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In January 2014, four friends set off to climb in the remote reaches of Northern Patagonia. Off the grid in Patagonia the stakes are high; there is never a good time to take a bad fall, but when the possibility of even asking for help is hours or days away, the significance is that much greater. Consequences and weather are constant travel companions on the way to sending La Vuelta de los Condores (5.11 A2). A short film from Arc’teryx.