The Darwin Range is a short mountain range covered by an ice field. It is located in the southwestern part of the Isla Grande de Tierra del Fuego, entirely within the Chilean Territory. It is part of the longest Andes range and includes the highest mountains in Tierra del Fuego. The Darwin Range extends west to east from the Monte Sarmiento in the vicinity of Magdalena Channel to the Cerro Bove, near Yendegaia Bay. It is bounded by the Almirantazgo Fjord on the north and the Beagle Channel on the south. Other summits include the Mount Italia and the Mount Darwin, the highest mountain in the range at 2500m.
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