For many years I've wanted to see this iconic mountain range in the south of Chile. Finally I've made it happen. Pictures and videos of this place don't portray the fact that you're battling non-stop hurricane-force winds pretty much the entire time you're here. It's unfortunately that this place has become just a bit too popular. It's expensive, there are busload after busload of tourists pouring onto the trails, and I've never been in a more tightly regulated national park in my life. Jacky and I discovered the best way to take in the views and escape the mobs of people with selfie sticks was to get an overpriced car rental and roam the roads just outside of the park. This particular view was quite awesome and it's not marked on any map as a point of interest in the park. That being said, we were the only people here when I shot this photo! I'm currently in a van on a 3 week road trip from Punta Arenas to Puerto Varas, Chile and am looking forward to seeing more remote places and sleeping under the stars.