At 3,405 meters above sea level, Fitz Roy is one of Patagonia's most famous mountains, with its sharp, unmistakable shape. Although it is not as high as the 6,000-meter peaks of the Andes, only expert climbers can reach the summit of its sheer cliffs, which are inhospitable to all comers. On the other hand, there are numerous trekking trails at the foot of the mountain that offer a view of its beautiful majesty, attracting nature-loving hikers from all over the world.
Los Glaciares National Park
Los Glaciares, Argentina's largest national park, stretches across the cold highlands of Patagonia. As its name, which means "glacier" in Spanish, suggests, it is a treasure trove of beautiful scenery, with more than 45 glaciers, mountains, and lakes. Compared to other parts of the world, the glaciers are known for their extremely active movements, and tours that allow visitors to view the dynamic collapse of the mysterious glistening ice masses are gaining popularity.