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20 Best Torres Del Paine National Park Photos

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We are living in a beautiful world but don’t know where is the best natural place for our refreshment. Are you interested to know where is beautiful places? I think there is no better place to visit than a national park. Searching you can get many national parks that can be famous all over the world but Torres del Paine national park in Chile is definitely one of them.

In addition to that, this park is particularly attractive for tourists as well as photographers. You will get all the amazing features of this park, which you should know before planning to visit. Here is a list of 20 best Torres del Paine national park photos never seen these before.

Here Are 20 Best Torres Del Paine National Park Photos

1. The Magellanic Subpolar Forests

Torres Del Paine National Park Photos
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Are you planning to visit the national park? Don’t forget this park name. It is an area of over 2,400 square kilometers (935 square miles). Visiting this park you get natural flavors.The park is situated between the Magellanic subpolar forests and the Patagonian Desert in Southern Chile.

2. Three  Distinctive Granite Peaks

Three  Distinctive Granite Peaks
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As far as I know, it was established in 1959 and named Torres del Paine National Park. It is easily recognizable thanks to its three distinctive granite peaks of the Paine mountain range which is an eastern spur of the Andes. The peeks reach almost 2,900 meters (9,500 feet) above sea level.

3.  Strikingly Green, Lush Vegetation.

Strikingly Green, Lush Vegetation.
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What was your research on? The France valley is designed by strikingly green as well as lush vegetation.

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If you follow this picture, there are four of them like Valle Bader, Valle del Francés (French Valley), Valle Ascencio, and Valle del Silencio. Undoubtedly, it is an amazing park in the world.

Moreover, if you see our image deeply, you will find the striking granite spires and mountains of the massif are separated by small valleys. 

4. Shield Mountain

Shield Mountain
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In the Valley of Silence, It is considered as the world’s massive granite walls of Cerro Fortaleza and Cerro Escudo Shield Mountain. That stand face to face in the western part of the park.

5. Torres Del Paine River Park

Torres Del Paine River Park
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This park is not only a simple area but it also boasts of many beautiful lakes, ponds, streams, and rivers.

If you follow our picture then you will more clear that some drains into Última Esperanza Sound via the Serrano River with its unique sinuous water flow.

6. Waterfalls and Rapids

 Waterfalls and Rapids
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Can you imagine how it has made?  In the world, there are many amazing places created by god own hand, it is one of them. The feature of this part is really wonderful.

You can see some of the rivers feature spectacular waterfalls and rapids, creating sceneries that no photographer can resist.

7. Deep River and kayaking.

Torres Del Paine National Park Photos
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Do you like boating? It will be the best place for you. It is a real picture of this park, you just follow this image and see the main river flowing through the park is the crystal clear Paine River which rises from the Dickson Lake and a glacially-fed lake located in the northern portion of the park. It is a famous area for its river´s deep, wide lower and kayaking.

8. Near of the Waterfall

Near of the Waterfall
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In the vicinity of the waterfall, there is a variety of natural vegetation forms as well as individual wildlife species. It is a way to the Del Toro Lake where the Paine River ends. It falls into the Pehoe Lake where it forms a magnificent waterfall known as the Salto Grande.

9. Biggest Lake Area Park

 Biggest Lake Area Park
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It is the largest lake with a surface area of 22 square kilometers. Observing some tourists named Pehoe Lake and considered it another popular spot. There are various flora and fauna species, including grazing wild Guanaco in the upper reach of the lake watershed.

10. Perfect Weather for Animals

 Perfect Weather for Animals
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Guanacos are considered as the most common animals found in the park. These camelid mammals native to most South American countries stand up to 1.2 meters at the shoulder and usually weigh about 90 kilograms (200 pounds).

11. Guanacos are hunted by another animal

Guanacos are hunted by another animal
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Do you know guanacos are hunted by another animal species typical of the Torres del Paine National Park -the puma? As I know, these difficult predators are so hard to track and observe that even local biologists are not sure about the exact numbers of their population. The calculations suggest there might be between 50 to 100 pumps in the park.

12. The Species’ Original Global Population

The Species’ Original Global Population
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The park is home to numerous other mammal species including the endangered Chilean Huemul, a species of deer native to the mountains of Argentina and Chile. The report of the International Union, the protection of nature, the species’ original global population is estimated to have suffered reductions of 99% with just hundreds of remaining specimen left.

13. Birds fans

 Birds fans Torres Del Paine National Park
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Are you a bird’s fans? This is the pale where birds fans can admire numerous bird species including 15 birds of prey such as the Andean condor, rufous-tailed hawk, cinereous harrier, Black-chested Buzzard-eagle or Magellanic horned owl. It is one of the largest birds places in the world, the condors love soaring high above the park peaks.

14. Beautiful Vegetation Park

Torres Del Paine National Park Beautiful Vegetation Park
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The park is also adorned with beautiful vegetation, including the evergreen Embothrium coccineum, which produces vivid red flowers grouped in corymbs.

15. Striking shapes and vivid colors Park

 Striking shapes and vivid colors Park
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It is another flower typical of local mountains which is Calceolaria sunflowers. It is an amazing park for its striking shapes and vivid colors, resembling funny puppets.

16. Visit the Park on Sunny Days

Visit the Park on Sunny Days
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Who doesn’t love natural places in the world? It is a famous park for its wonderful look. Every year millions of people visit this park for their refreshment. If you are planning to visit this park.

The best season to visit the park is from October to April, that means you have to come spring and summer in the southern hemisphere.

Although, the park is open all year round. This season is perfect for all and has more sunny days with less rain and more than 16 hours of natural light every day.

17. Stay in The Park After Sunset

Stay in The Park After Sunset
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If you happen to be in the park after sunset, you will not regret it either. The twilight provides the landscape a unique, magical appearance that is worth seeing.

18. The Opinion of Park´s Tour operators

The Opinion of Park´s Tour operators
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The operators of the park tour say that it is one of the most amazing ways to explore the park is via horseback riding. Visitors can choose from 2-hour to 10-day trips.

19. The Park Offers Perfect Conditions for Tourists

 The Park Offers Perfect Conditions for Tourists
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In most of the cases, this park offers excellent conditions for hiking too. There are certainly indicated paths and many mountain huts which provide shelter and basic services. It doesn’t matter what way of transport you choose, breathtaking panoramas and unspoiled nature can be found all around.

20. Unique Ecosystem Park

Unique Ecosystem Park Torres Del Paine National Park Photos
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Thanks a lot to its unique ecosystem and overflowing fauna and flora species. In 1978, the park was designated a world biosphere reserve by UNESCO.

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In 2010, I made my professional career for a suitcase, sold all my things and started a trip around the world. Now I am a full-time traveler and, at the same time, I share advice about myself, my home and my life, love and luggage balance.

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