Posts Tagged ‘tierra del fuego’

Through the Beagle–Like the West Coast of British Columbia…but not really

Through the Beagle–Like the West Coast of British Columbia…but not really

By Bryan | chile, patagonia, photography, travel

One of three navigable channels linking the South Pacific to the South Atlantic, the Beagle [&hellip

Puerto Williams–The most southern inhabited town in the world (outside of Antarctica)

Puerto Williams–The most southern inhabited town in the world (outside of Antarctica)

By Bryan | argentina, chile, patagonia, photography, travel

Bragging rights to the “World’s  most…” is often a semantic debate, especially when discussing geographic [&hellip

The Sierra Valdiviseo Circuit–Tierra del Fuego, Argentina – Part 3

The Sierra Valdiviseo Circuit–Tierra del Fuego, Argentina – Part 3

By Bryan | argentina, patagonia, photography, travel

Day three begins with an ascent toward Laguna Azul from the previous nights camp at [&hellip

The Sierra Valdiviseo Circuit–Tierra del Fuego, Argentina – Part 2

The Sierra Valdiviseo Circuit–Tierra del Fuego, Argentina – Part 2

By Bryan | argentina, patagonia, photography, travel

Like most (probably all) mountain climates, the weather along and within the circuit is extremely [&hellip

The Sierra Valdiviseo Circuit–Tierra Del Fuego, Argentina (Part One)

The Sierra Valdiviseo Circuit–Tierra Del Fuego, Argentina (Part One)

By Bryan | argentina, maps, patagonia, personal, photography, travel

When I was planning my journey to Argentina I opted out of purchasing the full [&hellip