Panoramic Patagonia

Reflection of Torres del Paine

A perfect panoramic reflection of Torres del Paine

Patagonia is a part of the world that is meant to seen in a super wide perspective.  I spent a month in Patagonia and not a day went by where I didn’t stop, look around me and think “This is perfect”.  I felt like the sky and clouds could swallow me – I felt small.  I felt pure.  I felt remote.  It was a pleasure each day to experience this unplugged environment.  Whether it was raining, blowing, or snowing – it still was beautiful to me. I was able to experience all of this moody weather in Torres Del Paine, El Chalten, Glacier National Park, Cape Horn, and in the Fjords of Chile.

Being able to climb around on Mother Nature’s jungle gym with my camera at the bottom of the earth was a treat.  If you are looking for a little inspiration to get you to take the leap into this picture perfect region of mountains, ice, and sky – then hopefully these panoramic images will help.

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A cottage sits perched along the W Trek in Torres Del Paine

 

Perito Moreno glacier

The gigantic Pertio Moreno Glacier in Argentina

 

Perito Moreno glacier

Hiking on the giant Perito Moreno Glacier Patagonia

 

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Los Torres (towers) in Torres del Paine

Viedma glacier

Viedma Glacier Landscape

El Chalten

Hiking around El Chalten – so many trails, so many mountains…

 

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The colorful Viedma Glacier near El Chalten

 

A Glacial lake near Fitz Roy

A colorful glacial lake near Mount Fitz Roy

 

Hiking up to Fitz Roy

Hiking up the moraine to Fitz Roy

 

The French Valle in Torres Del Paine

The lush French Valley in Torres Del Paine – a tough climb but worth the view!

Disclosure: Adventure Life hosted my Patagonia travels. However, all of the opinions expressed here are my own – as you know how I love to speak my mind!

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20 Comments so far

  1. Nicoleta says:

    Waw, that is so beautiful!

  2. Bessie says:

    Stunning images of Mother Nature at her finest!

  3. Simply stunning, Sherry! We were only able to spend 5 days in Patagonia when we went with Adventure Life in December, but it definitely left an indelible impression on us. Thanks for bringing back memories of some of the most beautiful scenery we’ve ever seen.

  4. Good lord, it’s gorgeous in Patagonia!

  5. Kate says:

    I particularly like the glacier photos (and making the page sans sidebar really shows them off great).

  6. Franca says:

    Such beautiful pictures and site you’ve been lucky enough to witness with your own eyes!
    They make me want to jump on a flight right now :)

  7. Gorgeous photos. This is definitely on our list. We love hiking in the mountains with beautiful views and this looks like it is right up our alley. Thanks for sharing.

  8. WBBsAs says:

    Should be “Las Torres.” Torre is feminine in Spanish.

  9. These are stunning! I’ve lived and travelled through Argentina, but never as far south as Patagonia. Definitely need to correct that!

  10. Turtle says:

    Amazing! And so many great memories. I spent quite a few days trekking around El Chalten and they were some of the best days I had in Argentina. Such an incredibly stunning part of the world and you’ve captured it perfectly!

  11. Sisir says:

    Very nice photographs .We must share among ourselves .

  12. Great photos! Definitely an area I want to see one day.

  13. Dean says:

    Great panoramas! Patagonia is such a beautiful place that I hope to visit some day.

  14. OMG! This is incredible photography! I love it!

  15. Great shots…the reflection of the first one is incredible.

  16. Charu says:

    Absolutely breathtaking!

  17. Cynthia says:

    Stunning photos of the glaciers! Wow!

  18. I am really intrigued by these shots. I am now motivated to try something similar. Thanks!


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