Our route




The map above is an interactive Google map showing the route that we took from Denver, Colorado on our way south to Ushuaia, Tierra del Fuego, with some bouncing around along the way.

At last count, we have ridden over 45,000 miles (72,000 km) in just over 2 and a half years and in one general direction - south. We (at the very least) entered all of the countries of North, Central, and South America except for Canada and Belize. Maybe someday we'll get there, too...

The path in blue (on the map above) is generated by waypoints that we entered manually, which are then connected by straight lines, so the route line is not accurate for roads that we took. At the initial macro zoom level, the route looks very jagged, but those peaked lines clean up as you zoom in closer. While it's not a perfect track, it's got a waypoint for just about every place we stayed, and some turning points in between.

In most cases (any place before Cochabamba, Bolivia) the date associated with that waypoint (in the .kml file) is when we added that place to our list, not when we were actually there.

Feel free to download our route as a
Google Earth .kml file by clicking HERE
(download from DropBox to your computer)

or HERE
(download will begin automatically from our OpenDrive account to your computer).

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