He was practically born in the camp, and when he was just one year old his father had him rappelling. His sister used to call him a “Cabeza de Chorlito” (scatterbrain), so he is affectionately called “Chorly”. Being the mascot of the camp he has passed through all the cabins from Pine to CIT, becoming coordinator in 2019.
Ignacio is the happiest in the camp; he loves to teach campers to overcome their fears. Chorly loves to wakeboard and try new extreme sports, loves challenges and meets them with energy and love.