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The Land of a Thousand Rhythms: Discovering Colombian Music

I admit my knowledge of Colombian music is limited – Shakira anyone? But, not long ago I found myself reading one of those Pitchfork-type-exposés on the up-and-coming music scene in Bogotá. I’ll put it on my to do list I thought, as it would be a surefire way to out-maneuver the Father John Misty reference […]

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How to Pack Like a Pro

We’ve spent a lot of time living out of backpacks while trekking through back-country forests and wandering around cities. That translates to a lot of time and plenty of, sometimes frustrating, experiences understanding the necessities for a perfect trip. It’s taken us years to find our favorite items and pack like pros. So, whether you’re […]

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Bienvenidos a Colombia | Project Cordillera Launches in Colombia

Bienvenidos a Colombia! It seems like only moments ago that I wrote about the Evolution of Project Cordillera back in January 2016… Oh, how the time flies when you’re having fun! Over a year later, the progress we’ve made continues to snowball. We have more Partners, more opportunities, more people joining our community and more […]

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Must Read: Colombia Travel Information, all you need to know!

Colombia is an unforgettable land of music, coffee, friendships, diversity and stunning landscapes. It’s not to be missed. While what you will find below is not comprehensive, but it is a good start for beginning to understand the country you are about to visit. If you need more Colombia travel information, be sure to look […]

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Flooding, Mudslides and Burst Rivers Cause Havoc in Perú

Perú is suffering from extreme levels of rainfall – as much as 10 times the usual rainy season downpour (which is a LOT). The far North of the country, especially the region of Piura, as well as much of the Northwestern desert coast is affected, including parts of the capital, Lima, and other areas downstream. […]

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Drone Footage of Alpamayo

Some champion just took a drone to Alpamaya! Here you can see the final route up the Southwest Face, like never before! 🙂

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Lima’s Food Revolution

The starting point for almost all Peruvian adventures is the country’s capital, Lima. This enormous city holds as many people as London and is bustling with a wealth of sites to see, food to eat, and things to do. You are bound to meet travellers of all calibers here; backpackers making their way through South […]

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High Mountains Adaptation Partnership: Huaraz, Peru

If you’re interested in learning more about the climate change affecting the mountains in Huaraz, Peru, please watch this excellent video from USAID about The High Mountains Adaptation Partnership’s Peru workshop.  

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Project Cordillera Team Stories from 2016

Following up on our 2016 favourite images post from last week, we thought we’d give you a few personal highlights from our team located around the world and our favourite Project Cordillera moments. Although many of us haven’t met and we all lead very different lives, there’s one thing we will always have in common: our […]

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mountain climbing, expeditions, peru, cordilleras

Partnerships Manager: Apply Now to Join Our Team

Partnerships Manager – Job Description Full or Part-Time Staff Position 1 Month Trial Period – Long-Term Engagement Based in Medellin, Colombia Overview: Managing the development of both commercial and sustainability partnerships and client development processes, the main tasks of this role will involve liaising with partners across Latin America as well as managing client facing […]

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