Why are Parks Important? Let's Hear from the Experts

Last week, a webinar hosted by Chilean nature publication Ladera Sur and bi-national nonprofit.
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How to Leave No Trace

National parks are magical. Wide-open spaces, native fauna and endless hiking trails offer.
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How We Can Protect Patagonia

Today is World Environment Day, a special event organized by the United Nations that draws.
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Why are Parks Important? Let's Hear from the Experts

Last week, a webinar hosted by Chilean nature publication Ladera Sur and bi-national nonprofit organization Chile California Council looked at the...
Published: August 12, 2020
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How to Leave No Trace

National parks are magical. Wide-open spaces, native fauna and endless hiking trails offer travelers the perfect escape and experience in nature. But...
Published: February 28, 2020
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How We Can Protect Patagonia

Today is World Environment Day, a special event organized by the United Nations that draws awareness to conservation and environmental protection. ...
Published: June 5, 2019
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Let's Talk Inclusive Travel in Chile

The year is 2018 and accessibility is still an issue. This World Health Organization report shows that stigma towards people living with a disability...
Published: August 30, 2018
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What We're Up To On World Environment Day

World Environment Day: What is it? World Environment Day (WED) is a special day on June 5th, organized each year by the United Nations to draw...
Published: May 30, 2018
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Volunteering with the Torres del Paine Legacy Fund

Guest post written by: Emily Hopcian. Emily Hopcian is a freelance writer based in Bariloche, Argentina. You can find her on Twitter and Instagram...
Published: May 10, 2018
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Wheel the World Makes History in Patagonia

A few days before Christmas last year, Alvaro Silberstein made history as the first disabled person to explore Torres del Paine National Park -...
Published: January 23, 2017
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Eco Hiking in Patagonia: Don't Forget Your Biodegradable Soap!

Hikers involved in the ‘green’ movement have earned themselves the unfortunate reputation over the years of being - how shall we put this? - less...
Published: April 4, 2013
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