Paine Grande is the highest peak of the Torres del Paine, a spectacular Patagonian massif in which sheer rock pinnacles rise from surrounding snow and ice. Paine Grande rises at the west end of the massif, and is covered in snow and ice. Though Paine Grande is the massif's highest point, the east end of the massif is that for which the mountain is famous. Here, three magnificent rock towers rise, each with its own staggeringly steep east face. The east face of the Central Tower is a 4,000-foot sheer rock wall. The Torres del Paine is a remote massif, and is bombarded with frequent storms. The approach can be long and arduous.
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