1. TWO MONTHS IN PATAGONIA

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    from Brad Penoyer Added 1,189 3 3

    A Team Seduction Production Sixty days and eight thousand miles, from skydiving to forest fires, volcanic eruptions and glaciers - this documentary is video evidence of the trip of lifetime in one of the wildest regions left on the planet. Track List Intro: King and Queens - Thirty Seconds to Mars Part 1: White Lies - Odesza (ft. Jenni Potts) [Crush Effect Remix] Part 2: All I Know - Washed Out Part 3: Spectrolite - Roger Sellers Credits: Dale Dale - Jeites Download music from Part 1 for free here: soundcloud.com/crusheffect/white-lies-ft-jenni-potts-crush-effect-remix

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    • International Olympic Games of Campo Bridwell 2006

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      from Sean Villanueva Added 4,678 24 0

      The end of the 2006 Patagonia season seemed to have arrived and most climbers had fled to warmer destinations. Only a few fanatic alpinists remained, hoping for one more weather window and a chance to attempt their dream line on the mythical Patagonian peaks. Snow, rain and wind came and the climbers festered at base camp for weeks without end, but the weather window never came… (This was still in an era when climbers actually stayed at basecamp) To keep spirits high, and as training for the mountains the “International Olympic Games of Campo Bridwell” were organized (Base camp for Cerro Torre). Some of the most legendary climbers of history fought hard for the glory. With names like Thomas Huber (Bavaria, Germany), Toni Ponholzer (Austria), Markus Pucher (Austria), Dodo Kopolt (Slovenia), Andy Schnarf (Switzerland), Long John (USA), Aurelia Dapremont and Anna (Argentina), Nicolas Favresse (Belgium) and Mike Lecomte (Belgium) himself, it was world widely accepted that whoever won this event would be the best of the best... This is my very first video edit! (with thanks to François Huber for showing me some of the editing tricks) Our films are available for download at: https://www.reelhouse.org/xpedition DVD’s available at www.xpedition.be With thanks to Patagonia, Petzl and Five Ten

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      • Trekking Patagonia Bariloche El Chalten

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        from Patagoniatiptop Added 4 1 0

        Trekking in Bariloche, the lakes region of Patagonia. This area offers wonderful trekking options, mountain huts, lagoons, glaciers and patagonian natural forests. This tour was done in March with a client from Switzerland. After the Bariloche area, we took our client down south to the glacier region and trekked around El Chalten. On the way down there we visited la Cueva de los Manos. A cave with many thousand year old Indian Handprints in a stunning red canyon. www.patagoniatiptop.ch

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        • Hike To Fitz Roy In El Chalten - Patagonia

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          from Marc Suzdak Added 10 0 0

          A nice 50 degrees with 15 mile breeze - we are wearing jackets to start the day – we started the hike at 8:45AM. Halfway on the planned 4 km walk we take off our jackets - the first 25 minutes of the hike is up stairs (a new meaning for the word) and 30 degree inclines the entire time. The stairs were actually irregular, make of logs with varying heights from 6 – 18 inches high. At the 2 km mark we head left to the lake and to see Fitz Roy, a mountain rising 11K ft. - what a view even from several miles away! Fitz Roy is a granite mountain – it is amazing how large and beautiful the colors of it are. It is said that a snowflake landing on the glacier will take up to 30,000 years before it is finally release as water or calved. The glacial water is about 50 degrees. We decide to head further into the park to see Fitz Roy closer up so we hike an additional 5 km up and down winding rock, gravel and sandy paths that are narrow (one person across) most of the way. It is now very warm and horse flies are all around creating quite a distraction to the magnificent landscape. We got closer to Fitz Roy but stopped since we had not brought insect repellent with us today - we did not have an insect problem yesterday while hiking although today it is much warmer. It would have been another two hours of hiking to get to the next closest viewing area – our legs would have made it since it was somewhat flat but the insects were starting to get on our nerves. We walked back about 75 minutes and stopped for lunch under a tree (we temporarily lost the flies) - what a picturesque view of Fitz Roy! A guy passed us by heading up the trail while we were in the last hour returning, moving quite fast with his walking sticks and backpack - then five - six minutes later I thought I saw him passing us going back down the trail but he was jogging at this point - hmm maybe I was mistaken... Another five minutes goes by and now he is walking up the trail with his toddler sitting around his neck, getting a ride from Daddy - we gave him two thumbs up! A few minutes later, looked like his wife struggling up the trail - this is not an easy hike period for anyone, especially now that the sun is full out and about 75-80 degrees with no breeze (quite a weather contrast to when we started five hours earlier). Finally made it back down to the starting point a little after 3PM - walked 1/4 mile back to a small store and sat in the shade in the front of the store and had a soda (the music playing at the store was the entire soundtrack "Tommy" by the Who) - then walked the other 1/4 mile back to the hotel – returning to our room by 4PM. Chilled for a while.

