Where the Road Ends – Darien Gap > Paya > Panama – Quicksilver Q Crew
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Where the Road Ends – Darien Gap > Paya > Panama

As the guys headed into the Darien Gap, they had very limited access to cell service. Here are the updates we did receive from them while on their trip through the Darien Gap to Paya and then through Panama.

January 13, 2018 – Alright, the guys are finally on their way through the Darién Gap. They probably won’t have any sort of cellular service until they reach the other side, so updates will be limited.

Thanks to our friends at Rastrac, we can now track their progress via GPS. The site will update twice a day to give everyone an idea of where they’re at.

(Where the Road Ends went Facebook Live for as long as cell service was around as they traveled through the Darien Gap!  >> https://www.facebook.com/wheretheroadendsmoto/videos/963915997091054/)Image may contain: tree, sky, cloud, motorcycle, outdoor, nature and water

January 14, 2018 – The riders are in the jungle and I’m on my own in #panamacity why not get this #adventurestarted with some beers and a #unicycle with my new Chilean amigo #pablo#holdmybeer #whatsnext #hellotrouble#overlanding

January 15, 2018 – Get in your car and dive south in North America and this is where you will end up. This is a busy little town with markets and boats full of plantains coming and going all day. Be prepared to meet a lot of #senafront soldiers along the way. I felt pretty safe here but, I wouldn’t let my guard down if I were you.  #Yaviza#YavizaPanama #panamericanhighway#wheretheroadends #hellotrouble #darien#dariengapImage may contain: one or more people, tree, outdoor and nature

January 16, 2018 – The team made it to Paya yesterday! We don’t expect to have communication with the guys for at least another week. Follow the link in our bio to track their progress!

January 17, 2018 – It’s been an extremely rainy week in Panama City. We have been dealing with a lot of big problems and a lot of little problems. Here’s to hoping I can get the van to Columbia

before February. #itsthelittlethings #rainydays #panamacity#columbia #overlanding #overland#freecarwash

Image may contain: one or more people and outdoorJanuary 17, 2018 – The guys are nearing the boarder! Isaac, the team’s guide, sent these photos a couple days ago before they were out of cellular range.

Don’t forget to track the journey through the Darién Gap, here:

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