SGT gears up for another summer in Bariloche, Argentina [GALLERY]

Yes, summer is here but that doesn’t mean winter has to end. If you’re looking to continue the winter stoke and get pitted while exploring a new culture, SASS Global Travel (SGT) has you covered.

They kick off their Souther Hemisphere adventure, something they perfected over the past decade, July 27 down in Bariloche, Argentina where you won’t just ride every day, but experience a place completely out of your comfort zone, but in a good way.

The camp – located at Cerro Catedral, one of Argentina’s premiere ski resorts – has some of the most skilled crews you could as for when exploring the vast, rugged terrain of Patagonia. They dedicate their summers to teaching clients how to safely venture beyond resort gates, and of course, bring clients to the dopest spots on the mountain.

But it doesn’t stop there. You’ll explore the local community and experience some of the best food, wine, culture and parties of your life. Trust us, if there’s anyone who knows how to have a good time, it’s the Argentinians.

So get off you lazy ass, book your trip and get ready for the craziest time of your life with SASS Global Travel.


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