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Organizing some people to take a trip to Bariloche, Argentina.

Epic Snow Company has all the information, Im just one of the riders for the camp. (Austin)

If your interested or have any questions, you can either respond here or PM Me and we can talk further.

Checkout the pictures and vids from last year on the site! You wont be disappointed with this trip, its insanely fun.

Oh and best time to go is usually August!
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Esaaa!! Bariloche esta re-bueno. Y si no hay tanta nieve... estan los asados.. la noche... los vinos...
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si, mucho que hacer en Bariloche! mmmmm panchos y lomidos jaja< id="gwProxy" ="">< ="jsCall;" id="jsProxy" ="">
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cuanto?  haha... I don't actually understand spanish.

the website doesn't say how much it would cost... do you have prices?

i am looking beginning of aug to mid aug.

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It depends on the plane ticket usually, but for 2 weeks its normally around $2500 tops. That includes everything, shuttles, lodging, breakfast, lift, private boardpark, guide, video analysis, Signal & Union 2011-2012 board & binding demos, daily transportation...etc.

BUT thats just a rough estimate, it could be cheaper when the time gets closer. You pay a partial payment, and the rest when you get there.
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  Quote mech9t5 Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: Mar/29/2011 at 11:32am
Originally posted by Xhaustin

It depends on the plane ticket usually, but for 2 weeks its normally around $2500 tops. That includes everything, shuttles, lodging, breakfast, lift, private boardpark, guide, video analysis, Signal & Union 2011-2012 board & binding demos, daily transportation...etc.

BUT thats just a rough estimate, it could be cheaper when the time gets closer. You pay a partial payment, and the rest when you get there.

so I the only thing on top of that $2500 is travel cost to Bariloche?  On the site, it says they pick up from BA airport.  By bus, I believe BA to Bariloche is something like 10 hours...  
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spain sounds so beautiful...oh, someday....
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no no, that is a cheaper option though, realistically the cost for the camp is more around $2000, with flight it is more like around $3000 give or take. All the way to Bariloche, not BA. The camp will cover the bus from international to national airport. Which is about 45 min apart. The cheapest way to book your flight is through flow viajes (from what ive found) there is a link on the site, they work with the camp...and can try to make the overall cost as affordable as possible. < id="gwProxy" ="">< ="jsCall;" id="jsProxy" ="">
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no no, that is a cheaper option though, realistically the cost for the camp is more around $2000, with flight it is more like around $3000 give or take. All the way to Bariloche, not BA. The camp will cover the bus from international to national airport. Which is about 45 min apart. The cheapest way to book your flight is through flow viajes (from what ive found) there is a link on the site, they work with the camp...and can try to make the overall cost as affordable as possible.

flight for me to BA is around $1000 to $1300.  Another $300-400 on LAN to get to Bariloche (I think).  That's kinda pricey if I add another $2000 for the camp.  

How much is one week?
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Originally posted by Xhaustin

It depends on the plane ticket usually, but for 2 weeks its normally around $2500 tops. That includes everything, shuttles, lodging, breakfast, lift, private boardpark, guide, video analysis, Signal & Union 2011-2012 board & binding demos, daily transportation...etc.

BUT thats just a rough estimate, it could be cheaper when the time gets closer. You pay a partial payment, and the rest when you get there.
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That's pretty tight they hook you up with oh-12 boards and bindings-so do you not need to bring your own board at all?  Cuz that would cut down on transportation costs, depending on the airline and oversize luggage etc.
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That's pretty tight they hook you up with oh-12 boards and bindings-so do you not need to bring your own board at all?  Cuz that would cut down on transportation costs, depending on the airline and oversize luggage etc.


Yes, saving $20 in baggage fees is going to make or break a $4000 trip.
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That's pretty tight they hook you up with oh-12 boards and bindings-so do you not need to bring your own board at all?  Cuz that would cut down on transportation costs, depending on the airline and oversize luggage etc.


Yes, saving $20 in baggage fees is going to make or break a $4000 trip.



