Tierra Del Fuego, Argentina Report: A World Class 40º Steep, 1000-Vertical-Foot Chute in Moody Weather

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Report from November 27, 2022

Yesterday was our last ski day in South America for the season.

Crazy that we’ve been here so much this year…

We did eight weeks in August and September in Bariloche.

Ben & Em. image: snowbrains

Now, we’ve just completed another 15 days down here split between Ushuaia, Argentina, Torres Del Paine, Chile, & El Chalten, Argentina.

It’s been unreal and yesterday was no exception.

Yesterday we got into the Godoy Central Couloir for the fourth time!

Ocean views. image: snowbrains

This time with clients.

We took it slow and made sure all were comfortable on the way up.

On the way down, all my clients absolutely shredded the chute and had a ball.

Ben rocks. image: snowbrains

The snow was good, the light was moody, and the walk was long.

There was only snow in the chute proper and the rest of the five hour tour was all dirt, rock, and bush.

It feels bizarre to finally be leaving.

Em and Ben and Ushuaia. image: snowbrains

We board the boat for our second trip to Antarctica to ski guide this month and our seventh ski trip there overall.

Grateful doesn’t begin to describe how we feel 🙂

NOVEMBER 2022 REPORTS FROM ARGENTINA, CHILE, ANTARCTICA

IN CHRONOLOGICAL ORDER

Tierra Del Fuego


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