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BARILOCHE, Argentina — On the majestic slopes of the mountains that surround Argentina national park Refugio Frey any skier or snowboarder would be ecstatic.
The park is located in the center of a mountainous region and provides shelter or "refuge" from the strong winds, as the park's name would suggest.
But apparently its enjoyment isn't limited to humans.
Skier Santiago Guzman is accompanied by a dog named Conga during his time on the awe-inspiring peaks. Conga seems to have as much fun as Guzman as he leads the skier up hills, buries a ball in the snow and watches Guzman attentively.