Bariloche, Argentina Conditions Report: Perfect, Deep, Recrystallized Powder

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Yesterday was our 22nd powder day in a row at Cerro Catedral in Bariloche, Argentina.

We spent the entire day out of bounds in the backcountry and the snow was absolutely perfect. 

Cold, perfect, recrystallized, deep powder.

Cerro Negro. photo: snowbrains

We don’t get a lot of days here like yesterday.  Sunny, cold, clear, and calm winds.  The winds always blow here, but they didn’t yesterday.

We did 3 laps and got in 5,000-vertical-feet of climbing.

It was a 9-6pm day.

Miles off the back in excellent snow. photo: snowbrains

We came home happy and exhausted.

Sleep was easy.

The forecast looks amazing.  

At this rate, we’re going to easily end up with 30 powder days in a row..

Laguna spine yesterday. photo: snowbrains


image: catedral, today


image:, today


Ollie coming out of Top Notch chute. photo: snowbrains
Aimee in perfect snow. photo: snowbrains
Ollie and Patagonia. photo: snowbrains
58 turns. photo: snowbrains
Ollie laguna spires. photo: snowbrains
Patagonia. photo: snowbrains
Zebra chutes. photo: snowbrains
Alaskita. photo: snowbrains

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