Tierra del Fuego National Park
Tierra del Fuego National Park covers 156,000 acres and stretches from Beagle Channel to the Chilean border, as well as north to Lago Kami. It’s a hiker’s heaven, with paths for all skill levels.
Adventurers travel from Ushuaia to the park’s hiking routes or along the coast to see the park’s stunning beauty, which includes everything from tall waterfalls, lush woods, and mountains to exquisite glacier-fed lakes like Roca and Fagnano.
Senda Costera, a coastal trail from Ensenada Bay to Lake Roca that offers views of a diverse range of animals, including Andean condors, is one of the most popular routes.
Take a journey on the magnificent Southern Fuegian Railway, an attractive vintage steam train that runs through the park to Canadon de Toro, for those who want to enjoy the sights in luxury.