Bariloche, Argentina Backcountry Report: Perfect Corn in the Sun Chutes & Towers

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Report from September 5, 2022

On Monday, temperatures came down after a weekend of wind and warm.

We ventured out into a zone we know and love and hit our beloved Sun Chutes.

On the way to Sun Chutes, we skied a new, mellow line we’re calling Tower Chute.

We weren’t sure what to expect, snow-wise.

This is why we were so pumped at the end of the run after skiing absolutely perfect corn from top to bottom!

The wind got to blowing something fierce before the day was over. 

Miles & Greggy happy in a cave at the entrance to Tower Chute. image: snowbrains

A warm wind…

Spring is here…

Spring has sprung here in Bariloche with temperatures around 60ºF in the town as of late.


I found a flower that had been blown about 3,000-vertical-feet up the mountain. image: snowbrains
The Two Towers. image: snowbrains

Greggy dropping in. image: snowbrains
Greggy climbing up in the wind. image: snowbrains
Vista. image: snowbrains
Greggy and towers. image: snowbrains
Lago Nahuel Huapi. image: snowbrains
Greggy grinding up. image: snowbrains
Miles skiing Sun Chutes in Argentina. image: snowbrains
Greggy ripping out of Tower Chute. image: snowbrains

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