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Torres Del Pane for someone NOT in great physical shape.

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Last spring, I planned a trip to Patagonia for this November. We booked flights and other things.

At the time of planning, I was in decent physical shape.
Unfortunately, this trip did not happen, because I got very ill. I am recovering now, and planning to move this trip to next November.
However, due to my illness, I don’t think I will ever be in the same physical shape I ever was.
Is there a way for us still seeing Torres del Paine Park? I can walk for miles, but not up to any intense hikes, climbing, etc. Is there a way to still enjoy the park for someone like me?
Is there any way to see the towers without being on a long hiking route?

Thank you so much for your help!

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