Photo of the Week: Ice Cold Patagonia Paddle


Photo of the Week: Ice Cold Patagonia Paddle

Photo of the Week, Chile, Chile For LessPaddle through the blue waters of a glacially fed lake in Patagonia.
Photo from The Globe Runaway blog

This week’s photo takes us to the southern waters of Torres del Paine National Park.  Known as one of the most famous areas of Patagonia, this national park in Chile occupies 935 square miles of unspoiled nature, abundant in flora and fauna, granite peaks, lakes, rivers, glaciers and waterfalls.

Activity in Patagonia picks up in November with the arrival of warmer temperatures.  Travelers gravitate here to climb mountains, photograph the awe-inspiring scenery, and take on its icy waters like our kayaker friend in this photograph.

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Britt is addicted to the spontaneous nature of travel and personal growth it inspires. She bought a one-way ticket to South America in 2012, starting her journey in Argentina and slowly traveled north through Chile, Bolivia, and Peru. Unable to shake her addiction of Latin America, she now happily calls Peru home.

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