Torres del Paine National Park, near main entrance.
Laguna Amarga, Torres del Paine National Park.
On the way from main entrance, Torres del Paine National Park.
Guanaco, the most common mammal in Torres del Paine National Park (except tourists).
Guanacos, stinky camelid. But the taste is OK.
The biggest inferno in Torres del Paine National Park history started hiker from Czech Republic. Famous barbecue.
Río Paine, Torres del Paine National Park.
John Gardner pass
Grey Glacier, Torres del Paine National Park.
Grey Glacier stretches on 270 sq.km.
End of Grey Glacier in Grey Lake.
Laguna near Campemento Italiano. Backround - Cuernos del Paine.
Cuernos del Paine.
Cuernos del Paine, whose central bands of exposed granite strongly contrast with the dark aspect of their tops, which are remnants of a heavily eroded sedimentary stratum.
Cuernos del Paine.
Cuernos del Paine and a stump, suitable for an urination.
Lake Nordenskjöld, Torres del Paine National Park.
Laguna Capri and Mount Fitz Roy, Argentina.
Chorillo del Salto and again Mount Fitz Roy.
Mount Fitz Roy, named in honour of Robert FitzRoy, captain of the famous HMS Beagle.
Autumn near Mount Fitz Roy.
It has been agreed by Argentina and Chile that their international border detours eastwards to pass over the main summit, but a large part of the border to the south of the summit, as far as Cerro Murallón, remains undefined.
Laguna de los Tres and Mount Fitz Roy.
The mountain climb remains extremely difficult. Today, when a hundred people may summit Mount Everest in a single day, Monte Fitz Roy may only be successfully ascended once a year.
First climbed in 1952 by French alpinists Lionel Terray and Guido Magnone, it remains among the most technically challenging mountains on Earth for mountaineers.
Punta Arenas, end of the world - few hundreds years ago.
Romance. End of the world near Punta Arenas. The ozone hole, oil in an ocean, dead fish and stupid tourists everywhere.