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          • Exploring El Chalten - Trekking Capital of Argentina

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            from Marc Suzdak Added 8 0 0

            Wonderful skies in the morning if conditions are right although it only lasts for a few minutes! We walked to the entrance to the national park and hiked for 30 minutes up the hill overlooking El Chalten with the glaciers in the background.On the way back into town, we stopped at the Welcome sign for the town where we were going to get a photo taken – there was a young lady (about 20 or so) taking a picture of her miniature doll on the sign – we were taken aback for a minute or so. Initially I figured her to be in her early teens, but no, when I asked her if she would like me to take a photo of both of them and she spoke with me it was evident she was quite a bit older than 15… The doll she was carrying around was about six inches high… Dinner at Maffia's – an Italian restaurant with wonderful food. El Chalten is a trekker’s community of 1500 which was built in the middle of the national park in 1985 - an uninspiring main street reminiscent of Talkeetna, Alaska; hikers outfitted with backpacks, a dozen hostels, a few hotels and small shops.

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            • Ice Trekking - Viedma Glacier

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              from Marc Suzdak Added 7 0 0

              A 90 minute ride in the boat on Lake Viedma to the glacier - a stiff 30 MPH wind the entire trip. Upon arriving, there was a 20 minute walk uphill on large rocks to the area to put on the crampons – the staff fitted them to ensure they were correctly put on (liability issue no doubt). Unless you experience this in person it is hard to appreciate - really unbelievable! Magnificent walk on the glaciers for 90 minutes or so - had lunch after going back down to the lake while awaiting the return of the boat. Viedma glacier is the largest glacier in Argentina – 380 sq. miles and is 140 feet high and 1.25 miles wide where it meets Lake Viedma.

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              • Trip to El Chalten - Day 1 of Trip to Patagonia

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                from Marc Suzdak Added 8 0 0

                Left JFK at 10PM on Friday. Arrived at Buenos Aires at 10:30AM on Saturday -temp is about 75-80 degrees - no wind. Took an hour to connect with the driver and guide (we called him Mr. Green Pants as his pants were lime green) when we arrived who then took us to the domestic airport – about one hour away. Flight to El Calafate left at 3:30, arrived at 6:30PM - temperature is about a balmy 70 degrees. A driver met us and took us 150 miles (2 1/2 hrs.) to Don Los Cerros del Chalten hotel at El Chalten - arrived at 9:45PM -temperature about 50 degrees with a stiff 20-25 MPH wind. Washed, had quick dinner with complimentary wine at the hotel. Turned in at 11PM – a long 24 hours of travel.

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                • Wasabi (left variation) V9 @ El Chalten

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                  from Claudio Brisighello Added 52 2 0

                  More info at: http://yuri.com.br/claudio/instaseries/

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                  • Bloque de la Vaca Muerta @ El Chalten

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                    from Claudio Brisighello Added 34 2 0

                    One of the many possibilities at this boulder. More info at: http://yuri.com.br/claudio/instaseries/

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                    • La Rodillita V5 @ El Chalten

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                      from Claudio Brisighello Added 18 2 0

                      One of the best lines at this grade! More info at: http://yuri.com.br/claudio/instaseries/

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