Santa Rosa begins, and with her she brings 40km winds and a foot of fresh. We're ready for a storm of epic proportions. Thank you Santa. The Santa Rosa Storm Arrives | It WONT STOP Dumping in Bariloche | September 3, 2011 | Unofficial Networks

The Santa Rosa Storm Arrives | It WONT STOP Dumping in Bariloche | September 3, 2011

The Santa Rosa Storm Arrives | It WONT STOP Dumping in Bariloche | September 3, 2011

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The Santa Rosa Storm Arrives | It WONT STOP Dumping in Bariloche | September 3, 2011

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Cerro Catedral received a  foot of fresh in this pre-super-storm dump…In other words, the whole mountain was awesome. September 3, 2011 brought BIG wind signaling that the the Santa Rosa Storm has Arrived. Miles and John along with John’s sister Michelle Parker hiked Laguna all day.

The hike to the top of the mountain sucked because of the vicious wind-blasting shown in the video. Even though we often lost visibility and were sent into the vertigo-abyss it was an all around good day, (just as long as you didn’t mind getting stuck on the lift for 30 minutes dude to the 40km winds).

THE STORM IS HERE.

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Photo taken at 9pm Sunday night. What’s Santa gonna bring this year?

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