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PATAGONIA NATIONAL PARK
Pumalín means “watery place” in the language of the Huilliche people (“Pu” is place, and “malín” is marshland or flooded area). This spot is a beautiful mosaic of ancient forests that abruptly give way to fjords, rivers, granite walls, glaciers, volcanoes, waterfalls, and lakes suspended in mountain heights. It’s also home to 25% of the thousand-plus-year-old alerce trees (Fitzroya) still growing in Chile today. The temperate, or Valdivian, rainforest was untouched by the ice that covered most of this region 14,000 years ago, which kept these unique forests and their many endemic species protected for millennia. Here, Douglas Tompkins began carrying out his vision of conserving Chilean Patagonia––a vision still alive today in the Route of Parks of Patagonia.
With a spectacular setting, the resort sits in the banks of the Inca Lagoon, with stunning views afforded by the combination of the craggy peaks of the Andes Mountains, the emerald waters of the lagoon, and the steep snow-covered slopes. It has been ranked as one of the 10 best ski resorts in the world by Ski Magazine.
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