The past nine months have been a journey of energy, frustration, sweat, cold, wind, laughs, scree, sore feet, an icy tent, warm sleeping bags, a lot of lamb stew, hard work, failure, perseverance, and success. And we’re so close.
Immerse yourself in the confluence of the Baker and the Chacabuco, two of Patagonia’s wild, free-flowing, and threatened rivers.
The Maps for Good team ventures across the country and sets up shop in California.
After an incredible three months in the field, the data collection phase of Mapping the Patagonia National Park Project is complete. Now we’re off to San Francisco to produce the maps!
OUR PLAN… was to start on an old mining road and explore an overgrown horse trail that leads into the heart of Valle Furioso. We would spend the night deep in […]
Just a few days ago, the sky opened up for the first time since we’ve been here.
The first time we drove through Valle Chacabuco a month ago, we were instantly enchanted by one particular beautiful valley reaching north up to a row of steep, jagged, glaciated peaks. Last weekend we set off to explore it.