Leaving the Altiplano Rhotang La Jumping the Darien Gap Hemis Monastery Fill ‘er up! Maggie Noodles! Khardung La Baralacha La Laguna Colorado Mooney Falls El Maestro Museo de las Momias Cartagena Canyon of the duck Visiting with Coco Laguna Verde Bienvenido a Colombia! Riding the roof of the world Iguacu! Los hijos de altiplano O2 Carretera Austral The walled city The Estrada Real Tools Haunchaco San Vicente The lost city Ecuador The world’s largest salar 800 years later Todo sur Royal Enfield Taj Mahal A stormy Torres del Paine Quelap Weeeee!!!! El Amatillo Little bridges and big gorges Floating Village Ancient Mayan cities Lago Atitlan Banos La Posta Nicaragua Splash! Hanuman temple Mas practica Srinagar marketplace Steps of Lapa Bring on the curry! Maranon River

Photo Roulette

San Vicente

This little guy seeks a reprieve from the sun in the small mining town where Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid were allegedly gunned down. I have enormous respect for the people who live atop this 15,000 ft peak. San Vicente, Bolivia

Leaving the Altiplano

After months of climbing some of the highest peaks in the Americas and being in a permanent state of asphyxia I’m exiting southern Bolivia and descending some 8,000 feet to the Atacama desert in Chile. Bolivia/Chile Frontera

Bienvenido a Colombia!

After one continuous party starting in Panama City, I’m finally on the road again.

800 years later

The abandoned structures at Ta Prohm temple seem helpless in the path of the advancing jungle, I’m overcome with a sense of insignificance as I roam the ancient grounds. Ta Prohm Temple, Angkor, Siem Reap, Cambodia

Hanuman temple

one of many attractions in Karol Bagh is the Hanuman temple.


the still expanding Perito Moreno glacier, it’s quite a sight to witness a massive chunk of ice fracture off and fall into the ocean. Perito Moreno, Argentina

Khardung La

Khardung La lays claim to being home to the “Highest Road in the World” and is the gateway to the Nubra valley. This was an exceptional riding day, one I won’t soon forget. Khardung La, Jammu and Kashmir, India


Crossing into another hemisphere!