Our guide took pictures of us with the sign that says end of the route and then we walked the trail and finally a friendly toast with the whole group
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Beyond the famous Alaska mileage marker sign, which is the end of the Pan American highway, is an easy walk along a broadwalk to see some spectacular views. It is really worth the effort
We drove here from Ushuaia and went hiking for the day. It is a special place with incredible nature. Pack layers, water proof clothing/boots a must and from there enjoy views and wildlife! Make sure to bring food/water and follow the trails.
This is the end of the road and the PanAmerican Highway. So many people like to go and take a photo of the sign erected there. walk a little further and along well constructed boardwalks and you will see some great view points. It is...More
This is about the views! Nothing can really clearly express just how incredible this is. It's by turns, quiet, peaceful and fully energized with birds, winds and brilliant sun! If up are remotely in the area - just join a tour to see the end...More
What a great sign for a photo! This is the end of the road...literally. Surprisingly this spot has not been overly crowded either time we have visited (2006 and 2016), even though we've been there during the holidays. There is a nice boardwalk trail here...More
A quiet beauty, great rocks and vistas, a nice path all the way to the beach. A very special ecosystem. Evidence of beavers.
A scenic location at the end of the world and the end of Ruta 3. A few diehard cyclists had made it to this exotic if cold and deserted location.
There is much to see, and nice to walk about. We were on a tour and had limited time. Atrea and trails are well marked. If you can go without a tour group.
Everyone wants to be there and to take photo of this end of Panamerican highway. Thus it is always crowded. take few steps more and breath in the Fin del Mundo atmosphere.