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Amalia Glacier, Natales, Magallanes y la Antártica Chilena Region, Chile

It’s hard for a glacier to stand out in a world of ice fields that enjoy almost celebrity status. But the three-kilometer-wide (two-mile-wide) Amalia Glacier on the Peel Fjord manages to, for its sheer beauty and its thick ice floes...

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So many grand fjords crisscross Chile’s southern Pacific coast that guiding a ship through the region is like trying to decide which highway off-ramp to take to your next destination. When weather allows, the two-kilometer-wide...

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If you were ever looking for a place to truly escape the world, work your way through the meandering islands and channels that lead to the secluded Calvo Fjord, weather and ice conditions permitting. Once you’ve taken in the stunning...

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Brüggen Glacier, Chile

 

The towering 60-kilometer-long (37-mile-long) Pío XI Glacier, also called Brüggen, is the granddaddy of all Patagonian glacial ice fields. Located in Bernardo O’Higgins National Park, the glacier takes a 90-degree...

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Slicing some 130 kilometers (80 miles) north to south, the Sarmiento Channel is named after the 16th-century Spanish navigator and explorer Pedro Sarmiento de Gamboa. Along the passage, small fishing boats are utterly dwarfed by the steep slopes...