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Krissy Moehl, Jeff Browning and Luke Nelson in Valle Chacabuco, Chile. JAMES Q MARTIN
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Krissy Moehl, Jeff Browning and Luke Nelson in Valle Chacabuco, Chile. JAMES Q MARTIN

Mile for Mile:Crossing the Finish Line

Thanks to the activism of ultra-runners Krissy Moehl, Jeff Browning and Luke Nelson, a great film by James Q. Martin, donations from runners around the world, and a matching grant from Patagonia—the Mile for Mile campaign exceeded its goal and raised over $90,000. Conservacion Patagonica can now build over 50 miles of new trails in Patagonia Park, connecting locals and visitors from everywhere to this remarkable place.

Celebrating 50 Miles of New Trail in Patagonia Park

Ultrarunners Krissy Moehl, Jeff Browning and Luke Nelson ran 106 miles through the newly opened Patagonia Park in Chile, to celebrate and highlight Conservacion Patagonica’s efforts to rewild and protect this vast landscape. Patagonia Park, in the Aysén Region of Chile is now open to the public. The park sweeps from the northern ice cap, down to the Baker River and out to the arid borderlands of Argentina.

The park’s glaciated peaks, grasslands, beech forests, lakes, rivers and wetlands still boast all of their original species—and the rivers still run free. Patagonia, Inc. has been involved in this project from day one—helping with the first land purchases, sending volunteers down to rip up hundreds of miles of fencing and restore open grasslands, and fighting mega-dam projects on the nearby Baker and Pascua Rivers.

Nikki Hollatz rips the Ridgeline on the Windy Ridge Trail. Mount St. Helens, Washington. COLIN MEAGHER

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Foggy, soggy and steep. Zoe Hart, Kate Rutherford and Jeff Browning above L'Index In the Northwestern Chamonix Valley. ANDREW BURR
Wiley’s pace makes Matt Yaki work like a dog. Revelstoke, British Columbia. RYAN CREARY
Patagonia Trail Running Ambassador Krissy Moehl

Krissy Moehl

“In 1999, with pigtails and only 22 years of life experience, wonderment drew me into the sport of ultrarunning. Taking the tips I learned from the men and morphing them to work with my body made the sport enjoyable, possible and sustainable—every body is different and it is important to figure out yours.”

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The queen of ultra Krissy Moehl takes on the King’s Trail. Sweden. FREDRIK MARMSATER

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Krissy Moehl and Jenn Shelton descend from 13,200-foot Forester Pass on day one of their 2014 John Muir Trail FKT (fastest known time) attempt. KEN ETZEL
What goes up must lay down. Krissy Moehl bivys during her John Muir Trail fastest-known time attempt. KEN ETZEL