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The Andes & South America

South America is in the middle of the continents ranked by area--smaller than Asia, Africa, and North America, but bigger than Antarctica, Europe, and Australia/Oceania. However, for a relatively small landmass, South America presents an embarassment of geographical riches: the biggest river in the world, the largest rainforest, the driest desert, and, dominating its western edge, the longest single mountain range in the world: the Andes.

Argentina's Aconcagua (22,835'/6960m) is famous as the highest peak in the western hemisphere, but Andean peaks rise to over 20,000'/6100m in Chile, Bolivia, Peru, and Ecuador as well, and Colombia (18865'/5750m) and Venzuela (16427'/5007m) are not far behind. Make no mistake, these are big, glaciated, and serious mountains for almost their entire length.


Torres del Paine National Park is located in the southernmost part of Chile serving as one of the 11 areas protecting the Patagonia region, Magallanes, and Chilean part of Antarctica. Four of the protected areas are national parks with Torres del Paine encompasses an area of 700.43 square miles(1,814.1 sq km) by itself. Neighboring parks include Bernardo O’Higgins National Park sitting north and the Argentine Los Glaciares National Park sitting in the north. The national park delivers stunning scenery featuring glaciers, lakes, mountains, and rivers. The Paine mountain range is the heart of the park which delivers the series of three spectacular granite summits lining together in a row creating the picturesque Torres del Paine. The three summits are known individually as Torres d’Agostini, Torres Central, and Torres Monzino reaching heights of over 8,200 feet (2,500 m).

If Alaska and North America is not on your hit-list, drop us a line to see if theres something for you that we haven't anticipated. Alternatively, download the Rogue Sports Travel Trekking guides to inform you of the detail we bring to the party.. 

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Brecon Beacons Mountain Training Bivouac

The new Rogue Expedition training weekends afford you the full flavour of what trekking with Rogue's specialist guides entails. Based in the heart of The Brecon Beacons, our home, this s'ampler' is designed to give you the confidence and knowledge to conquer your personal challenges. Let us bring the bucket list experience to you in a safe and prepared manner.......We leave nobody behind!

Coffee and a chat?

Oh we do love a coffee at Rogue Sports Travel. Our Mountain training scool is situated just above the beautiful village of Crickhowell in The Brecon Beacons. When we are not on the mountains we do love a coffee in some of the best coffee shops and cafés of this picturesque town. if you're in the area we'd love to meet and chat all things adventure & if you can't make it............ drop us a line...

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Our Most Popular Adventures

With backgrounds in mountain and arctic capability, Jungle Instruction and Desert Survival, Rogue Sports Travel is at the frontline, and leading your charge to take you out of your comfort zone. Take a look at some of our most popular adventures and take that first step to an incredible life changing experience.


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the Colorado River

In the shadow Of The Grand Canyon & Las Vegas

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