[PHOTOS] Big Snow Blankets South American Ski Areas—Is This a Sign of Things to Come? We Sure Hope So

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An image of Valle Nevado ski resort, Chile, after a large snowstorm today, April 27, 2022. | Photo courtesy of Valle Nevado/Instagram

April powder brings May…more powder, right? At least so we hope for Patagonia, which just got a huge early-season snowstorm.

Ski resorts across the high Andes Mountains of Argentina and Chile are posting pictures on social media today of what looks to be about two feet of new snow. The images are gorgeous and stoke-riling to say the least.

Ski season in South America typically runs from June to September, however, if it keeps snowing like this, will resorts in Patagonia be inclined to open early? We sure hope so because that means the sooner we can go there and start skiing!

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Cerro Catedral, Argentina

Photo courtesy Cerro Catedral/Instagram

Ski Portillo, Chile 

El Colorado, Chile 

Photo courtesy of El Colorado/Instagram

La Parva, Chile 

Photo courtesy of La Parva/Instagram

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