Lying south across the Beagle Channel from Ushuaia, Navarino Island is part of the Tierra del Fuego archipelago and is Chile’s final stretch of inhabited land. With Puerto Williams to the north, the island is a remote collage of peat bogs and glassy lagoons watched over by the tooth-like spires of the bracing Dientes de Navarino trek.
A premier trek in Chile’s extreme south. Famous for the grinning, tooth-like peaks that give the circuit its name, the isolated Los Dientes de Navarino route encompasses five bracing days of mountain passes, undisturbed landscapes, glassy lagoons and vast southern skies. This is a remote, adventurous route suited to trekkers chasing a stirring experience far from the crowds of Patagonia’s well-trodden trails.