HUEMULES NATURAL RESERVE The Huemul, a Southern Andes native deer, gives name to this extraordinary shared-ranch development that offers the posibility of owning a land lot within a unique natural protected area. Lot owners are also co-owners of a 5.800 hectare (14.000 acre) ranch of unvaluable tourist and natural conservation interest, avoiding a large investment to buy and run a ranch by their own. Huemules is based on the principle that land, air, water, flora, fauna, history and culture are resources that have to be known, in order to value them at their full potential. Huemules is located 17 kilometers away from El Chaltén, at the foot of majestuous Monte Fitz Roy and the Southern Patagonia Ice Field. Its landscapes and beautiful sceneries are a representative sample of the typical Patagonian natural environment, unreached by human intervention. There are natural forests and a surprising fauna of ducks, woodpecker, condor, huemul, red fox and puma, among others. Besides, it containes the most accesible path to the Continental Ice Field in the Glaciers National Park, which with its 700.000 hectares constitutes the third potable water reserve in the world. Huemules ranch has also exciting views of the most important tourist attraction, Monte Fitz Roy, and contains the Cagliero, Gorra Blanca and Marconi glaciers. Owning a lot in Huemules posses the following advantages: 1.It allows to be a sponsor of an extraordinary natural protected area, sharing maintenance and administrative costs 2.There are only 92 lots that concentrate less than 5% of the ranch’s 5.800 hectares. A river formed by glacier melted water runs in the front of many lots. 3.The lots area is characterized by lenga and ñire native forests with ancient trees, and has breathtaking views to Monte Fitz Roy and the valleys of Las Vueltas and Diablo rivers. 4.With a new Visitors Center and carefully designed mountain paths, Huemules is a paradise for trekking, mountain climbing, horseback riding, Continental Ice Field walks, Nordic ski, fly fishing, etc. 5.It is located within a high potential tourist circuit: Viedma Lake glacier, El Chaltén, Fitz Roy Mount, Continental Ice Field, Las Vueltas river, etc. Driving distances: » El Chaltén: 17 Km. (35 min.). » El Calafate: 230 Km. (2,5 a 3 hours). » Río Gallegos: 452 km. (6 hours). Flight time from Buenos Aires to El Calafate: 3 hr.