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Climbing the Torres del Paine Trilogy – Patagonia

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Diego Señoret, 27, has been exploring Chilean Patagonia and Torres del Paine National Park over the last few years. In January 2013 he summited the North
Tower via Taller del Sol (5.10+ 600m) and the Central Tower by the classic Bonington – Whillans route (5.11- A1 1000m). This year, with Martín
Aldunate and Sebastián Rojas, he completed his dream of climbing the Paine Trilogy. They climbed the South Tower route Azte (5.11-
A1 1000m).

Watch Climbing Puntiagudo – Chilean Andes

Video directed by Benjamín Camus.


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