Holy shit, this guy is going to die! The story of my first bloody rescue.

Cerro La Campana is a locally famous summit of the central Chilean region for its view above Aconcagua, as well for its microclimate born from the union of the ones coming from the Andes and from the Pacific coast. With 13km and 1400m of elevation gain, the trail heading to the summit is a solid family objective, especially with a 20kg baby pack on your shoulders.

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Our first camping experience with one-year old twins.

My wife is crazy! It’s what I thought all the week before going to try for the first time camping with our twins. Only one-year old, logistic is already at full speed in the comfort of our home. I saw this experience at a punishing four days expedition in the wild with toddlers not able to see all dangers around. At the end, I was wrong.

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