Autumn in Patagonia

Autumn’s my favourite of the seasons of Patagonia, the nothofagus trees creating incredible colours here, and the weather less wet than in summer (and warmer than winter, of course). Quarantine’s meant we’ve been a bit less busy, so I shot some pictures this time, mostly while walking the doggy. These leaves are falling as we enter May.

Isla Navarino

This last summer the loan of a friend’s 4×4 allowed us to travel outside of the Puerto Williams city, something for which not all visitors find the time, and hike in the rest of almost-roadless Isla Navarino.

Dientes de Navarino

The Dientes mountains, south of all settlements, are almost within sight (if the clouds ever cleared) of where Cape Horn ends the land completely. We did this five-day hike with Xoe’s brother when in Puerto Williams before.