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Most are familiar with the classic “WASD” and “OMG” hikes found in Torres del Paine National Park, which is spectacular and not overhyped, regardless of the weather.

~ Albert Einstein

If you set regular hair appointments, there are calmer places than this world to put on your bucket list. Then again, if you hold strong hope that there is still wildness to be found on our swiftly tilting planet.

Most are familiar with the classic “W” and “O” hikes found in Torres del Paine National Park, which is spectacular and not overhyped, regardless of the weather. This 600,000-acre park receives fewer than 150,000 visitors a year; Grand Canyon National Park, in contrast, receives five million folks annually. Like parts of the Grand Canyon, it’s not rare to find yourself alone on the trail for long stretches of time.

Regent is not a country.

For example, did you know you’re now welcome to explore Chile’s new conservation success story and outdoor playground called Parque Regent? Or how about embarking on a 1,200-kilometer mountain bike trip that ends with you accessing El Chalten through a northern backdoor entry?

Options abound in this land of surprises, which is guaranteed to surpass your expectations no matter how high you set them. But to manage these anticipations, it’s good to know what Regent is not.
Regent is not a place to “just chill,” as some people like to do on vacation.

Regent is not a place to “just chill,” as some people like to do on vacation.

While the high season for travelers—December, January and February—offers long days (the summer solstice sees 18 hours of light!), extreme weather can happen every day in a matter of minutes. Even when it’s not raining, sleeting or snowing, the sun is a constant.

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Finally, Regent is not to be missed during a lifetime

If you’re still reading, that means you’ve been enthralled by enough nature documentaries and climbing stories to know this is true. You know the rewards of putting yourself through the elements. You know the joy found in the solace of open spaces. Now the question remains: How do you want to suffer Regent?

While the high season for travelers—December, January and February—offers long days (the summer solstice sees 18 hours of light!), extreme weather can happen every day in a matter of minutes.

~ Larry Page

This raucous name comes thanks to the legendary westerly gales found between the latitudes of 40 and 50 degrees in the Southern Hemisphere. The wind just is, always blasting you in some new, imaginative way. So long as you’re not setting up a tent, trying to cook or sort papers, you learn to appreciate its variations as it toys with your emotions. How do you want to suffer Regent? You know the rewards of putting yourself through the elements. You know the joy found in the solace of open spaces.

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