Buenos Aires, with a population of about 3 million, is a web of busy streets often clogged with traffic and people rushing and jamming to get somewhere. It can be hard to look beyond that sensory overload to see the gems of Buenos Aires parks and expanses of green spaces that are tucked here and there in the city. Many in fact can be connected in such a way to allow you to feel as if you are in a huge, green, forested park and not a densely packed urban city. Take a quick jaunt through the must-visit Buenos...Read More
El Impenetrable National Park in Argentina is a mystical, wonderful place full of secrets revealed to the traveler willing to listen quietly and look with patient eyes.Read More
The soaring crags of Fitz Roy are renown for playing hide-and-seek with travelers who trek in Patagonia due to swirling clouds from the region’s unpredictable weather. Decades ago, before technology helped alpinists and hikers track weather with a click, a small lean-to hut at Rio Blanco at the base of the mountain would be home to mountaineers waiting for a weather window to open to climb this epic peak. I didn’t come to Patagonia in Argentina to summit Fitz Roy’s crags. Far from it. That is the beauty of Patagonia’s Santa Cruz province and its spectacular mountains and hills....Read More
Trying to name the best of Patagonia for a short trip to that southernmost region in Argentina isn’t an easy task. The region covers a great expanse – nearly 2,300 miles north to south — with a diverse climate that takes you from sea level to Fitzroy.Read More
Trekking Patagonia. Whatever guidebook you read, this South American region most certainly is on the “to-do list” of any mountain or outdoor person. Arthur Kudelka, director of the service department for outdoor footwear brand LOWA, headed to Argentina in 2017 and shares his journal and amazing photos with us, and, as a result, you.Read More
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