Peruvian Adventure

You boys ready for a real adventure? Come to the Azul mountains of Peru. Want to find a giant ground sloth? Lost city of gold? Perhaps an uncontacted tribe? Well this is where we will fricking find it. These mountains are have not been explored by anybody, not even the known native tribes in surrounding areas. Nobody has ever been here. Tarapoto is the nearest city. There is a cool lake called "lost world lagoon" which is probably the nearest spot that gets any human activity.

As you can see in the first image, it is a deep flat bowl completely surrounded by mountains.

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  1. 3 months ago
    Anonymous

    But here is where is gets interesting. Where did the flat bowl area go? Well, either it's flat because they literally don't have any data on that area and it's actually just as mountainous as the rest of the area. Or it is flat and therefore perhaps a unique isolated environment. Either way, this area is unexplored and unknown to everybody.

  2. 3 months ago
    Anonymous

    this is a topo map from OpenStreetMap showing the true relief of the region, it's probable that google's just using poor topo data

    interesting region though, if someone from here ends up trekking through there, you should make a thread with pics

    • 3 months ago
      Anonymous

      My housemate is a cartographer for the US government, he has access to hard to find map data if you guys need better topographic maps for planning.
      Monitoring threads with great potential

  3. 3 months ago
    Anonymous

    it's a smaller region as the crow flies than I had expected, about 40mi/70km from the furthest point of the range to the closest logical access point, the Aguirre bend of the Huallaga River, there is a small rather remote village home to a people called the Callanayacu (seems the film Green Inferno was filmed here)

    to me, it looks like the logical path is to assemble all participants and supplies at Tarapoto, then travel by road to Chazuta, then get on a boat to Callanayacu to start the actual trek, then come back the same way

    • 3 months ago
      Anonymous

      https://i.imgur.com/sK1EAOo.jpg

      this is a topo map from OpenStreetMap showing the true relief of the region, it's probable that google's just using poor topo data

      interesting region though, if someone from here ends up trekking through there, you should make a thread with pics

      Good fricking shit bro

  4. 3 months ago
    Anonymous

    An interesting find. I, for one, just wish South Americans were so prone to communism and cartel-rule.
    Solar works better in cooler temps of the equatorial highlands. Solar, star link, and something female to have sex with… that is all a modern man needs.

  5. 3 months ago
    Anonymous

    I’m setting up a Peru trip to go see some friends in the coming months.. this actually intrigues me. Are you willing to actually go?

    • 3 months ago
      Anonymous

      Oh I'm going

  6. 3 months ago
    sss68

    are you serious? i’ll come

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  7. 3 months ago
    Anonymous

    Let’s fricking go boys @anon@op

  8. 3 months ago
    Anonymous

    Love South American wilderness, you should definitely read Paul Theroux's 'The Old Patagonian Express'. I don't think it every went into Peru but it explores that kind of deep never before seen jungle just waiting for you. Also Jeremy Wade's 'River Monsters' did most episodes in part of South America that have either never been seen or only by native tribes, definitely check out some episodes of that, you really get to see everything that nature can throw at you. I really hope someone here goes down and checks out the absolute beauty of it before it's bulldozed into parking lots and slums.

  9. 3 months ago
    Anonymous

    I'm down, can do March or April '24

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