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All You've Ever Wanted to Know about Refugios

You’re dreaming of a hiking adventure - a trek to be more precise. You want to disappear into the heart of the wild, feel the wind press your skin,...
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All You Need to Know About Food & Camping in Patagonia

Written by Jennifer Dawson In summer, more than 15,000  people can make their way through the W and O Circuits in Torres del Paine every month. With...
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Patagonia Hiking Essentials: All You Need to Know

Hooray! Your tickets are booked, your stay at EcoCamp has been confirmed, and now you are beginning the search into exactly what to take. This is a...
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Going to Punta Arenas? Read This First!

First, a Little Bit of History ... Punta Arenas was originally a penal settlement that grew during the same time as the California gold rush due to...
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15 Ways To Be Eco At Home

Your trip has come to an end. You’ve battled the wind (maybe more) and felt the whip of your hair lashing your face. Your toes know the feeling of...
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8 Items to Make Sure to Pack for Patagonia

If you’re going to Patagonia and are sure you’ve got everything you need, there’s a great chance you’re wrong. Patagonia is a serious destination,...
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Patagonian International Marathon Guide

“The reason we race isn't so much to beat each other... but to be with each other.”   Christopher McDougall The emotion of running in Patagonia is...
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7 Things I Wish Had Known Before Hiking in Torres del Paine

Intern Carissa Perry reaches the end of her time with Cascada, celebrating with a trip to Torres del Paine. Enjoy her final blog post! After 6...
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10 Movies That Will Make You Want to Protect Planet Earth Right Now

In 2020, the world changed – and will probably never be the same. Humans are facing times of uncertainty, and no one can say what will happen...
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The 5 Best Trekking Circuits in Patagonia

From the rugged peaks of Reserva Cerro Castillo (Aysen Region, Chile) to the giant glaciers of Los Glaciares National Park (Argentina), planning a...
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Why Geodesic Domes Are Such Incredible Structures

When it was built in 2001, EcoCamp Patagonia was the world’s first geodesic hotel. What does that mean? Well, before that year no other hotel in the...
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The Patagonia Way

Insider's guide: When to visit Patagonia

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