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The Valley Entrance to the Left Leg of the "W" Trek
South America

The left leg of the "W" trek begins with a well-formed trail that runs in this bowl-shaped valley before climbing out to skirt around the foot of Cerro Paine Grande by Lago Grey. It is relatively low in the "wow" elements for at least the first third of the trail.

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Tags: lago pehoé; guarderia; cerro paine grande; cuernos del paine; torres del paine
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