After a brisk hike up Volcan San Pedro I’m rewarded with a stunning view of Lago Atitlan. San Pedro, Lago Atitlan, Guatemala
A fierce storm brewing behind the massif that resulted in yours truly getting pummeled by ice from all directions. The Torres is one of my favorite national parks in Latin America. Hiking the “W” Trail is worth the extra time.
After thousands of miles and a year of travel I’ve reached the southern tip of South America and the end of ruta 3. Tierra del Fuego, Argentina
It sits on a mountain at 10,000 feet and dates back to the 6th century which makes it almost a 1000 years older than Machu Piccu, yet its history is largely unknown. Riding here was a half the fun.
I traveled to India to ride the highest road in the world and didn’t give much consideration to the Taj Mahal. I’ve since seen the err of my ways. Taj Mahal, Agra, India
Crossing into another hemisphere!
Paring down the tools and spare parts kit for the long trip south.
Peering over the ~200 foot drop of Mooney Falls. Mooney Falls, Havasupai Falls, Grand Canyon National Park, Arizona, USA
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