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Torres del Paine: Safety

Torres del Paine National Park offers a relatively safe “extreme zone.” Trails are well marked, the trail waters are drinkable, there are no poisonous snakes or bugs, transportation is reliable and aside from there not being a proper Search and Rescue in Torres del Paine, all police and park services are ready to help you in case of an emergency. Phones and radios can be found at the refugios and hosterias that are located all around the park. The closest hospital (3 hours away in Puerto Natales) offers only minimal services. Real hospital facilities are in Punta Arenas, 6 hours away.

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17 Mar 2009




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