Climbing Glaciar Martial Tierra del Fuego Patagonia!

Today was an alpine day as we climbed past the timberline to the Martial Glacier. First we had to past through The Haunted Twisted Lenga Forest. Take a peek:




Next we had to cross some flimsy plank bridges…….



Then we had the view to the Beagle Channel far below.


And we joined the ant people climbing to the Glacier. Look for the tiny ant people climbing, it will give you perception of the mountains and their immensity.


63 thoughts on “Climbing Glaciar Martial Tierra del Fuego Patagonia!

  1. oh! oh! oh! This is so wonderful. Those trees! the climb! (not crazy about the flimsy bridges πŸ™‚ ). I was going to ask you if you were alone on the climb, but you answered that with the ant people!


    • Hi Sydney. Yes the trees do look quite sinister!! Can you imagine trying to get through them at night!!!! Scary! Today is penguin day and we are off to walk amongst thousands of them, so penguins next and they are NOT scary!!!! Cheers to you Sydney!


  2. wow what an amazing place Cindy, that forest looks creepy and something out of a horror movie, imagine getting lost in there!! πŸ™‚


  3. I love the name “Tierra Del Fuego” it just conjures up end of world images then you put in those spooky trees they so perfectly fit the image I have of Patagonia. Those little ant people really give the photo a sense of perspective


  4. Yyyyeah, I could kinda see at first why they call it a haunted forrest, but it is really beautiful. Such vast magnitude of space and awesome scenery — one can hardly take it all in! Great photos, Cindy!


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  6. Awesome and amazing! Those trees! Very otherworldly πŸ™‚
    I could go through your whole blog clicking the like button but that would be getting a little bit on the silly side! Your photos are beautiful and inspiring πŸ™‚ I think it would be best if I simply click the Follow button lol πŸ˜‰ This is a beautiful blog!


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