Landforms of Chile

Chilean and Argentine Andes / Fuegian and Patagonian Andes: Dry and Wet Andes (Argentina, Chile)

The Chilean Andes and Argentine Andes form most of the border between Chile and Argentina and make up the highest section of the Andes range. The Dry Andes and Wet Andes, along with the Patagonian Andes and Fuegian Andes, are climatic and glaciological subdivisons.
Chiloé Archipelago: Chiloé Island (Chile) The Editor Tue, 04/30/2019 - 17:00
Located in the Pacific Ocean, off the coast of the Los Lagos Region in southern Chile, Chiloé Island is the largest island of the Chiloé Archipelago. From pastoral landscapes to iconic wooden churches, Chiloé is known for its distinctive folklore, cuisine and architecture.
Cordillera del Paine: Torres del Paine National Park and Biosphere Reserve (Chile) The Editor Mon, 10/22/2018 - 17:26
The Cordillera del Paine, a spectacular mountain range that includes the Torres del Paine peaks, lies between the Andes Mountains and the Patagonian steppe in southern Chile. It is an area of great scenic beauty, with many glaciers, waterfalls, rivers, lakes and lagoons.
Juan Fernández Archipelago: National Park and Biosphere Reserve (Chile) The Editor Thu, 03/12/2020 - 18:16
The Juan Fernández Archipelago is a sparsely inhabited group of islands in the Pacific Ocean, off the coast of Chile. The protected areas include the islands of Robinson Crusoe, Alexander Selkirk and Santa Clara as well as all of the smaller islets in the area.