Running Aysen: to the top of Cerro Cinchao

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Patagonia delivered a concert of strong winds, rain, hail, and even snow in some sectors of medium and high altitude. When the skies finally cleared, the sun king found me in Coyhaique, with my gear well-organized for every detail, ready to run to the Cerro Cinchao, whose visible summit (4461 feet) had fed my animosity since 2004.  
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Wineries in Patagonia: Worth the Trip?

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400400Should you go to San Patricio de Chañar and the Alto Valle del Rio Negro, the wine regions of Northern Patagonia?
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The Negative Impacts of the HidroAysén Project on Tourism

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This week, the Council for the Defense of Patagonia (CDP), through its executive secretary, Patricio Rodrigo, was invited by the Special Commission on Tourism of the lower chamber of Chile’s Congress to speak about the negative impacts of the HidroAysen project on tourism. At the same meeting, the vice-president of HidroAysen, Daniel Fernandez, was also invited but he did not attend. 
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Chile’s Salmon Farm Industry Pushing South Into Patagonia

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As Chile’s once-lucrative salmon farming industry tries to rebound from the widespread damage caused by the infectious salmon anemia (ISA) virus over the past two years, it has set its sights on new, still mostly pristine and virus-free waters further south on the Patagonian coast.
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