Explore the most popular Parks in Tierra Del Fuego with hand-curated trail maps and driving directions as well as detailed reviews and photos from hikers, campers and nature lovers like you.

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Alana Sawyer reviewed Senda Costera
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Hiking

Easy, well-trafficked trail. The views along the lake are lovely :) Hiked in Feb 2020

Glen Mann reviewed Cerro del Medio
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Barbara Mawhinney reviewed Senda Costera
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Ronak Amin reviewed Senda Costera
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Luuk Kaethoven reviewed Lake Acigama Trail
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Relaxing lakeside and forest walk to the border with Chile.

Chris S reviewed Senda Costera
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Fee

it's a steady 8km track with only a slight pull towards the end (if leaving from the post office). At present, the trail is very boggy and muddy in places and there is horse muck almost the entire length of the trail. the guide book says you have great views of the beagle channel, but you don't really. You get good woodland sections and pebble beach walking experiences along a pleasantly undulating trail. The walk has yellow markings, but there are small stints where the markings are absent and it's at those sections when markings would be useful! Odd design. Overall, it is a lovely walk in the national park.

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WalkingFee
First to Review

Beautiful surroundings during this walk in NP TdF. It's an easy stroll, so enjoy the views instead of the trail in front of you!

Luuk Kaethoven reviewed Senda Costera
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Walking

The views along the trail were amazing. The trail itself is more like a walk than a hike, not challenging.

Tomas D. reviewed Senda Costera
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HikingFeeRocky

Nice forest walk along the coast! Very accessible and easy walk with beautiful views along the way. Took us about 4h with many stops for pictures and lunch along the way. We also spotted some dolphins and saw quite some birds along the way. Park & transportation fees (from Ushuaia) make quite the costly trip though.

MINCHIA SU reviewed Senda Costera
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h j reviewed Cascada Rio Pipo
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First to Review

la cascade vous pouvez la chercher... il s'agit tout au plus de rapides sur 50m... Heureusement il n' y a que quelques centaines de mètres pour l'atteindre

James Therien reviewed Laguna del Caminante
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HikingMuddy

Beautiful trail. We did it in the reverse direction and I am glad. We saved the best views for the second part.

Dennis Scherpenisse reviewed Pampa Alta Trail
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David Tillery reviewed Laguna del Caminante
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Backpacking
First to Review

Beautiful and fairly easy 2 day trek. If you’re a real go-getter you can probably do the entire thing in 1 day, but the camping at Laguna del Caminante is great so I’d encourage you to do that if you can. We started at the eastern trailhead which is where the trail to the Vinciguerra Glacier also starts. The 8 miles from there to the lake were fairly uninteresting, mostly woods on some extremely wed and muddy cow trails. We saw a number of wild (?) horses and avoided their poop often. The lake is the real treat, and on a nice day it and the surrounding area are gorgeous. If backpackiing I’d suggest heading down to the lake and dropping your pack/tent in a nice area before exploring further. You can continue upwards a little ways further to a second higher lake. If you cross the river you can probably continue even further as well, though there is no marked path. You could probably make this a 3 day trek and spend a second day just exploring the surrounding area, summit some mountains. We barely had any wind while camping, not sure if that was unusual for the area or not. If it’s clear be sure to get up in the middle of the night to stargaze. Please don’t make fires here, bring a stove and gas. Please take all your trash out with you, no one likes finding your used toilet paper everywhere. The second day was the real highlight as we continued up and over the mountain pass. Seeing the vegetation and water slowly disappear until there was nothing but rocks and snow was awesome. This ascent to the pass was the toughest part of the trek but nothing too tough. After that you reach The Sheep Canyon and it’s all downhill from there. The views over the valley out towards the beagle are great, though they don’t really change after you get there. The only hard part on this trail was the end, specifically finding out way to the road. You end up going on some cow roads through private property that are marked well enough, but in the end you’re just spit out onto an under-construction road (unless I made some seriously wrong turns). It’s not that far to Route 3 from there but I don’t feel like I ever found the real trailhead on the western side, so I’m not sure how you’d direct a cab to take you here if you were going the opposite direction. There is cell reception with Movistar at both ends of the trail if you need to call a cab. Overall I cannot recommend this enough, probably the most accessible backpacking trek in the Ushuaia area.

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Eldar Solomon reviewed Cerro del Medio
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HikingMuddy

beautiful and free trail. a little bit muddy in the forest part, but totally worth the view.

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Lori Fisher reviewed Senda Costera
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HikingMuddy

It was very muddy and slippery -Not a pleasant stroll

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Shelyna Rice reviewed Senda Costera
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Hiking

One of my favorite hikes. Forested trail with Lengas, dog ear orchids, and ferns, interspersed with breathtakingly clear coves and views of snow capped mountains.

Kevin Mora reviewed Pampa Alta Trail
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Hiking
First to Review

Started at the road and gradually climbed up through the wooded area. Many of the tress were downed because of the combination of high winds and shallow roots, which is expected for the area. The highest elevation on the trail is a clearing which offers nice views of the Beagle Channel and the surrounding mountains. After leaving the clearing you descend at a more gradual gradient than the uphill, passing a beaver damn along the way. After crossing a road the trail empties out in a picnic area and at the water’s edge. The trail isn’t too difficult and offers nice views from the top. 1/1/20.

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Will Berger reviewed Cerro del Medio
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Galen Godbey reviewed Senda Costera
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Hiking

12/14/19 - Underwhelming compared to what I envisioned. But, to be fair, we’d just hiked El Chalten and Torres del Paine - world, world class.

Ben Follett reviewed Cerro del Medio
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HikingMuddy

The folks at Ushuaia Tourism wouldn't give us any information about this, citing dangerous conditions. It was certainly muddy, and the top was a combination of wind and rain, which meant we didn't quite summit, but regardless it was a fantastic hike. Definitely recommend it for those who want a free, easily accessible yet relatively challenging hike straight from Ushuaia.

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Andrés Cruz González reviewed Cerro del Medio
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Beautiful forest and view of the city. relatively easy to find. We encountered random really strong winds at the top.

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