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Ushuaia: Cerro Castor Ski Lodge Pass and Ski Gear

1. Ushuaia: Cerro Castor Ski Lodge Pass and Ski Gear

Are you ready to venture? -Cerro Castor, has an exclusive design that is replicated in each of its buildings and an infrastructure similar to that of the main winter resorts in Europe. - It has an Artificial Snow Network (28 technoalpine cannons – the largest in South America) that covers widely from intermediate to the base, guaranteeing a large amount of snow throughout the season. - It has new and state-of-the-art machinery; complying with the pertinent maintenance before and after each season, carried out by expert personnel, Cerro Castor staff. -It has the largest Snowpark in South America. -Cerro Castor is the southernmost ski resort on the planet and has unique characteristics for skiers of all levels. It is 26 km from the city of Ushuaia and has 7 gastronomic points that allow you to enjoy the landscape of Fueguina from different places on the mountain, maintaining the quality of the snow due to its geographical position. Low season: June 24 to July 01 September 24 to October 02 Mid Season: July 2 to July 8 July 30 to August 12 August 16 to September 23 High season: July 9 to July 29 August 13 to August 15

Bariloche: Cerro Catedral Ski Passes, Equipment, & Transfers

2. Bariloche: Cerro Catedral Ski Passes, Equipment, & Transfers

An ideal activity for those looking to participate in winter sports for the first or 100th time. Benefit from pre-booking a comfortable, heated transfer between Bariloche and the mountain, ski passes, all equipment for the duration of your trip, and passes for the lift, and start having fun right away.   The ski center on Cerro Catedral has the largest visitor capacity in Argentina, with more than 34 lifts and 1,200 skiable hectares, divided among forests, canyons, and off-track areas, as well as more than 60 tracks and roads. Enjoy a foray into mountain bliss. Checkout the onsite restaurants and souvenir shops or spend the whole day zipping down the side of the mountain.

Bariloche: Cerro Campanario Chairlift Ticket

3. Bariloche: Cerro Campanario Chairlift Ticket

Travel hassle-free by pre-booking your chairlift ticket to Cerro Campanario, the most famous hill in Bariloche. At 3,444 feet above sea level, Cerro allows you to appreciate one of the most beautiful views of the region. Look out over Nahuel Huapi and Perito Moreno lakes, El Trébol Lagoon, San Pedro and Liao Llao peninsulas, Victoria Island, the Otto, López, Goye, Catedral, the Capilla hills, and the wonderful Cor Dillerano, the surroundings of the city of San Carlos de Bariloche.  What makes Cerro Campanário unique is that it has several viewpoints and not just one, allowing you to admire the landscapes from different angles. Take your time ruminating on the magical views in a peaceful setting. At the top of the hill there is also a cafeteria, in case you want to warm up with a coffee or hot chocolate.

Ushuaia: Cerro Castor Ski Lodge Pass

4. Ushuaia: Cerro Castor Ski Lodge Pass

Are you ready to venture? -Cerro Castor, has an exclusive design that is replicated in each of its buildings and an infrastructure similar to that of the main winter resorts in Europe. - It has an Artificial Snow Network (28 technoalpine cannons – the largest in South America) that covers widely from intermediate to the base, guaranteeing a large amount of snow throughout the season. - It has new and state-of-the-art machinery; complying with the pertinent maintenance before and after each season, carried out by expert personnel, Cerro Castor staff. -It has the largest Snowpark in South America. -Cerro Castor is the southernmost ski resort on the planet and has unique characteristics for skiers of all levels. It is 26 km from the city of Ushuaia and has 7 gastronomic points that allow you to enjoy the landscape of Fueguina from different places on the mountain, maintaining the quality of the snow due to its geographical position. Low season: June 24 to July 01 September 24 to October 02 Mid Season: July 2 to July 8 July 30 to August 12 August 16 to September 23 High season: July 9 to July 29 August 13 to August 15

Ushuaia: Snowboard in Cerro Castor Pass for 1-4 Days w/ Gear

5. Ushuaia: Snowboard in Cerro Castor Pass for 1-4 Days w/ Gear

Are you ready to venture? -Cerro Castor, has an exclusive design that is replicated in each of its buildings and an infrastructure similar to that of the main winter resorts in Europe. - It has an Artificial Snow Network (28 technoalpine cannons – the largest in South America) that covers widely from intermediate to the base, guaranteeing a large amount of snow throughout the season. - It has new and state-of-the-art machinery; complying with the pertinent maintenance before and after each season, carried out by expert personnel, Cerro Castor staff. -It has the largest Snowpark in South America. -Cerro Castor is the southernmost ski resort on the planet and has unique characteristics for skiers of all levels. It is 26 km from the city of Ushuaia and has 7 gastronomic points that allow you to enjoy the landscape of Fueguina from different places on the mountain, maintaining the quality of the snow due to its geographical position. Low season: June 24 to July 01 September 24 to October 02 Mid Season: July 2 to July 8 July 30 to August 12 August 16 to September 23 High season: July 9 to July 29 August 13 to August 15

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What people are saying about Patagonia, Argentina

Super friendly, attentive staff. The skiing class was given by instructor Pato, and it was really cool. It took 2 hours of class and I managed to learn the basics and safely descend the snow. The meeting point was close to the Hotel, 600m away, but as it was raining it was a little inconvenient to walk in the rain and it was very cold!

It was very cool, the super friendly guys and a patience the amazing instructor, I recommend them 100%

Staffs are friendly. Though I didn't took the classes, they still help me to do the equipment rental.