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Pull off, but track is now blocked by giant stone piles and a trench. can still park but only about 50m down the track. rec for cyclist/moto only Magnificent views of the fjord and the opposite snow-capped mountains. Visit of a small colony of king penguins in the "Parque Ping?ino Rey" at S 53.46092 W 69.30595. Admission: 12,000 chil pesos / person..
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We arrived on a Friday night. Backed up to the berm/trench. It was peaceful and perfect. The next morning a truck arrived and parked right next to us. They carried their camping gear over the berm and set up camp between the two. Then a few hours later another truck arrived, and drove right around the berms and set up a camp down the way. No one bothered us, but we definitely weren’t alone.
Tip- if you park here, turn around so you can drive out even if others arrive. (actually you should always do that)
looks like they don't want cars here anymore. giant piles of stones and also a trench dug to disable the road along the beach. still very nice for cyclists/motos tho very little wind protection except a pile of stones
10/10 if no wind
This is a great spot. One of the only roads that lead off the main road.
The gate mentioned above in the original post is now gone and the small road follows the beach for 500m. Great for tents or rigs. Numerous sites.
This was one of the nicest places we stayed on our trip but very windy.
Nice spot for a night, better than all the others nearby. You can hear the cars on the road up the hill, but there is very little traffic during the day, even less at night.Report Check-In
We got lucky with no wind so set up our tent here (just outside the gate) and had an amazing evening. Super peacefulReport Check-In
Indeed a beautiful place to stay overnight. The gate is now open all the time, some people went through, as to be seen in fireplaces. But no wind protection, for us in a campervan it was fine.Report Check-In
Indeed a good option to park below the street (partly out of sight and very few traffic) right at the beach. Some debris and kelp washed up the beach, but overall nice pebble beach to walk along with good views over the bay. Dirt track leads to an open fence with level grassy spots next to the road. No wind protection, but we were lucky and had near to no wind.Report Check-In
If you do not bother about trash laying around, the closenes of the road, only a patch of green and a rocky beach with rotting kelp then you will like this spot.Report Check-In
Good spot. Nobody bothered us. Little bit windy (sleeping in a tent). We saw dolphins here in the morning. The next spot mentioned at this road before Porvenir is actually the same place.Report Check-In
One of the very few possibilities to pull out on a small gravel road. The track goes through a gate on a private property. We parked in front of the gate next to the track. Visible from the street from one direction only. Magnificent views of the fjord and the opposite snow-capped mountains.
Visit of a small colony of king penguins in the "Parque Ping?ino Rey" at S 53.46092 W 69.30595. Admission: 12,000 chil pesos / person..Report Check-In