Patagonia, torres Del Paine

Cycling provides the perfect mode of transport for exploring the more remote corners of Torres del Paine National Park and I highly recommend it, our group below
                                                                                                                                                                                                      Our Mountain bike trip was organized by Tierra Patagonia, a top hotel below.
Looking inside out, they provided the entire bike event which was great
We rode about 15 miles this day and saw some of the more remote corners of Torres del Paine National Park, the group below.
Whether you peddle past Laguna Azul (Above) on dirt tracks, or whizz along the single track of the hunters of Carretas trail, you will be treated with great panoramas from the start, while traveling at a pace at which you can hear the birds and surprise the guanacos.  

Traffic free with the dirt and gravel roads connecting up various lakes and estancias and offer a really relaxed way to enjoy views of the Paine range.  So we were driven to a great start away from the limited amount of traffic to start our adventure.  We rode to explore the Eastern lakes of Laguna Azul and Cañadon Macho with the Torres del Paine as your backdrop,

 

Brace yourself for a thrill as you pedal through the landscapes of Cañadón Macho on this biking excursion. amazing waterfalls and river 

After visiting the waterfalls and canyon we hopped on our bikes and headed off for more sights, like the one below.

 

The area is heavily populated with guanaco, with sentinels watching out for the herd on the top of the hills.

In the background, is the Three Towers and they pierced the sky as we headed towards the hotel.

 

We rode to this very cool lake

 

and then started for home 

You can opt to cycle all the way back to Tierra Patagonia, or jump back in the support vehicle when you’re ready to rest – the choice is yours. A few shots along the way

 

 

We choose to stop at about 18 miles 

Whether you peddle past Laguna Azul on dirt tracks,

or whizz along the single track of the hunters of Carretas trail, you will be treated with great panoramas from the start,
while traveling at a pace at which you can hear the birds and surprise the guanacos or it surprises you and it did surprise us.  The little guanaco ran smoking fast through our group
 

We enjoyed traffic free riding on dirt and gravel roads and enjoyed how they connected up the various lakes, sights and estancias and biking offered a really relaxed way to enjoy views of the Paine range –  for certain .

 

Explore the Eastern lakes of Laguna Azul and Cañadon Macho with the Torres del Paine as your backdrop,

In the background, the  Three Towers pierce the sky as we head towards the hotel.  One can also ride between Puerto Natales and Torres del Paine  as some intrepid travelers do as shot from my car window and other photos from the trip below