There are few true adventurers left in this world—but trailblazers Deia Schlosberg and Gregg Treinish now rank amongst the most bad-ass of hikers. The American couple spent two years winding their way along the Andes, the world's longest mountain range. Over forgotten paths and through forests of bamboo, deadly deserts, animals, insects, sickness, and a complete deprivation of toilets, Schlosberg and Treinish finally made their journey to the end—and then he proposed. Now on display at Muzeo is the astonishing collection of photos they took along the way—all 7,800 miles from Papallacta, Ecuador to Cabo San Pio. And we don't even like to walk to the grocery store.