For more than ten years, in the wildest and the southern most region of Patagonia, we have been developing an event that the international press has named “The Last Wild Race”: The Patagonian Expedition Race®. However, many runners, mountain climbers and followers have cultivated an idea of discovering pristine terrain without the pressure of competing with one another. Therefore, we have created a new experience that would make this idea a reality: The Patagonian Discovery Challenge.
In total, the expedition will take place in eight days, which can be broken down to six days of expedition, a day to go the starting point and another day back to the city.
Includes: one night in the hotel with dinner (7 of February, Saturday), route map, map development, permit requirements, general logistics, transportation from Punta Arenas to the venue and back, communication satellites, satellite tracking, expedition guide, risk management and security, general operations and coordinations center, digital and video documentary.
Does not include: food, accommodations in the city, camping equipment, personal equipment and clothes, compass, GPS, health insurance and rescue, porters, other services not specified. (Should you need us to take care of your diet or some specific equipments or other services, you may contact us for additional costs.)
To read the rules and regulations of the Patagonian Discovery Challenge, click here.
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