Bariloche, Argentina Conditions Report: Sun Finally Comes Out & Lets Us Into The Alpine

Miles Clark | | Conditions ReportConditions Report

It’s been snowing like crazy at Cerro Catedral in Bariloche, Argentina.

Yesterday was our 18th powder day in a row.

Yesterday the sun finally came out and the wind stopped blowing.  A miracle.

This weather window allowed us to get into the backcountry alpine regions and the skiing was hilariously fun.

Spine. photo: snowbrains

Some spots were a bit over wind pressed and made for some fast, tricky skiing, but others were wind pressed just right.

The backcountry alpine in this region holds some mind-bending-ly fun terrain.

The forecast is for tons more snow.

This is the best season here since 2010.

My tracks in Laguna yesterday. photo: snowbrains

SNOW NUMBERS:

image: catedral, today

FORECAST:

image: snow-forecast.com, tomorrow

PHOTOS:

Laguna spines. photo: snowbrains
Down day parrots in the yard today. photo: snowbrains
dream terrain. Laguna spines. photo: snowbrains
fresh Nubes. photo: snowbrains
La Hoya. photo: snowbrains

Dreams. Laguna spines. photo: snowbrains
Catedral proper. Laguna spines. photo: snowbrains
Laguna spines. photo: snowbrains
My tracks in Laguna yesterday. photo: snowbrains

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