Navarino Island, located between the island of Tierra del Fuego and Cape Horn, is home to the southernmost trek in the world. For the first portion of this adventure, spend seven-days trekking mountain passes of Navarino Island including Cerro Bandera, Picacho de Dientes, Virginia Pass, Paso Australia, and Paso Gale. Ascend to Cerro Bandera and witness Dientes de Navarinos' sharp jagged peaks, and Beagle Channel in the distance. Hike the saddle from Paso Australia to Picacho de Dientes, then pass by beech forests, meadows, and wildlife. In the evenings, pitch camp under the stars and enjoy fireside meals.
For the remaining three-days, travel to the 'End of the World', Ushuaia, Argentina, and explore the remote landscapes this region has to offer. Nestled below the Martial Range, Ushuaia has unique opportunities to explore untouched terrain. Travel to Tierra del Fuego National Park, and trek along the coastline of the Beagle Channel. See native flora and wild fauna of the channel as well as the opportunity to discover old native remains left by the ancient dwellers of the area, the Yamanas. Canoe along Lapataia River, which will take you to Lapataia Bay on the Beagle Channel, precisely where the Panamerican Highway and number 3 National Route ends.