This huge Argentine park located in the lowest part of the country, southwest of Land of Fire. He observed his birth in 1960, protects the largest portion of the Patagonian Andean forests. It contains a total area of 68,909 hectares, of which approximately 22% is occupied by water. It has as one of its limits, the sea coast, and as a western limit, the portion of the island belonging to Chile. Holder of a mountainous topography, with a typical glacier landscape, it also has forests with really large areas of peat bogs.
The region presents very interesting cultural and historical aspects, all of them linked to scientific explorations, the work of the Anglican missions and the customs of the natives closely related to the sea. In the area the weather is usually mild-cold and the average annual rainfall ranges between 600 m.m. In turn, the Roca and Fagnano lakes correspond to typically Andean-Patagonian water bodies.
The sectors intended for the use of people are in the southern part of the National Park and the waters of Lake Fagnano. Throughout the Park there are phrases on flashy signs indicating that it is forbidden to fire, however it has stalls that sell food and tourist guides dedicated to long walks to show tourists the beauties and secrets of the southernmost national park in the world.