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Skiing in Patagonia

Otto Hill Argentine Patagonia is the right destination for skiing from mid June to late September. And there are places for all tastes and needs. From the most exclusive ones, with world-class services, to small centers, less crowded but also available, ready for adventure. And if you think that skiing is a sport only for those with a special training, we offer you all the information on the different variations of this sport; you’ll find out one of them fits into your vacations’ style. Don’t hesitate: snow is wonderful and all its connected activities have an unique charm. Let’s go Patagonia skiing…

Tips for skiers and snowboarders

What to wear In the mountains climate changes are usually abrupt. The essential thing is to wear warm underwear and then a jacket, pants and waterproof over-pants. You also need a hat to protect the ears and gloves and wool … Continue reading

My skiing debut

Desde luego, es un amigo mío...

Professional adventurer, our columnist Mariano Fernández Soler tells us his experience the first time he slipped on a pair of skis. Read this note, you will have fun and you will surely be encouraged to discover the infinite pleasure of … Continue reading

Skiing in Ushuaia

Tierra Mayor

Ushuaia, located in the end of the Andes Mountain range, is surrounded by mountainous peaks and suitable lands for the practice of all type of winter sports. The official opening of the season takes place the night of June 20, … Continue reading

Skiing in Valdelén

The nearest ski center to Río Gallegos is in Rio Turbio, on Dorotea Hill. The Valdelén Center of Winter Sports is located 4 kilometers from Rio Turbio, practically on the frontier with Chile. When arriving to the top of the … Continue reading

Skiing at Primeros Pinos Snow Park

At only 45 km. from Zapala and 230 km. from the city of Neuquen, this Snow Park has been, for many years, the favorite of the area’s inhabitants. You get here from Neuquén city after driving along National Route 22 … Continue reading

Skiing in Perito Moreno Hill

The El Bolsón town, in the Southwest of the Province of Rio Negro forms, together with other towns of the neighboring Province of Chubut (among them Esquel), the Andean District of the Parallel 42°. It is also part of the … Continue reading

Skiing in Copahue and Caviahue

In the northwest of the Province of Neuquén, at the foot of the Copahue Volcano and beside Lake Caviahue, these mountain villages are located, at 1600 meters above sea level and 18 kilometers from each other. The area is inside … Continue reading

Skiing in Batea Mahuida

This Snow Park is situated in the north of the Province of Neuquén, some 63 Km. from Aluminé. In order to reach here you must take National route 22 from the city of Neuquén up to Zapala and then provincial … Continue reading

Skiing in Cerro Chapelco

Cerro Chapelco

San Martín de los Andes, located by the shore of Lago Lacar in the National Park Lanin, has uncountable attractions that make it a privileged tourism destination all year long. But in winter, the eyes are fixed on Cerro Chapelco, … Continue reading

Skiing in Cerro Catedral

Cerro Catedral

The most famous and well-known ski center of Argentina is only 19 kilometers from Bariloche. It’s Cerro Catedral. It has the largest history in the Latin-American ski. This sport started here in the 30’s when a group of young people … Continue reading

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