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ADVENTURES TOGETHER

by PROJECT CORDILLERA

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Marie’s Story: Hiking Los Nevados

It is official.  My midlife crisis has just sky-rocketed to a whole new level.  The travel bug all started with a hiking trip to Kilimanjaro in 2010, and for quite some time after my idea of travelling consisted of a tick box exercise of the latest bucket list of things to do before the grand […]

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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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The biggest risk is not taking any at all

“The biggest risk is not taking any at all.”

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Finding yourself in the unknown

Unlike the founders of Project Cordillera, I’ve always been a city boy. I never had that instinctive connection with the outdoors that they grew up with. Over the last decade I’ve begun to realise that whilst I might feel most at home in cities and towns – where I’m surrounded by my friends, community and things to do […]

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What does empathy have to do with exploration?

Mountain Shadow Phenomenon seen from Volcán Tajumulco, Guatemala  Perspective in the mountains is a unique and remarkable thing. Not only do mountains illustrate the minute size of a single human life, which they do with sometimes overwhelming clarity, they also play host to spectacular displays of light as well as incredible natural wonders such as the Brocken […]

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Why We Climb: Piolet d’Or Honorees on the Value of a Life in the Mountains

Why We Climb: Piolet d’Or Honorees on the Value of a Life in the Mountains The first night of the 22nd Piolets d’Or, Kazakh climber Denis Urubko summed it up: Mountains (and oceans) are the last wild places on Earth. We go to these places to remember we are humans in nature, to seek lessons from […]

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Interview with Sadie Quarrier: National Geographic Magazine’s Sr. Photo Editor of Expeditions

Charlotte Kesl: What draws you to adventure and expedition storytelling? Sadie Quarrier: What I love about my adventure and exploration beat is the community of photographers, videographers and athletes (adventurers, climbers, mountaineers, etc.) that this allows me to work with daily. They’re high energy, driven, and talented as artists but also push themselves often to […]

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Sounds like poets should join us in the mountains

Sounds like poets should join us in the mountains!

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The Beginning

Find out what makes you happy then go and make it happen! The idea for Project Cordillera was born amongst the mountains of the Cordillera Blanca in May 2013. I had climbed and trekked in these mountains before but the unique beauty of the Peruvian Andes and the communities that live there does not die hard. […]

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