Patagonia’s Lush Diversity

March 31, 2013

Patagonia Argentina

Fun fact: the Argentine-Chilean region’s ovine population is almost as endless as its beauty. It’s estimated that the world’s last great wilderness is home to approximately 5.5 million sheep, which is more than Patagonia’s population.

Patagonia’s Portrayal Of The Past

March 26, 2013

Valle Los Gigantes

Located in Argentina’s famed Patagonia region, El Parque Paleontologico Valle de los Gigantes offers its viewers incredible glimpses into its dinosaur-filled past. Amid its flora are twelve life-size and scientifically accurate replicas of its former dinosaur denizens.

A Gorgeous Glacial Trek

February 8, 2013

Glacier Trekking Perito Moreno

Shot in Argentina’s Perito Merino, the monolithic glacier featured is one of the Patagonia region’s main draws and the third largest reserve of fresh water in the world. It doesn’t stop there, though–or for that matter, at all. THe glacier is also one of only three Patagonian glaciers that is growing for reasons experts cannot determine.

Patagonia’s Majestic Mount Fitz Roy

February 6, 2013

Mount Fitz Roy Patagonia

Don’t let this serene Argentine image fool you; Mount Fitz Roy’s rocky nature and impossible angles make it one of the world’s most technically challenging mountains to climb.

The Stunning Cordillera Del Paine Mountains Of Patagonia

January 31, 2012

Cordillera Del Paine Photograph

Cordillera del Paine is a small but spectacular set of mountains in the Chilean Pantagonia located in Torres del Paine National Park. Referred to as the Torres del Paine (Towers of Paine), the three massive summits photographed above are gigantic granite monoliths that are UNESCO-declared biosphere reserves.