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Back in January, the south island of New Zealand was hit with too much rain. As I walked the Kepler track the damage was fresh. Massive trees hung over river rocks like rag dolls; impromptu trail was created and a … Continue reading
Far south in Chilean Patagonia the Torres del Paine National Park was teetering between spring and summer and it was time for me to conquer the W Trek. Dozens of miles of trail wrap around the Cordillera Paine, a group … Continue reading
After the ice sheets in Greenland and Antarctica, the Southern Patagonia Ice Field is the largest source of freshwater on Earth. 48 glaciers feed into this ice field and during my stay in El Calafate I ventured out onto one … Continue reading