In the morning we found ourselves in Estero Fouque of Isla Hoste around 55º03'10'' South (still amazing to be saying South rather than North with coordinates!), 69º33'30'' W.
Estero Fouque is a couple mile long fjord, and due to arriving early in the morning I wasn't sure which way we had entered the fjord from as I rolled out of my bunk to help anchor in a little cove.
With our visiting Swedes off with Charlie investigating different coves to core Christine and I went for a hike in the mountains above Ocean Tramp.
I quickly sited some interesting looking waterfalls and started heading there direction.
The waterfalls turned out to be feeding a nice little lake.
Above the lake I found a nice little waterfall where I took a little shower.
We found a lookout over a lake....
... which has a relatively nice looking river flowing out of it.
We started to try to make our way down a different to try to get a look at the river
With some snacks along the way.
Eventually I made it down to the river which looks relatively nice, but it's too low volume to make for any sort of reasonable paddling. There may be a couple of fun drops, but in general with 150-200 cfs looking to be high-ish for the river the whole thing probably will be more work than paddling.