Snow in Argentina: when will ski resorts open?
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11.06.2024 Argentina Las Lenas   13
Snow in Argentina: when will ski resorts open?

From the majestic slopes of Catedral to the thrills of skiing in Chapelco, Las Leñas and Cerro Castor, the country offers the ideal conditions to enjoy winter at its best.

Argentina, famous With its stunning scenery and varied outdoor activities, it becomes a winter wonderland during the snowy season. The country's ski resorts offer the perfect experience for snow and winter sports lovers with their ski slopes and activities tailored to each visitor's preferences. From the majestic peaks of the Andes to cozy mountain villages, travelers from all over the world can immerse themselves in an unforgettable experience, discover and enjoy the magic of snow that can only be experienced in Argentina.

Catedral: Skiing in Bariloche

Just over 20 minutes drive from the center of Bariloche is Cerro Catedral, one of the most famous ski resorts in Argentina. With stunning panoramic views and a variety of activities both on and off the slopes, this destination promises thrills for everyone.

This year's ski season is forecast to be the longest in history, starting June 7 and will last 120 days. Plus, with new technology and a new quad chairlift that expands the variety of lift options, the ability to make the most of every day is expanding not only for experienced skiers, but also for amateurs and those just wanting to learn how to ski.

When it comes to exciting experiences, the Catedral Alta Patagonia has a wide range of hotels and inns that complement the offer with gastronomy for the most demanding gourmets.

Every moment in this enclave is a dream in the province of Rio Negro will be an unforgettable adventure for lovers of skiing, snowboarding and those who prefer snowshoeing.

When it snows in Bariloche

It has already snowed in Bariloche and the doors of Cerro Catedral are open. The charm of this place is dressed in white for the amazing panoramic views that can be appreciated not only from Cerro Catedral, but also from other hills such as Campanario, Cerro Otto or the shores of Lake Nahuel Huapi.

Where to buy tickets for Cerro Catedral:

Physical sales points can be found at Bariloche Airport, in the center of Bariloche or at the Unicenter shopping center. Also online at

A full-day ticket for adults costs $125, but you can get discounts if you visit for multiple days.


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