Continuing past the Cerro Torre lookout, the trail winds its way up the FitzRoy River to the sheltered nook at the D'Agostini campground, which is a good spot for a protected picnic. From here, you climb up over the moraine and face first into the howling wind for a jaw-dropping close-up of Cerro Torre, its glacier, and its milky blue lake. Next to the Torre Glacier, you have a glimpse of the Grande Glacier. This is a 22km (12-mile) round-trip; plan for 3 hours each way. There are also good views of Mt. Solo and the Adela chain en route. If you have time left at the lake, scramble to the north shore of Laguna Torre to Mirador Maestri. For an even fuller day, you can include a hike with crampons on the Torre Glacier as well, though this must be done with a guide from Fitz Roy Expediciones.