Chile and Argentina: The Bradt Trekking Guide

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Bradt Travel Guides, 2001 - Travel - 357 pages
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From the tropics to Cape Horn, these two countries have become the ideal haunts for global backpackers. First published in 1980, this classic guide provides valuable information on long- and short-distance trails of the region. Patagonia, the little-known but culturally rich region of north-west Argentina and the area around Santiago, Chile, are all covered as well as the world-famous Torres del Paine and Fitz Roy. Tim Burford provides the essential facts for backpackers on transport, where to stay, where to buy camping supplies and how to travel safely and healthily.

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Tim Burford is an expedition leader and expert on South America and eastern Europe. He has also written Bradt guides to Georgia, hiking guides to Poland & Ukraine and Romania, and backpackers' guides to Mexico and Central America.

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