Tierra del Fuego Park, Argentina and the end of Ruta 3. Yes, this was a very short ride, but it is one that everyone who goes this distance feels compelled to do.
And so, I got up early bells rode into the Tierra del Fuego National Park (Parque Nacional Tierra del Fuego). You might even take a packed lunch and have a picnic. There are lots of areas to park and go for a little walk and spend a relaxing afternoon by one of the many little lakes.
The ride is mostly a dirt track, and if you are a tourist, you have to pay about USD $20 with a bike. Pretty much a rip-off. If you are camping, you can pay extra fees, sign and document, and camp there, which would have been nice! If you are there at the busy time of year, it will be quite crowded, but still probably worth the trip.
It is a nice park, but not amazing. If you have done the trip by car or bike, then you need to go. If not, you might consider giving it a miss.
Tierra del Fuego National Park
Tierra del Fuego National Park (Spanish: Parque Nacional Tierra del Fuego) is a national park on the Argentine part of the island of Tierra del Fuego, within Tierra del Fuego Province in the ecoregion of Patagonia Forest and Altos Andes, a part of the subantarctic forest. Established on 15 October 1960 under the Law 15.554 and expanded in 1966, it was the first shoreline national park to be established in Argentina.
Tierra del Fuego Province, Argentina
Tierra del Fuego is an Argentine province. The province had been inhabited by indigenous people for more than 12,000 years since they migrated south of the mainland. It was first discovered by a European in 1520 when spotted by Ferdinand Magellan. From Wikipedia