Dubbed one of the “toughest race on the planet,” the Patagonian Expedition Race takes racers through mountains, fjords, glaciers, and ice fields through Chilean Patagonia. Considering that only half of the 20 teams that enter, end up finishing, it’s a surprise at how many teams eek out of this thing alive.
The course requires participants to bike, trek, and kayak through 400+ miles of one of the last pristine places on earth. Our question is, if it’s that beautiful, why did the other teams drop out when they could have easily just mosied through the rest of the race?
This video shows the Yoga Slackers training in the US for conditions they’re probably facing right now in South America. Stay updated on their progress, as well as others, on the Patagonian Expedition Race’s Facebook Page.