1. Viajando al Salar de Aguas Calientes I

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    Viajando a través de la Ruta 23CH hasta el Paso Jama, hasta el Salar de Aguas Calientes. La ruta de muy buena condiciones y de escaso tráfico, nos presenta un acceso desde San Pedro de Atacama muy empinado, partiendo desde los 2.440 metros sobre el nivel del mar hasta elevarnos a los 4.807 metros de altura sobre el nivel del Mar. La Ruta nos muestra un paisaje dominado por Volcanes y montañas de gran altura de un suelo que muestra las cicátrices de la erosión volcánica , así como además nos muestra lo que el fuerte viento altiplano ha hecho con los macizos de rocas, siendo la muestra más clara Los Monjes de La Pacana. Sin embargo, a pesar del fuerte viento reinante y el tipo de suelo existente, la vida se hecho camino, ya que en las zonas abundan los lagos salados y vegetación compuesta caso exclusivamente por Coirón Altiplánico , donde Las Vicuñas dominan el terreno , junto a las aves habitantes de los Salares donde las Parinas Andinas son un residente de lujo. Equipo : iPhone 5S - Grabado a Pulso. Aceleración : 6X - Hyperlapse Edición : Milos Mimica Música : Armin van Buuren - Waiting for the Night (feat. Fiora)

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    • Conociendo el verdadero azul del cielo - Salar Aguas Calientes I.

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      Salar de Aguas Calientes I, es uno de los muchos de los lagos de Agua Salada de baja profundidad que albergan mucha de la vida silvestre del Altiplano de San Pedro de Atacama, Chile. Donde conviven muchas especies de importante tamaño, tales como : Parinas. Vicuñas y otras aves de menos tamaño. El Salar se encuentra ubicado al costado de la Ruta 23Ch que une sana pedro de Atacama , con el Paso Fronterizo Jama, que une Chile con Argentina, se emplaza a uno 130 kilómetros de Sana Pedro de Atacama y a 30 kilómetros de la Frontera con Argentina

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      • Taller II - Cuerpo y Territorio - Etapa de reconocimiento, San Pedro de Atacama, Chile.

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        from Mario Soto Added

        Compacto desarrollado para el Taller II "Cuerpo y Territorio" de la Escuela de Arquitectura de la Universidad Católica del Norte en el ejercicio desarrollado en el pueblo de San Pedro de Atacama, segunda región de Antofagasta, Chile. Registro GoPro Hero 3+ via DJI Phantom Drone: JHONNY ORREGO Registro Canon 7D, Edición y Post-producción: MARIO SOTO Musica: "Las Indias" de Matanza Agosto 2014

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        • San Pedro de Atacama - Chile

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          from Felipe González Molina Added 325 2 0

          - Nikon D5100 - AF-S NIKKOR DX 18-105mm f/3.5-5.6G ED VR - AF-S DX NIKKOR 35mm f/1.8G - Adobe Premiere Pro CS5 - Explosions in the sky - Your Hand in Mine

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          • Chile Part 2 - San Pedro de Atacama

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            South America Part 2 - One month was not long for what I had in mind. Chile is over 4,300km long. A further flight and 24 hour bus ride before arrival in San Pedro de Atacama, set in the driest desert on the planet. A landscape of volcanoes and red, brittle landforms like Mars. Though more reminiscent of a cheap Sci-fi film set. But it was still the most alien environment I had ever visited. Walking around the small town of blinding, white-washed buildings in 40 degrees heat, you expected to see Clint Eastwood in a poncho, smoking a cigar or Ben Kenobi on a speeder. What really surprised me was the number of cruddy mountain bikes for hire. Something good must have been happening. Out of the sea of Treks and GTs, many still with v brakes, I spotted something very peculiar - a rocky mountain 650b. Now I’m not going to debate wheel size, but who is riding this brand new, shiny beast I see before me? One of the few locals in town, Coto’s his name. I immediately tried out my new found love for Spanish (pa-ha!) and asked if he knew anywhere good to ride. Having recently quit his tour guide job he spent everyday riding, “come along” he said. We made our way out into the encrusted, dried up desert. The first time my 3 litre camelback had been brimming full. With two more of Coto’s companions on board, before I knew it we were at the top of La Quebrada del Diablo, a windswept red and yellow canyon. It was flatter than I hoped but my first time riding such a strange geographic phenomenon. It was peddaly but the constant weaving and ducking through tight corners kept you on your toes. Instead of low lying branches, we were ducking to avoid overhanging rocks! It gently meandered downhill for 20 minutes. I was a little disappointed given this was the one trail I knew about from the guide books but as we exited the gorge a red Hilux was taking shelter under one of the few trees. Before I knew what was going on (they’re speaking Spanish after all) the bike was in the back and we were off to their local spot. We drove an uphill section of the highway out of town and simply peeled off to the left. There was vast potential. With no trees, you could simply pick lines out of the hills for hours. We descended down through another canyon, this time it was really good from the get go. There were steep sandy chutes to surf, banks to rail, natural whoops to pump, ridgelines galore and some rocky tech thrown into the mix. It was quite surreal, as if Captain Kirk appeared on this cheap film set, fist fighting with a man in a rubber lizard suit. A desolate, alien landscape assaulting you as you hung on to your bars. This was what I came searching for. From being spoon fed the best trails in Patagonia the first week to having an outright Atacaman adventure the next. The best was still to come.

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            • Tierra Atacama Sunrise

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              from Wade Pros Added 13 0 0

              August 14, 2014 sunrise at Hotel Tierra Atacama

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              • Señor Jaime

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                Proprietor of the Hostal Quinta Adela, San Pedro de Atacama, Chile, 2007. He and his family were gracious hosts. (Please excuse the amateur production, and never use a $10 microphone.)

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                • sanpedro-selfie

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                  from Fran Chandía Added 90 0 0

                  ida y vuelta. canción: my country (tune-yards) grabado con una Gopro Hero 3 editado con After Effects (por no tener otro a mano)

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                  • GIRA COLONOS

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                    from Yordi Vieyte Added 112 0 0

                    Gira de estudios a San Pedro de Atacama, Colegio Colonial de Pirque, julio 2014.

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                    • Chile Destinos Turisticos, Chile

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                      Video realizado para la empresa de difusión turística illi

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