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Our Territories

From Alaska south to the Grand Canyon, our territory boasts some of the world's most spectacular and interesting, yet uncrowded places. The geography varies dramatically, from astounding glacial mountains of the north, to undulating, game-filled prairies, to the brilliantly painted high deserts of Utah and Arizona. And, it is all repeated in a truly unique way in Patagonia. There are big rivers, small rushing mountain streams, and alpine lakes where the water is so clear you can see to the bottom. Wildlife can easily be seen whether you're driving in your car, sitting astride your horse or hiking mountain trails.

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The magnificent Rockies offer some of the nation's most revered landscapes. They are the backbone of a wild land that extends a unique blend of views, adventure, native civilization and creature comforts. Spend a week at a western ranch, look over the edge of a buffalo jump, fish miles of pristine rivers or hike along the edge of an azure mountain lake.
Alaska is a land of extraordinary possibility. The Last Frontier's character is defined by rich Indian, Eskimo and Aleut cultures, giant Mt. McKinley, teeming seabirds, sea otters, Kodiak bears and Dall sheep. Whether you hike among caribou in the shadow of Denali's spires, kayak the rugged seacoast or marvel at a breaching whale, you'll leave with intense memories and remarkable stories to tell.
No sharper contrast can be found in nature than that of the Rocky Mountains to the neighboring Desert Southwest. Replace fir trees with towering saguaros, soaring mountains with plunging canyons, and snow-filled winters with ceaseless sunny days. This is a land of colorful geology and vibrant Indian and Hispanic cultures. Hike along smooth slick rock below hanging gardens, visit centuries-old ruins, and plumb the depths of one of the world's largest canyons.
Rich diversity characterizes the Pacific Northwest, where lush rainforests, coastal tide pools, high mountain glaciers, traditional Indian and British cultures, and two thriving, energetic cities come together. The result is an exciting combination of art, folklore, city sophistication and the great outdoors. Nowhere else will you find yourself beach combing, exploring a glacier, ferrying to an island and dressing up for high tea, all in one day.
On the southernmost reaches of the backbone of the Western Hemisphere, high rugged mountains, glaciers, rivers, lakes and forests overwhelm the senses. Wild condors, guanacos, big trout, whales and penguins surprise and amuse the few travelers who have found Patagonia's charms. Homegrown meats, fruits, vegetables, and wines will delight the palate, while Argentine and Chilean cultures captivate guests with genuine friendliness and warmth.

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