Wild New York

The Adirondacks, Catskills, and Finger Lakes are particularly well known for their wild places, but every region of the state offers something special. Here’s where to go to get outdoors in New York state.

The Fjords of Fuegia in Southern Patagonia

Even today, few visitors see Tierra del Fuego’s splendid fjords, which have barely changed since Darwin described them in 1833. Learn more about taking a cruise through the Beagle Channel and the Avenida de los Glaciares.

Plan a trip to Manuel Antonio

Immediately southeast of Quepos, a road climbs sharply over the forested headland of Punta Quepos before dropping down to the evolving beachfront community of Manuel Antonio.