No, I am not going to say where this is.
But don't get me wrong; my coyness is not a way to keep this place for myself. I think one of the most special aspects of the Andes is the ability to feel like one is discovering something. Every run we did felt like a first descent. Maybe they were, maybe not. It doesn't matter. They felt like it. Every day, every run had a sense of exploration and wonder. We had to problem solve and in return we were rewarded with much more than great turns in perfect snow. We had a sense of accomplishment.
If there were people here before us I am thankful they didn't write about it on their blogs or some forum. I think this is wonderful and want to carry on this tradition - or start it if that's the case.
The Andes are a huge range with so many mountains to explore and adventures to be had. There is so little information and the infrastructure is such that just getting into the cordillera can feel like an accomplishment. I am a guide; and I want to help people to get into these places and experience the magic. But I don't want to take away from those looking to create an adventure of their own.