The rugged splendor of the Argentine mainland's southernmost Santa Cruz province is, and will remain, the essence of true Patagonia. Accessed through the mountain town of El Calafate, Santa Cruz is home to the Rio Gallegos, Jurassic Lake, the Los Glaciers National Park as well as the iconic skyline of the Fitz Roy massif from which the Patagonia clothing company fashioned its logo in the early 70's. This is the land of true adventurers, hardened gauchos, granite towers, condors and the endless wind-torn expanse of the arid Patagonian Steppe. It is also home to an isolated food-rich ecosystem we call Kooi Noom where an army of wild rainbows has amassed in a diverse and interconnected matrix of private waterways.
Kooi Noom, which translates into “the fish path” in the indigenous Tehue View more...
capitan river, quiroga lake, Santa Cruz, Argentina
laguna toro, quiroga lake, Santa Cruz, Argentina