We returned to Patagonia last year to do the O circuit trek we didn’t get to do the first time due to the permit system. If you go, get everything booked super early or you won’t get them. This time around we were prepared but unfortunately had to call the trek short after just one night. My wife was pregnant at the time and she was feeling some unusual feelings so we had to go get everything checked. By the time we were ready to continue after the doctor told her she was fine, we had missed our window to stay in the planned campgrounds due to the expired reservations. It was a pretty huge blower since the trek was the main reason we came back. Instead we spent that time camping in the park and doing day hikes which I really didn’t mind as I took some of my favorite shots to the date during those few days. Will be sharing a couple of them soon.
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