A main attraction of Puerto Williams – only major settlement in Chile’s Cape Horn province – is the nearby five-day Dientes hike. But here I’ll look at short strolls in the area, both for the less ambitious visitor, and for all curious about this remote place. Continue reading “Strolling in southern Patagonia”→
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.
Puerto Williams with Dientes mountains in the distance
Caesar (Xoe’s brother) on the road to the Dientes
In the mountains
Gean and Caesar stand on a ridge
Xoe and Caesar in front of the Lindermayer cordillera
Xoe above Laguna Guanacos (Beagle Channel in the distance)