Day 3: Dickson a Campamento Los Perros
This was a cool grey day with drizzle here and there, but the forest trails were pretty flat and we had our first glimpses of striking glaciers.  After about 4½-hours, we arrived at the more rustic Los Perros campsite.  It had some freezing cold showers and Matt traded some of our dried food snacks for hot out-of-the-oven dinner rolls that the cap guard had baked. Then, Matt left with our trekking friend Catilyn to explore the surrounding glacier and lake. He returned with a water bottle full of calafate and other edible berries. These made our morning oatmeal just a little more delicious! Because of the rainy weather in this area, the campsite overseer had built a nice fire inside the refugio area. A pretty relaxing spot in the thick wooded and damp forest.  Day 3: Dickson a Campamento Los Perros
This was a cool grey day with drizzle here and there, but the forest trails were pretty flat and we had our first glimpses of striking glaciers.  After about 4½-hours, we arrived at the more rustic Los Perros campsite.  It had some freezing cold showers and Matt traded some of our dried food snacks for hot out-of-the-oven dinner rolls that the cap guard had baked. Then, Matt left with our trekking friend Catilyn to explore the surrounding glacier and lake. He returned with a water bottle full of calafate and other edible berries. These made our morning oatmeal just a little more delicious! Because of the rainy weather in this area, the campsite overseer had built a nice fire inside the refugio area. A pretty relaxing spot in the thick wooded and damp forest.  Day 3: Dickson a Campamento Los Perros
This was a cool grey day with drizzle here and there, but the forest trails were pretty flat and we had our first glimpses of striking glaciers.  After about 4½-hours, we arrived at the more rustic Los Perros campsite.  It had some freezing cold showers and Matt traded some of our dried food snacks for hot out-of-the-oven dinner rolls that the cap guard had baked. Then, Matt left with our trekking friend Catilyn to explore the surrounding glacier and lake. He returned with a water bottle full of calafate and other edible berries. These made our morning oatmeal just a little more delicious! Because of the rainy weather in this area, the campsite overseer had built a nice fire inside the refugio area. A pretty relaxing spot in the thick wooded and damp forest.  Day 3: Dickson a Campamento Los Perros
This was a cool grey day with drizzle here and there, but the forest trails were pretty flat and we had our first glimpses of striking glaciers.  After about 4½-hours, we arrived at the more rustic Los Perros campsite.  It had some freezing cold showers and Matt traded some of our dried food snacks for hot out-of-the-oven dinner rolls that the cap guard had baked. Then, Matt left with our trekking friend Catilyn to explore the surrounding glacier and lake. He returned with a water bottle full of calafate and other edible berries. These made our morning oatmeal just a little more delicious! Because of the rainy weather in this area, the campsite overseer had built a nice fire inside the refugio area. A pretty relaxing spot in the thick wooded and damp forest.  Day 3: Dickson a Campamento Los Perros
This was a cool grey day with drizzle here and there, but the forest trails were pretty flat and we had our first glimpses of striking glaciers.  After about 4½-hours, we arrived at the more rustic Los Perros campsite.  It had some freezing cold showers and Matt traded some of our dried food snacks for hot out-of-the-oven dinner rolls that the cap guard had baked. Then, Matt left with our trekking friend Catilyn to explore the surrounding glacier and lake. He returned with a water bottle full of calafate and other edible berries. These made our morning oatmeal just a little more delicious! Because of the rainy weather in this area, the campsite overseer had built a nice fire inside the refugio area. A pretty relaxing spot in the thick wooded and damp forest.  Day 3: Dickson a Campamento Los Perros
This was a cool grey day with drizzle here and there, but the forest trails were pretty flat and we had our first glimpses of striking glaciers.  After about 4½-hours, we arrived at the more rustic Los Perros campsite.  It had some freezing cold showers and Matt traded some of our dried food snacks for hot out-of-the-oven dinner rolls that the cap guard had baked. Then, Matt left with our trekking friend Catilyn to explore the surrounding glacier and lake. He returned with a water bottle full of calafate and other edible berries. These made our morning oatmeal just a little more delicious! Because of the rainy weather in this area, the campsite overseer had built a nice fire inside the refugio area. A pretty relaxing spot in the thick wooded and damp forest.  Day 3: Dickson a Campamento Los Perros
This was a cool grey day with drizzle here and there, but the forest trails were pretty flat and we had our first glimpses of striking glaciers.  After about 4½-hours, we arrived at the more rustic Los Perros campsite.  It had some freezing cold showers and Matt traded some of our dried food snacks for hot out-of-the-oven dinner rolls that the cap guard had baked. Then, Matt left with our trekking friend Catilyn to explore the surrounding glacier and lake. He returned with a water bottle full of calafate and other edible berries. These made our morning oatmeal just a little more delicious! Because of the rainy weather in this area, the campsite overseer had built a nice fire inside the refugio area. A pretty relaxing spot in the thick wooded and damp forest. 

Day 3: Dickson a Campamento Los Perros

This was a cool grey day with drizzle here and there, but the forest trails were pretty flat and we had our first glimpses of striking glaciers.  After about 4½-hours, we arrived at the more rustic Los Perros campsite.  It had some freezing cold showers and Matt traded some of our dried food snacks for hot out-of-the-oven dinner rolls that the cap guard had baked. Then, Matt left with our trekking friend Catilyn to explore the surrounding glacier and lake. He returned with a water bottle full of calafate and other edible berries. These made our morning oatmeal just a little more delicious! Because of the rainy weather in this area, the campsite overseer had built a nice fire inside the refugio area. A pretty relaxing spot in the thick wooded and damp forest.