We head to Argentina, France, and Spain for today’s Weekend Snapshot, catching up with three readers from our global community of bikepackers. See how they spent their days off and find a link to submit photos from your rides here…

Today’s Weekend Snapshot features another three reader-submitted images from rides and campouts in various corners of the world. In this edition, we catch up with folks who wrapped up their week with rides in France, Argentina, and Spain. Find their snapshots below, then scroll down to the bottom of this post to submit your own!

Granada and Almeria, Spain

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By Thorsten Brönner (@thorstenbroenner)

For the past few days, I’ve all ridden alone the Badlands route in the Spanish provinces of Granada and Almeria. It’s one of the most beautiful rides in Europe! Stones, sand, and always up and down.

San Luis, Argentina

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By Lucas Aceituno (@lucas.ace)

An image from a 150-kilometre overnighter with 1,500 metres of elevation gain. This was a beautiful autumn sunrise alongside the river.

Lozere, France

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By Idrissa Djepa Creutz (@idrissacheveux)

I took advantage of living in South Lozère, one of the least populated areas of metropolitan France, to enjoy some isolation in the mountains and finalize the scouting of a new bikepacking route around Cévennes National Park (stay tuned). I had sunny days and a freezing night. Despite weather predictions of 3°C (37°F) at the worst, the temperature got down to -5°C (23°F) in the morning. Definitely the coldest bivouac I’ve done under the stars!

Send Us Your Weekend Snapshot

We’ll be selecting three photos per week to feature in Weekend Snapshot. Send yours along for consideration, and if it’s selected, we’ll be in touch! Note: we prefer 3:2 ratio landscape oriented photos.

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