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if its not to windy, its poss. to stay here overnight. great view.
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As described, better than the other spots along this stretch of the 40. Very nice view and you have decent wind protection from a dug out gravel hill on the east side of the little hill. You’re visible from only one side of the road. We had a very quiet night (even with a pop-up roof). No cell reception.Report Check-In
Great spot with a fantastic view! We stayed here overnight and it was very quiet the night.Report Check-In
Amazing view across the Santa Cruz River valley and the Patagonian steppe to the Andes in the east, guanaco grazing on the nearby hills. Worth staying here just to see the sunrise or sunset. There is a relatively sheltered spot just to the west of the lookout, behind the little hill. Great spot.Report Check-In
Go up the hill near the Mirador, there are various options to park vehicle or, if not to windy, pitch tent. Good for 1 night if you need to sleep on the road between Chile and El Calafate. Only 2-3 vehicles stopped in the evening to watch sunset, then it was perfectly quiet. You are partly hidden from the road and there is some space. Not so bad... Don’t go to the other spot on the north, it’s just a small area along the road.Report Check-In
We stayed a night before we went to El Calafate. Great view but very windy.Report Check-In
if its not to windy, its poss. to stay here overnight. great view.Report Check-In