Countdown: Two Weeks

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Head Guide, Justin Lozier, welcomes you to join us for a ski tour in Patagonia.

The snow is piling up and ski resorts continue to open more skiing terrain in the Andes of Patagonia. With only two weeks remaining before the launch of our first ski tours of the 2011 ski season in Argentina, now is the time to reserve your seat in one of our guided ski tours.

For intermediate to advanced skiers & snowboarders, we have a Resort Tour (Aug. 1-14), which includes the famous Seven Lakes Tour. This is a great choice for families and couples. For expert skiers & snowboarders, particularly those with a love for untouched powder and uncrowded slopes, we have a Backcountry Tour (Aug. 18-31), which includes a Snow Safety Clinic and Snow Study Workshop led by one or our certified ski guides. Each tour includes all transportation and lodging, service of a certified, professional ski guide, as well as a guide to the cities, towns and nightlife attractions.

Join us this August for the adventure of a lifetime, exploring the beauty of Patagonia while skiing it’s magnificent mountains!

Ski resort update: All resorts are now open, with the exception of Cerro Bayo, and they have been opening more lifts and more terrain as conditions continue to improve. We will continue monitoring all resorts’ conditions, and we will keep you updated.

Bariloche airport update: The Bariloche airport is open, but not currently operating. Most flights have been re-scheduled, many others have been cancelled. Check the Aeropuertos Argentina 2000 website for the latest status of flights:, and check the Aerolineas Argentinas & LAN websites for their latest scheduled flights to Patagonia: They have been running flights to Esquel, accompanied by ground transport into Bariloche, while the Bariloche airport is closed. As stated in a previous post, many other overland options exist, including bus services, to reach your ski destination in Patagonia. We will keep you updated as this situation unfolds.

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Professional Outdoor Guide, specializing in backcountry skiing, heliskiing Stomping grounds: Wasatch Range, Andes Mountains