At the farthest southern point in South America lies the region of Patagonia, in Chile. Patagonia is nicknamed "The End of the World" for how remote this region is and how challenging it is to arrive there. The geographical location is on the border of Chile and Argentina, and if you want to hike there, this is the journey that awaits you. After a 5-hour flight, there is another 5-hour journey by land until you arrive at the national park itself. When you've arrived, you can finally start your hike around the mountains and forests. Photographer Doru Oprisan went to Patagonia and back to capture the enchanting colors of fall at the end of the world.