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What does El Niño mean for the South American Winter?

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  • June 23, 2014
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 Spring has left us, and Summer is in full swing. It’s time to wax up your skis/snowboard and head south for the Winter. Before you make the long trek you need to read all the predictions and forecasts just...

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Las Lenas or Catedral Alta Patagonia: Which to Choose?

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  • June 22, 2014
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In 2007, SASS Global Travel decided to move our ski and snowboard camp from Las Lenas to Catedral Alta Patagonia. Not only does Catedral offer more variety in terrain, but also the mountain provides more promising choice of having...

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Exercise Is Medicine

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  • June 21, 2014
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Leading a healthy lifestyle and having consistent exercise habits “can be effective as many frequently prescribed drugs in treating some of the leading causes of death”, according to a recent British Medical Journal (BMJ) study. The study compared various...

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Oakley Wave of the Winter 2014

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  • June 20, 2014
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Given that Hawaii is the birthplace of surfing, it’s only natural that some of the world’s greatest surfers return to their roots and surf Pipeline for the winter. Pipeline is a legendary reef break with dangerous, yet desirable barreling...

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7 Seasonal Summer Superfruits

Modern science has revealed more about food we eat then ever before. Recent discoveries point to a plant-centric diet, rife with fruits and vegetables, as the best way to reduce chances for diseases, live longer, and sustain a more...

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A Long Lost City Rediscovered

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  • June 14, 2014
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Our friends over at Teton Gravity Research have come across just another reason to visit Argentina. The world renowned trials biker Danny MacAskill entered Argentina in search of a new area to shoot his latest video, only to settle...

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RINCÓN SURF CAMP

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  • June 13, 2014
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RINCÓN SURF CAMP OVERVIEW Rincón Surf School is a fully guided camp that brings you to the Northwest Coast of Puerto Rico to the small surf town of Rincón. Translating to “corner” in Spanish, Rincón has such nicknames as...

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A Gringo’s Guide for Down Under: Some Useful Words for Argentina

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  • June 12, 2014
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To expand your vernacular without keeping a pocket shred dictionary, join us down for a summer session down in Argentina, where the snow is chest-deep and the runs are ripe for the ripping.   1. Backcountry Skiing/Snowboarding: Making first...

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For The Love Of The Board

The modern athlete claims to do it for the love of the sport, not the money, but their logic seems a bit hard to defend when they’re on multimillion dollar contracts, traveling the world with a whole caravan of...

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10 Ways To Be A Better Traveler

Getting started on an adventure has never been easier. Although hundreds of travel websites can help you, many travelers are stuck in the tourist mindset and cannot fully appreciate all the opportunities that await them. Follow these 10 tips...

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