Mount Fitz Roy

Mt. Fitz Roy is one of the most appreciated peaks by mountaineers worldwide. Its altitude is 3,405 m. Mount Fitz Roy original name is Chaltén, that in Tehuelche dialect means "smoking mountain". This is due to a rare aeolic phenomenon…
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Route 40, Wild Patagonia

You can travel through the mythic Route 40 on your own, but with this option you may count with all the services to know the most beautiful corners, without worrying about the vehicle or the trip details in inhospitable areas.…
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Patagonia, the discovery

Patagonia: a word that transports the reader to a magic, fascinating territory. As vast as it is unknown, it is conjured up in our imagination in many different ways. It has always been a land of conquest and colonization, ever…
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Travelers and Scientists

Travelers and scientists are a different, special category of explorers. They no longer seek, like their predecessors, for gold or personal wealth. Instead, they are driven by the need of knowledge and the discovery of new species in order to…
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Father de Agostini

This is the profile of one of the last explorers of the Extreme South: Father Alberto María de Agostini. A link between the old explorers and the modern travelers, Father de Agostini is an example of tradition and modernity united…
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The Captain’s Experiment

In these pages we will revisit the unbelievable story of the Yámana aborigine Jemmy Button, who was kidnapped in his town of Cape Horn by the officer of the British Royal Navy, Robert Fitz Roy. Together with other three members…
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A panoramic view of the Perito Moreno Glacier from the walkways

Los Glaciares National Park

The Glaciers National Park, created in 1937, is the kingdom of continental ices and the Glaciers. It comprises 2320 square miles in the southwestern part of Santa Cruz Province. Its spectacular beauty, the scientific interest it provokes and the endangered…
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