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Patagonia is an adventurer's dream. It serves up large doses of outdoor grandeur, most of it unspoiled and unpopulated. Getting around isn't so easy (for advice, see the Chilean Patagonia and Argentine Patagonia Fact Sheets), but make the effort and you'll be richly rewarded: Forests, glaciers, creeks, and lakes lace the slopes of the Andes, which divide Argentina from Chile, providing the backdrop for whale watching, horseback riding, hiking, and fishing.

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Comarca Andina (Andean region)

This less-traveled district, falling broadly along the 42nd parallel south, is a gently rolling, cypress-forested mountain region where fruit, berry, and hop...more

see the Argentine Patagonia guide
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Fishing and Marine Life in Argentine Patagonia

Introduced from Europe nearly a century ago, trout and salmon thrive in Patagonia's unpolluted water courses. Many grow to record weights: Rainbow trout are...more

see the Argentine Patagonia guide
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Fishing and Marine Life in Chilean Patagonia

The native salmon and introduced trout in Patagonia's rivers and lakes draw the world's most renowned and avid anglers. Dozens of exclusive estancias offer...more

see the Chilean Patagonia guide
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Hiking and Climbing in Argentine Patagonia

Argentine Patagonia rivals its Chilean counterpart for the sheer number of trails that wind among Andean peaks, valleys, fjords, and glaciers. Covering a huge...more

see the Argentine Patagonia guide
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Hiking and Climbing in Chilean Patagonia

With so many peaks, valleys, fjords, and glaciers, Chilean Patagonia is a paradise for climbers and hikers. Dozens of national parks are found around the...more

see the Chilean Patagonia guide
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Horseback Riding in Argentine Patagonia

Argentines admit they're obsessed with horses—every estancia will offer guests the chance to saddle up. The horse still remains the preferred mode of...more

see the Argentine Patagonia guide
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Horseback Riding in Chilean Patagonia

Settlers in the austere geography of the Aisén and Magallanes provinces depended on horses to venture beyond village boundaries, and even today the horse...more

see the Chilean Patagonia guide
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Lake District and Northern AisÚn Province, Aisén

South of Puerto Montt is the turnoff to Alerce Andino National Park, named after its 4,000-year-old alerce trees, which look like redwoods. You'll find an...more

see the Chilean Patagonia guide
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Lake District of Argentina, Patagonia

Argentine Patagonia's most-visited region was formed when pre–Ice Age glaciers punched jagged holes through the Andean cordillera, leaving a network of...more

see the Argentine Patagonia guide
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Los Glaciares National Park, Santa Cruz

Los Glaciares National Park is one of South America's most compelling natural spectacles. It is here that the 250-mile-long Southern Patagonian Ice...more

see the Argentine Patagonia guide
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