You will ski La Hoya with its abundant off-piste terrain and exceptionally dry Patagonian powder. La Hoya translates to “the bowl”. The name derives from the shape of the mountain, a wide circular glacial basin that offers great sweeping fields of fresh snow. La Hoya’s varied terrain, uncrowded slopes, and location in the heart of the Patagonian Andes make it a truly unique Argentine ski destination.
Cerro Bayo Ski Resort rises above the famous Lake Nahuel Huapi offering sweeping majestic views of this 100 km long lake. Area-wise Cerro Bayo is not that big but it offers terrain of all types; from steep powder pitches if you are up for a short hike, to large open fields of off-piste and long lengthy groomers. Cerro Bayo is a small and friendly ski area that delivers fresh tracks more often than not.
You will ski four days at the largest ski area in Argentina, Cerro Catedral, located on the edge of the bustling city of Bariloche. This modern ski area includes 3,000 acres of in-bounds terrain and 36 lifts. Cerro Catedral offers all kinds of terrain, great on mountain refugio’s for some of the best ski hill lunches you will experience and a bustling ski village. The views of the Andes and Lake Nahuel Huapi from the top of Catedral are some of the most scenic in the world.