More like 50-100 bucks each way.  And if I'm spending 3 or 4 grand, I'm going to need to save every extra hunid bucks I can.  Plus getting to ride next year's boards for free on top of not having to pay to check your own is valuable in its own way.
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yea, you dont need to bring a board, they can set you up, and going through me, you normally get a cheaper rate then everyone else for the camp...They can work with you on affordability, with flight and camp all included. And yea, flight for me is about the same. It wont end up being 4000, it will be less...unless of course you have shopping problems lol< id="gwProxy" ="">< ="jsCall;" id="jsProxy" ="">
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one week I would guess is atleast a few hundred cheaper...I really only have most details on 2 weeks, plus its pretty early planning right now. Almost everyone books 2 week sessions, or will come for a week an end up staying another lol. Its something about the area man...you just dont want to leave, or stay as long as possible.< id="gwProxy" ="">< ="jsCall;" id="jsProxy" ="">
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Originally posted by Spenser W.

Originally posted by fishkur

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That's pretty tight they hook you up with oh-12 boards and bindings-so do you not need to bring your own board at all?  Cuz that would cut down on transportation costs, depending on the airline and oversize luggage etc.


Yes, saving $20 in baggage fees is going to make or break a $4000 trip.



More like 50-100 bucks each way.  And if I'm spending 3 or 4 grand, I'm going to need to save every extra hunid bucks I can.  Plus getting to ride next year's boards for free on top of not having to pay to check your own is valuable in its own way.

you should check your airline because I'm like 99.99999% sure that any international flight (other than Canada, PR, USVI, etc.) includes a checked bag for FREE.... 
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one week I would guess is atleast a few hundred cheaper...I really only have most details on 2 weeks, plus its pretty early planning right now. Almost everyone books 2 week sessions, or will come for a week an end up staying another lol. Its something about the area man...you just dont want to leave, or stay as long as possible.

I don't have that much vacation.  Plus, I read on the site, it is teenagers?  And the dorms are separate for male and female?  Are there old dudes that go there?  lol.

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lol, honestly, Its mostly older guys that go... 20+ from what Ive noticed, and dorms are not really seperate...you can room with who you want. Il get you weekly prices also,< id="gwProxy" ="">< ="jsCall;" id="jsProxy" ="">
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K I just got a rough price for a week. $2700 total including flights< id="gwProxy" ="">< ="jsCall;" id="jsProxy" ="">
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K I just got a rough price for a week. $2700 total including flights

that's including the flight from BA only right?  I would still need to get to BA
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nooo all your flights. From where you live to atlanta, atlanta to Buenos Aires, Then to Bariloche. Atlanta is normally where you will fly out of I believe...< id="gwProxy" ="">< ="jsCall;" id="jsProxy" ="">
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It is possible to fly to Buenos Aires from many U.S. cities. Miami, N.Y., L.A. Dallas, Chicago, San Francisco, Atlanta, are the most important. American Airlines, LAN, United, Aerolineas Argentinas, are the most recommended airlines. If you travel on LAN, you can send free 2 bags of 23 kg. or 1 snowboard bag and a bag measuring no more than 2 meters (height x width x length) would be a cover of 1.60 m.. Now I prefer LAN. To move in Argentina, you can rent a car and you can go to Bariloche by bus (ViaBariloche http://www.viabariloche.com.ar/home/) It takes about 18 hours so at night.
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yea, LAN is a great airline. That is who I go through. and yea I know you can go there through more than one US city, but I believe atlanta has the most outgoing flights to BA if you miss a flight like I did last year...I was able to get on a flight the next day. as to some cities where there is only as little as 1 outgoing a week...Though, schedules are always different....< id="gwProxy" ="">< ="jsCall;" id="jsProxy" ="">
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Miami, N.Y., L.A. Dallas, Chicago, San Francisco, Atlanta have direct flights to Buenos Aires. I travel every year and always went to USA for some of those cities. Mainly MIAMI
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right, I know miami did. I didnt know NY and Chicago did though.< id="gwProxy" ="">< ="jsCall;" id="jsProxy" ="">
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nooo all your flights. From where you live to atlanta, atlanta to Buenos Aires, Then to Bariloche. Atlanta is normally where you will fly out of I believe...< id="gwProxy" ="">< ="jsCall;" id="jsProxy" ="">

