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South America skiing

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Thread Starter 

Where can you go skiing in high summer? How about South America, where it's winter. Patagonia and the Andes are supposed to be pretty nice.

 

Any suggestions?  I'm an intermediate (blue run) skier.

post #2 of 7

Google?

 

There are many resorts in South America. Some information here, but you'd probably be better off just doing a search. Powderquest has the most complete info on S. American ski resorts I've seen.

post #3 of 7

^ is this for real?  I think we found a model for the poster......

post #4 of 7

Which one of us is modeling?

post #5 of 7

I meant the OP, not you biggrin.gif

 

Seriously, is there skiing in SA? really?

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Originally Posted by Finndog View Post

I meant the OP, not you biggrin.gif

 

Seriously, is there skiing in SA? really?


LOL, thought maybe I came off like the cranky old man ... but, yeah, time for a Google trip.

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Thread Starter 

I'm serious as a heart attack.  It's midsummer here, but in the southern hemisphere it's just the reverse -- it's the equivalent of late January down there.  Winter.  So which areas of South America have good snow this season?  Since my original post I've seen other posts on this, but what do you recommend?

 

Jonesing for some powder. 

 

BTW that pic in my sig is from the Colorado Trail in September.  It snowed pretty good, and I could have traded my trekking (hiking) poles for short skis. 

 

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^ is this for real? 

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