Mountain Moments + Win A Trip to Peru!

At 24,981ft, Gangkhar Puensum in Bhutan, world's 40th tallest mountain, is the world's highest unclimbed mountain. Though four expeditions were attempted to reach the summit, all failed, and in 1994, the Government of Bhutan prohibited climbing of peaks higher than 6,000 meters out of respect for local spiritual beliefs. The locals regarded the mountains sacred and wished to protect them for the future generations and continuity of their culture. So though you can never climb th

Notes from the Street: Santiago’s Children

When the smog hangs like a blanket in the sky, it can be hard to remember days of blue. You breathe it in, sucking it deep into your lungs to send it swimming through your veins, day after day, until the moment comes when you cannot remember how fresh air is supposed to be.stead it just lingers there above you, always reaching you but not always seen, a heavy cloud of grey that taints a place that could almost be perfect.

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