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Matadorians are fired up on camping for many reasons: as a way to get closer to nature and wild spaces, as a cheap option for accommodation during travel, as a path living more simply.

We’ve got guides on the best campsites in Patagonia, stories of camps pitched during backcountry visa runs, advice for how to live and camp out of your car, and picks for the gear you’ll need when you’re out under the rain fly.

Photo: Darcy McCarthy

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