Walking Womad – 1000 miles, 2 months
Jan Dudeck has been exploring and documenting routes he calls the Greater Patagonian Trail.
‘Unbounded’ is an adventure-travel documentary following an unaided crew of four hailing from different corners of the globe as they hike and pack-raft roughly 1,500 km through the Patagonia region of South America.
The expedition will take place from mid-December to mid-April, documenting the extreme and unique conditions in Patagonia and the surrounding area.
The crew will base their trip along the “Greater Patagonian Trail” and make they’re way to Patagonia National Park. The film will focus on discovering the indescribable factors of Patagonia, learning the history and culture of the people living in the area, and bringing to light the incredible beauty of the region – all in an effort to help raise awareness of the need to preserve this untamed, but delicate area.
A significant portion of the film’s proceeds will go towards Conservacion Patagonica to help protect and maintain this incredibly vast and beautiful landscape.
details on kickstarter
related – Reese Wells and Tyler Nachand are headed out on the GPT starting this November, as well.
… to Anaktuvuk, float southwest on the John River, hike west to the Alatna River, float southeast on the Alatna to access the Arrigetch, cross the Arrigetch, float northwest on the Noatak River, hike southwest to the Ambler River, and float west to Ambler. 400 miles in 19 days. …
Click PLAY or watch it on Vimeo.
I subscribed to a new hiking podcast via the iTunes store.🙂
That’s Scott Janz.
You can listen via the Backpacker.tv website too.
Bariloche is a perfectly logical gateway to Patagonia for those going from North to South, and as such it was my first stop on a glorious two-month adventure all through Chile and Argentinian Patagonia. …
Click PLAY or watch some highlights on YouTube.