Several travel agencies offer day and night tours of Ushuaia on mountain bike, as an alternative to the typical tour. You can also wheel out on your own to the ranches, Tierra del Fuego National Park and other attractions, stopping whenever you want to snap photos or just to enjoy the scenery. Bring along a picnic lunch to make your outing even more pleasurable.
Some hostels rent bicycles to their guests (average $10-15 per day). If you prefer to go on tour, Ushuaia Biking has city and other excursions on bike (Monday-Friday 9 a.m.-7 p.m., Saturday 9 a.
Relative price: Budget
Travel Skills: None
You Need to Bring: Bring warm and wet-proof clothing, food and drink. Use sunglasses and sun block.
Hike in Parque Nacional Tierra del Fuego, on other trails closer to the city or to Glaciar Martial. Take the Tren al Fin del Mundo to the national park. Visit the museums or catch an event at one of the many cultural centers. Go out to Estancia Harberton or cruise the Beagle Channel. In winter, hit the slopes for a variety of snow sports.
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