Today’s Weekend Snapshot features a lovely trio of images from bikepacking campouts in England, Argentina, and Australia. See what three folks from across our community were up to over the weekend and find a link to share photos from your adventures here…

We’re bringing three more backyard rides and campouts from our reader community into focus for today’s edition of Weekend Snapshot. This time around, we travel to three continents to share rides in Australia, the United Kingdom, and Argentina. Find this week’s snapshots below, then scroll down to the bottom of this post to submit your own!

Bath, England

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By Jack Boffy (@jackboffy)

A quick overnighter into the beautiful rolling valleys around Bath, England. We jumped a gate or two and found an idyllic bend in a river to lay our heads for the night. The trout were rising on the surface and an otter silently slid past as the dusky glow of the sky turned to night. We woke early, cloaked in a blanket of mist before the start of another hot summer’s day.

El Chalten, Patagonia, Argentina

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By Javier Rasetti (@nacionsalvaje)

We often go out to explore around our house in El Chaltén. It’s incredible to see the places that can be reached by bike. We are working hard on opening trails around the park, so you are all invited to ride watched by Fitz, El Torre, and their smaller friends!

Yarraman, QLD, Australia

By Max Hobson (@bikepackshop)

A three-day adventure in some of Australia’s most magnificent country, where the gravel roads are long and beautiful. Five mates pedalled their bicycles around the BPS 400 bikepacking route in high spirits. Soon enough, the wet weather had gotten the better of them, with the last night spent glamping in wet gear on a picnic table in Linville. This picture was taken on 35mm film by a good friend Jake Cotter (@jaek.koter).

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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