A hiker traverses the rocky landscape of Torres del Paine National Park. Located in southern Chile, the park was named a UNESCO Biosphere Reserve in 1978 and is home to four different ecological environments: Pre-Andean scrubland, deciduous Magellan forests, the Patagonia Steppe, and the Andean desert.
Chile is a country of stunning landscapes. It’s home to icy mountain peaks, glistening glacial lakes, and vast blooming fields—and each landscape offers a different kind of adventure for its visitors. Explore some of the most remarkable activities in the country through this striking photo gallery.
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