Capo Froward is the most southern point of mainland South America and it requires good planning for the river crossings during low tide to reach it. Some blogger described that you should be a “hardcore trekking, camping, outdoorsy person (or German)”. It sounded like a perfect match, but due to the massive rainfall before and during the hike, I soon had to accept that mother nature had no plans to let anyone near the cross at the end of the trail…
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