2.3 Mile High La Paz

La Paz, sitting in a bowl at an altitude between 3.200 and 4.100 meters, is the highest capital city in the world surrounded by the high mountains of the altiplano, specifically triple-peaked Illimani. Behind Santa Cruz de la Sierra, it is Bolivia’s second largest...

14 Hours from Chulumani

Our final destination in the La Paz region was Chulumani. It was spent with drunks, downpours and delays and it certainly did not go the way we anticipated, but it ended up being much more fun than we ever imagined! We planned to head to Chulumani the weekend of...

Huayna Potosi, Mission Accomplished

From the moment we arrived in La Paz and being able to see Illimani from our apartment window, I wanted to hit the hills again – it’s been six years since I summited Huascaran in Peru with some friends and I was hungry to get back into thin air. Illimani, at...

Coroico and the WMDR

It’s already our second weekend in La Paz and time for an adventure! The North Yungas Road, suitably titled “Worlds Most Dangerous Road” or WMDR for short, is a renowned downhill mountain bike ride and formerly the only road through the mountains from La Paz to...

Condor Trekkers

One of the top activities to do while visiting Sucre, Bolivia is the trek to the Maragua crater with a visit to the dinosaur footprints. We decided to use Condor Trekkers, a non-profit organization that distributes its profits back to the community and relies heavily...

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