End of The World Train

In the following post you will find what you need to know if you want to visit The End of the World Train in a wheelchair, one of the most visited attractions in Ushuaia.

The current history of the End of The World Train begins in 1994 when the company Tranex Turismo S.A. decides to use the last 7 kilometers of the original route, with replicas of the old steam locomotives, the passenger cars have heating and a modern audio system to learn more about its history.

End of the world train in a wheelchair National Park in a wheelchair

The tour starts at the “End of the World Station”, which is only 8 km from the city of Ushuaia to an intermediate stop at the “The Macarena station” where passengers can enjoy a great panoramic view. Unfortunately, there is no access to the Macarena waterfall, since it is done through a stairway with resting points for photographs. Finally, the tour continues until entering the Tierra del Fuego National Park.

End of the world train in a wheelchair

The facilities that passengers visiting the End of the World Train in wheelchair will find:

Priority boarding.

Access ramp to the building.

Adapted carriage.

Adapted restrooms (main station and PNTDF station).

Audio guide available in eight languages.

Auxiliary wheelchair

We offer to take you to the main station so you can make the round trip without visiting the park or wait for you at the final station to continue the ride.

If you want to know more about the services you can contact us or visit the End of the World Train web site