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  1. #26
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    Outstanding!
    I had worked pretty hard on my Spanish, got down on myself a few times for sure. Glad to hear more confirmation on the tough Spanish down there.
    Definitely hoping for another trip down in a couple years.




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  2. #27
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    So you were in way southern Chili? How was the snow?
    No longer stuck.

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    Just an uneducated guess.

  3. #28
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    Thanks for all the report! Understand not wanting to blow up the spot but that's a pretty niche ski touring destination. I doubt it will ever get crowded (remote, bad weather, adventure) and the locals would probably appeciate some tourists. Just in case you wanna name some peaks 😉

    I have a friend from study abroad many years ago who is from Coyhaique that I would like to visit. A good excuse to bring skis down.

    Felicitaciones por el viaje. De acuerdo que el chileno es otra cosa que el castellano

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    Great write up thanks mang


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  5. #30
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    We did fly to Coyhaique, and spent the whole trip south of there, down to about 48 degrees. After a few weeks, Im inclined to agree somewhat that the weather and other factors will keep it pretty quiet. Definitely worth a visit! I also think Coyhaique will continue to grow into a sporting hub for the Aysen, theres a decent number of local kayakers too. Itll be interesting to see how it looks in a years or decades.


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  6. #31
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    Epic photos and sounds like epic winds! Incredible trip. Thanks for sharing!
    The Passion is in the Risk

  7. #32
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    Great stuff!!Impressive. Have to get down there!

  8. #33
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    Super impressive motivation -- thanks for taking the time to out this together!

  9. #34
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    Serious adventure, well written, great photos. Thanks for sharing with all of us


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  10. #35
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    Ok, revisiting this now during an unproductive day at work. A lot to unpack here, what a cool trip!

    Even the low-hanging fruit roadside looks incredible.

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