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Posts tagged “chacabuco valley

Fence Removal on Tamango

Sunset / Moonrise over Los Alamos campground.

I was pretty lucky, in my opinion, to spend my first week volunteering working on trails. The other 2 primary objectives of the volunteer group is fence removal and invasive species removal. Fence removal was what we were tasked with on week 2. I can’t imagine how much work it was to install hundreds of miles of fence 30 years ago in this area, but I can imagine it was ten times harder than what we had to do which was still tough.

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Trailwork in the Valle Aviles

Mouth of the Aviles Valley.

Patagonia is home to an incredible number of relatively untouched terrain, and the Aviles Valley is no exception. Our goal for the week was to join the senderistas to extend the trail as far as we could in a few days work.

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