Day four we leave the comforts found at Refugio Dickson. The caretaker from Camp Perros, our next destination, had arrived the night before and assured us two things. First, that the camps ahead of us were all truly closed, we would need to fully self support from here on. Second, that the landslide which we intended to find a way around was impassable and a risk that was mutually agreed was not worth taking. So we entered the magical forest which followed the Perros river knowing we would ultimately have to return the same way and back track multiple days to see the front side of Patagonia…this extra effort proved to be worth it.