a 3-day hike to Laguna Toro and Laguna de Los Tres...snooze
Mar 2016 • Solo
Laguna Toro can be done as a day hike, or part of an unchallenging, 3 day circuit that also goes to Laguna de Los Tres. I was there in the end of March. It was chilly, so people were largely staying in their tents. It was cloudy, so the views were crap. And the hike to the Laguna was flat, through a forest, and lacking views. Chalten was redeemed after doing the Huemel Circuit. Loma de Pliegue Tumblado is a WAY better day hike, though definitely more challenging. If you are fit, go for the latter.
Written 29 April 2016
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maureen m
Reno, NV49 contributions
Laguna Toro, WInds Pass and the S. Continental Ice Field
Mar 2015 • Couples
We hiked for 6 days / 5 nights around Mt. Fitzroy and Cerro Torre and Laguna Toro was our last stop. We hiked up to Winds Pass which was rigorous but worth the effort. The hike is an adventure with a zip line and a river crossing. On our ascent, we passed Tunel Glacier amongst others to reach Winds Pass were we saw the Southern Continental Ice Field. This is an other worldly vista point and it is one of our most spectacular hiking highlights.
Written 22 July 2015
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