Hiking a Chilean Mountain

Hiking a Chilean Mountain

Hiking a Chilean Mountain

Students and faculty on BVU's Global Fellows trip hiked the Cerro Bandera in Chile. The mountain is 1,834 meters high, and the hike took two hours. "It was really interesting to see how the environment changed while going up the mountain," says sophomore Bonnie Keller.

Pictured here on their hike: Bonnie Keller; Steven Mills, assistant professor of Spanish at BVU; and sophomore Carolyn McDermott.

The Global Fellows and two faculty members have traveled to the Sub-Antarctic Biocultural Conservation Program  in Cape Horn, Chile. Students will learn about the research, education, and conservation activities of the Cape Horn Biosphere Reserve.