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Meet the Wageneers


meet the wageneers

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Meet the Wageneers


meet the wageneers

 

We're Jeremy and Elise, the duo behind The Wageneers. We met in a wilderness skills class and have been going on adventures ever since. We live to climb, camp, hike, bike, surf, and ski. This is our first overland expedition. We're excited to share our stories with you!

 

She Explores

Elise is featured in She Explores, the largest online outdoor women's community. 

 

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Meet Glenda


meet glenda (Our Home)

Meet Glenda


meet glenda (Our Home)

 

Glenda (aka La Tortuga) is our green 1991 Geländewagen (German for "off-road car") that is powering us to the bottom of the world! She is our little home on wheels during our journey. Check out the modifications we made and our favorite gear

 
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The Trip


the trip

The Trip


the trip

 

CALIFORNIA TO ARGENTINA

Driving the Pan-American Highway


The call for a big adventure has always captivated us. After bouncing around a few different ideas, we decided on a (very) long road trip to the ends of the earth. 

We're traveling overland for the freedom to get off the beaten path and to connect with places and people more deeply. Having a home on wheels gives us the flexibility to explore at our own pace and move slowly through countries. As outdoorsy souls, we plan to spend the majority of our time exploring wild places on foot, on bike, on rope, and on (surf)board.

ROUTE

We departed in late October from San Francisco, California to begin our journey through different national parks in the American West. After several weeks of exploring America's wild places, we shipped our car from Texas to Colombia in early December. While the exact route through the rest of South America is still being finalized, we will ultimately stick to the west coast of South America ending up in the Patagonia region of southern Chile. From Patagonia we will head northeast into Argentina, ending in Buenos Aires.