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Riding one of the few remaining steam train routes in the world
The Patagonia Beer Trail but in winter, without beer and with mud and snow
dropping off of the andes in search of some sun
tired of being wet and cold in chile? time to be wet and cold in argentina :)
The white wind in the wet chilean winter and the story of the great shadow dog
taking the easy way over to the Lakes District
was it all a dream? snow-walk-biking into the heart of the winter in Chile, Araucania region
gone for a hike!
more bikepacking and packrafting along the interior of chile.
This is what bikepacking and touring is actually like. Hm. its not really all that bad
heading out into the heart of the Andes and the land of the volcanoes on a pushbike.
The ride out of Santiago, Chile and the beginning of the Great Patagonian Hike-A-Bike
Overview of traveling with power banks, dynamo and solar to keep your electronics charged
The paved highway is not the only way from Mendoza to Santiago, there is a horse trail that can take bikepackers and hikers alike between the two big cities.
Its been a while since riding tarmac and main roads. Its really not that bad!
The road to Rodeo through the valley of bones. Some of the most remote parts of the Argentinian Puna.
Riding and “riding” along the high Puna’s highest passes to the highest crater lake in the world and a roadless 5600m pass.
Six miles north, part 2. More of the puna in northern argentina
Riding the six miles north route from Chile to Argentina
taking the backroads toward the Salars of Bolivia
Wandering through the rocky lands of the smiling llama and through some of the toughest trails (if you can call them that) of cordillera real
walking and biking along the rainy Apolobamba range toward Sorata, Bolivia
instead of going south, why not ride north to the border and see more alpacas and mountains