Flight to the Darwin Range
The Darwin Mountain Range is a mountain range covered by an ice field, which is located southwest of the island of Tierra del Fuego, entirely in Chile. It extends from Mount Sarmiento (to the west, in front of Punta Arenas) to Mount Bove (to the east, near Ushuaia). This mountain range is distinguished by the particularity of its glaciation, formed by temperate glaciers, which acquire dimensions unknown in other mountainous areas, except in the polar regions.
It is considered a continuation of the Andes Mountain Range, which is interrupted by the Strait of Magellan, and regains its mass and height (from 2,000 to 2,400 meters above sea level) in the Isla Grande de Tierra del Fuego, with a complex group of mountains, covered by a mantle of snow and ice that covers 140 kilometers, from Mount Sarmiento, in the Magdalena Channel, to Mount Bove, in the Beagle Channel.
To the north, the mountain range descends to the Almirantazgo sinus, covered by Magellanic sub-Antarctic forests where lenga, coigües, cinnamon trees and ferns grow along with other species, constituting a landscape of unparalleled beauty in which the presence of virgin forests, majestic glaciers, snowdrifts, lakes, waterfalls and rivers that add to the imposing Darwin Mountain Range stand out.
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