Photo of Monte Cinco Hermanos, The Five Brothers, Ushuaia, Argentina
As we left Ushuaia and sailed down the Beagle Channel, one of the highlights was the sight of Cerro Cinco Hermanos (or Monte Cinco Hermanos, The Five Brothers, 1280m). Along with Monte Olivia, these rugged peaks rise high above Ushuaia but are often shrouded in clouds. We were fortunate to see them clearly as we departed Tierra del Fuego and motored down the Beagle Channel toward the Southern Ocean and the Falkland Islands.
The Five Brothers (Mount Cinco Hermanos, 1280m) in the Fuegian Andes, a cluster of peaks above Ushuaia, the capital of the Tierra del Fuego region of Argentina.
Image ID: 23618
Location: Beagle Channel, Ushuaia, Tierra del Fuego, Argentina
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