Hanging Glacier, Queulat National Park, Patagonia 06 Oct 2016
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The hanging glacier in Queulat is perhaps the National Park’s top highlight. As the glacier reaches the cliff edge at the top of the ravine, it crashes to the ground underneath in two gigantic waterfalls. The water eventually joins a river in the valley below.
Patagonia is a region of immense natural beauty sprawled across Chile and Argentina. It claims several national parks, enormous glaciers, unique wildlife-watching spots and primaeval forests. The region attracts numerous explorers, hikers and adrenaline hunters: the dramatic mountains offer skiing, horseback riding, water sports and, of course, mountain climbing. Book on Insight Guides’ Wild Patagonia tour to immerse yourself in this unforgettable landscape.