Options to take advantage of Tierra del Fuego in winter.  (Photo: Infuetur)

In winter, the landscape Land of Fire it transforms with white forests, snowy mountains and crystal clear lakes. The southernmost province of Argentina has many proposals to experience the cold season, whether you are a fan of adventure or prefer quieter options.

Next, we show you some experiences that you can live in the season starting in june:

What to do in Tierra del Fuego in winter if you like adrenaline

Options to take advantage of Tierra del Fuego in winter. (Photo: Infuetur)

For lovers of snow sports, nature and adventure, the province has eight winter resorts distributed in the Tierra Mayor Valley area and in the Martial Glacier Nature Reserve, with endless activities.

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Alpine skiing, cross-country skiing and snowboarding They are the classics of all winter seasons. If you have experience in these sports, your place is Castor Hillwhere the highest and most difficult slopes are.

In addition, you can explore the forests and snowy valleys through snowmobile tours (day and night), dog sledding or snowshoeing suitable for snow and icy terrain (there are also day and night circuits).

What to do in Tierra del Fuego in winter if you like tranquility

Options to take advantage of Tierra del Fuego in winter.  (Photo: Tourism Nation)
Options to take advantage of Tierra del Fuego in winter. (Photo: Tourism Nation)By: Johannes Hulsch

If you prefer more relaxed alternatives, an ideal option is navigate the waters of the Beagle Channel. Every day catamarans and other boats depart from Ushuaia that offer different routes, with Isla de los Pájaros and Isla de los Lobos and the Les Eclaireurs lighthouse as the main attractions.

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Options to take advantage of Tierra del Fuego in winter.  (Photo: Tourism Nation)
Options to take advantage of Tierra del Fuego in winter. (Photo: Tourism Nation)

Another good idea is to explore the Tierra del Fuego National Park and take a short trail through its forests or enjoy the calm of Lake Roca or Acigami. You can combine it with End of the World Trainwhich runs a 7-kilometer circuit through the Pipo River valley between fairy-tale landscapes.

Lastly, a flat is fly over the snowy landscapes by helicopter or plane and appreciate the Andes, the snowy islands, the waters of the Beagle and the dark forests from another perspective.

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