Patagonia, the legendary land of wildness, fierce winds, and hardy gauchos, easily lives up to the allure of its iconic name. Glacier-fed rivers tumble between jagged, never-climbed mountains. Herds of long-necked guanacos gallop across expansive grasslands as Andean Condors soar overhead.
Since 2004, Conservacion Patagonica has focused on creating the future Patagonia National Park in one of the most ecologically critical areas of this region. This 650,000 acre public-access park will unite Tamango and Jeinemeni National Reserves with the Chacabuco Valley, a former sheep ranch recovering from overgrazing.
We’ve created an interactive map to bring the park to life wherever you are. Zoom and pan around the map to explore the landscape, dive into immersive panoramas to get a 360˚ view from the ground, and visit points of interest and blog posts from throughout the park. Want to keep up to date on their latest puma tracking and grasslands restoration work? Check back frequently for new and exciting content. Click here to check out the map.
For anyone who likes the feel of a map in their hands, or the look of a map on the wall, check out our waterproof print map and guide of the park, available at our online store and at Patagonia clothing stores nationwide.
To find out more about our work, visit Maps for Good, like us on Facebook, or follow us on Instagram. We want to thank all those who have supported us in this project, including the National Geographic Expeditions Council, Patagonia, our 210 Kickstarter backers, Wild Gift, Goal Zero, SPOT, and Rise Bar. Thank you!
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