Ragged peaks mark the horizon. Rough pastures tumble away from the channel. It feels like this is a passageway to the end of the world. Snow glistens and a seal pokes its head from the water. A waterfall has been frozen and now resembles an icy veil.
Out here you are humbled, Mother Nature dominating as you cruise the Beagle Channel in a small boat. Between mountains and tiny settlements you will spend half a day navigating this channel, the same channel for which Charles Darwin named his boat.
The great naturalist says it best: “it is scarcely possible to imagine anything more beautiful than the beryl-like blue of these glaciers, contrasted with the dead white of the snow.”