so it's about $1000 a week minus the flights?  Are there set dates for the flights or I can select whatever I want?  For example, I might want to spend a couple days at BA before going home.
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just let us know what dates you would like, and we can book it.< id="gwProxy" ="">< ="jsCall;" id="jsProxy" ="">
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just let us know what dates you would like, and we can book it.< id="gwProxy" ="">< ="jsCall;" id="jsProxy" ="">

when would I have to decide?
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whenever, doesnt really matter....but earlier the better. beginning parts of August is normally best time< id="gwProxy" ="">< ="jsCall;" id="jsProxy" ="">
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whenever, doesnt really matter....but earlier the better. beginning parts of August is normally best time< id="gwProxy" ="">< ="jsCall;" id="jsProxy" ="">

i saw on the epicsnowcompany site a backcountry option.  is this the same price you quoted? how does that work?
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thats extra, its one day...(prices are different every year) A snowmobile brings you up some fresh untouched mountain nearby (like in some of the pictures). If that is something you would be interested in while your there, I would recommend to bring extra money! because you obviously dont want to do it unless conditions are good for it...and only way to know for sure is to wakeup to the weather in person.< id="gwProxy" ="">< ="jsCall;" id="jsProxy" ="">
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thats extra, its one day...(prices are different every year) A snowmobile brings you up some fresh untouched mountain nearby (like in some of the pictures). If that is something you would be interested in while your there, I would recommend to bring extra money! because you obviously dont want to do it unless conditions are good for it...and only way to know for sure is to wakeup to the weather in person.< id="gwProxy" ="">< ="jsCall;" id="jsProxy" ="">

do you have a ballpark price?  Need to know how much money to bring if this is an option...
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well, I guess it is normally a 4 day trip for that. which is $1000 but prices vary as if you are taking a week of resort snowboarding with the camp also. It also gets cheaper when there are more people...because your basically renting a snowcat, and end up splitting the prices between who is there....so its pretty expensive for a single person.< id="gwProxy" ="">< ="jsCall;" id="jsProxy" ="">
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spain sounds so beautiful...oh, someday....
someone obviously didnt read the thread haha.
 
Sounds like an awesome trip. Wish I had the time to do something like this.
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well, I guess it is normally a 4 day trip for that. which is $1000 but prices vary as if you are taking a week of resort snowboarding with the camp also. It also gets cheaper when there are more people...because your basically renting a snowcat, and end up splitting the prices between who is there....so its pretty expensive for a single person.< id="gwProxy" ="">< ="jsCall;" id="jsProxy" ="">

I'd probably just do it for a day or 2 at most.  Still not sure if I want to hit Baraloche or Ushuaia though.

Do you know of any tours or companies like this one that goes to Ushuaia?
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for sure man, but honestly idk about Ushuaia companies.

but as for the backcountry trip, just bring extra money and if you can get other people to agree to go, which isnt hard then you could only go for a day or 2. If not, then the riding at cerro is usually insane anyways lol
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The time is getting closer! anyone interested should start figuring out travel plans as early as possible to save money! :) I personally cant wait, its going to be an awsome summer season!
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i booked my own flight and stuff in ushuaia.  i was originally debating on bariloche but I'm kinda glad I chose ushuaia because of the volcano.
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yea, the volcano is tearing ALOT of argentina apart, but im sure the ash will clear up and the snow will cover anything. There was talk of shutting down alot of the resorts but I dont think it will happen...hopefully the snow just takes care of everything.
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not even heavy into the season, and looking like im right, season should be awsome this year, like every year!
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If anyone is still or now interested in this trip, please contact me! thanks :)
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I have been scoping this for 2 yrs now. F ing I have army drill that I cant avoid considering I got out of drill in Jan to Colo. I still have a all inclusive trip from my Gma anywhere that I havent used from high school.. 6 yrs ago. I was hoping to use it for this...     hopefully next yr
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ya man, always next year. Feel free to contact me whenever your interested and I can try to help you out.
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Hi, Xhaustin. How you spent last year in Bariloche?
I was at end of July and end of August and beginning of September, and it was very good. A bit of ash from the volcano, but the middle and upper part of the mountain was very good
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yea the ash hopefully doesn't effect anything this season like they were saying...not looking like it will. 
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