Gallery: The 20 best photos from SGT’s summer in Argentina

Every summer, while you’re enjoying the beach and dreaming of pow slashes, the SGT crew heads down to the Southern Hemisphere to keep the shred alive. If you didn’t know, and it would be sad if you didn’t, it’s full blown winter in Bariloche, Argentina where SGT calls home for a few months.

Now, this isn’t your normal camp you see at hood. This is a full blown travel experience taking you to the high alpine of Patagonia to shred amazing terrain, amazing snow and enjoy a culture that is, you guessed it, downright amazing. SGT immerses you into a lifestyle you may not be accustomed to; from the language and food to the Argentinian way of life and maybe even the shredding (we’re talking to you east coast and midwesters). But trust us, you’ll have the time of you’re life and you may even find yourself booking your next trip before you leave or checking into a nearby hostel because you just quit your shitty job back at home and realized that enjoying your life before you die is better than working to retire with a fat gut and nothing to be proud of. Also, we here the women down there are pretty hot, so there’s always that…

So to stoke you out for winter here in the Northern Hemisphere and to shed some light on what goes down while you’re getting your gym, tan and laundry on, we present you with 20 awesome photos from Argentina.

Enjoy!

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