End of the 2011 ski season in South America!

End of the 2011 ski season in South America!

Sadly, the 2011 ski season in South America has come to an end. A few ski resorts are still open, including Cerro Catedral, La Hoya, and Cerro Castor. They will all be closing after this weekend, on October 10th. Now is your last chance to ski in Argentina this year!

Cerro CatedralLa HoyaCerro Castor

 

 

 

It was both a challenging and rewarding ski season for all of us. We have returned to Salt Lake City, Utah, to prepare for the upcoming ski season in the Wasatch Range. Justin will be guiding heliskiing with Wasatch Powderbird Guides, and Sean will be ski patrolling at Snowbird Ski & Summer Resort. We have just started receiving our first real snow storms of the winter. It’s snowing up in the Cottonwood Canyons at the moment, and they are looking to receive one to two feet (30-60 cm) up there between now and Saturday. Here’s hoping!

Check out the latest photo of the patrol shack on top of Snowbird:

 

 

Snow on Hidden Peak at Snowbird
Snow on Hidden Peak at Snowbird

 

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