Torres del Paine National Park, in Patagonia, Chile 19 May 2017
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A guanaco crosses the river in Torres del Paine National Park; the most impressive sight in the Chilean south. The uninhabited park is crowded with glaciers, lakes, mountains and rivers. It is named after three distinctive granite peaks, located in the park, which stand tall at 2,500 metres above sea level. Some of the most magnificent walking trails in the world can be found here. See the stunning scenes for yourself on Insight Guides' Wild Patagonia trip.
This article was originally published on 13th September, 2015