Explore this 6.4-km round-trip route near Lazo, Magallanes. It is generally considered a moderate route, taking an average of 1 hour 44 minutes to travel. It is a very popular region for enjoying bird watching, hiking and walking, so you are likely to meet other people while you are in the area. The best time to visit this route is from May to September. The trail to Mirador Cuernos also known as Cuernos del Paine offers a short and easy hike surrounded by some of the impressive landscapes of Chilean Patagonia, with views especially of Lake Nordenskjöld, the French Valley and the Paine Mountain Range. The trail is fairly flat and doesn't gain much elevation, making it friendly to those without much experience. A few minutes into the walk, you will be able to see the Salto Grande Waterfall, which marks the meeting point between Lake Nordenskjöld and Lake Paine. A real spectacle! Contrary to the Base Las Torres trail walk that is usually full of tourists, the Cuernos Viewpoint is less frequented, so you can take a quiet walk away from the crowds.