Coastal Trekking and Canoeing in the National Park from Ushuaia
This is an outing for people who want to walk along easy and undemanding trails
and navigate with inflatable canoes through the rivers and lagoons inside the Park up to the Beagle Channel. (Not for the elderly). We started our tour of the hotels and headed west on Route 3.
We arrive at the National Park (entrance fee not included) and head towards the coastal path. This 3 and a half hour hike is undoubtedly the most beautiful in the park. It is a trail with a lot of vegetation (Lengas, Ñires, Coihues, Orchids, Canelos, Notros).
Arriving at Roca Lake we will have a picnic that includes a picada with cheese, salami, potatoes, eggs and soup, plus a good spring sandwich, dessert and drinks are also included.
After lunch we prepared for the canoes. The Tierra del Fuego National Park and its green rivers and lagoons are undoubtedly one of the most beautiful landscapes to tour with our safe canoes. We leave Lake Roca at 3:00 p.m. and after a technical explanation, we start paddling towards the Lapataia River, of calm and crystalline waters, crossing the green lagoon and the Ovando River, until it flows into Lapataia Bay.
In this first part (Approx. 01:30 h) of the excursion, we will be able to observe different species of birds, beautiful landscapes from the water and enjoy the silence; or the sounds of the forest. Up to Lapataia Bay the physical effort is very little, there we will make a stop and have a coffee break for about a half hour. 45′, in a very wild place where the Yámanas used to live. After not getting tired of enjoying this unforgettable postcard, we will paddle out through the Beagle Channel.
This last part is also easy, but the effort is greater due to the current. After a few drinks we returned to Ushuaia with the sunset in the background.
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