The Mapuche New Year Celebration
On June 24, the primitive peoples both from Chile and Argentina celebrate the beginning of the new year. An ancient tradition which attracts new visitors every year.
|The Mapuche New Year Celebration|
We toured the streets and the surroundings of this small city growing amidst the mountain range and the ice fields.
Shelter of the Huemules
We sailed along the Cochrane River, bordering the Tamango National Reserve, a unique site that enables visitors to see the huemules in their natural habitat.
|Shelter of the Huemules|
At Puerto Bertrand, a marvelous nook that tempts lovers of fly-fishing, we sailed across the lake up to the Baker River mouth.
Cochrane: Hitting the Road
When it seemed we had reached the very end of the Carretera Austral (Southern Road), three quaint townships surprised and delighted us: Caleta Tortel, Puerto Yungay and Río Bravo.
|Cochrane: Hitting the Road|
Make up your mind and climb, ascend or rappel down the most impressive mountains in Patagonia and become a great climber.
Considered as a high risk sport, it requires physical strength of arms and legs at the same time, combined with the technical skill of the climber.
We recommend that beginners do not start by climbing on natural walls, but in artificial ones and under the assistance of a professional guide.
Enter the two-wheel world and learn the secrets of mountain biking to go around the mountain in the safest way.
This sport is one of the quickest to have evolved with the passing of time, becoming a much more risky and amusing modality to enjoy the most inaccessible and complicated paths in the mountain.