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Cerro Chapelco: “South Lines” episode three features classic backcountry in Argentina

Over the past few weeks, we’ve been bringing you the latest episodes of the web series “South Lines” from Adrià Millan and Aymar Navarro, two Spanish skiers and making their annual pilgrimage to South America to shred its most well-known terrain and resorts.

The crew, including videographer Txema Trull, are now settled in Argentina shredding the famous back bowls of Cerro Chapelco. The hike-to terrain found just outside of the resort’s boundary features narrow couloirs, cliff drops and fresh, chalky snow—an ideal combination for big mountain charging.

Stay tuned for episode four dropping next week with more footage of the South Lines crew tearing up Cerro Chapelco’s with local ski guide Sascha Geist.

Still shots from filming in Cerro Chapelco:

A zoomed-out look at Cerro Chapelco’s back bowls, accessible via a short hike and traverse.

The crew, including local ski guide Sascha Geist, examine potential sidecountry terrain.

Adrià Millan leaves his mark on a clean sheet in Argentina.

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