In Patagonia's Los Glaciares National Park, in the south of Argentina, is the region's second largest glacier, the Viedma Glacier that can only be reached by boat across the Lago Viedma. Over thousands of years, the powerful forces of erosion have carved out caves into the rock beneath the ice flow.
Among the most beautiful and unforgettable impressions on the eternal ice of the Viedma are the many deep caves that have been formed according to various prevailing conditions. In summer, the melting ice takes on an almost artistic, natural power and flows down over the rocks and into the valley below.
The Cerro Fitz Roy is a dream destination for hikers and mountaineers from all over the world. The weather is very changeable and in a time period of only a few hours, it is possible to experience all four seasons of the year. As suddenly as the sky grows dark, it brightens up again and the sharp peaks of the mighty Cerro Fitz Roy shine in the sunlight.
The Lago Viedma and Cerro Fitz Roy are a fantasy world of ice and rock!