Duration/Dates9 Days/8 Nights
Let Endless Turns be the first to welcome you to the Andes Mountains for your Argentina ski trip. We will handle every detail and arrange your all-inclusive ski and snowboarding package to the Catedral Alta Patagonia Resort, located just outside Bariloche in the northern Lakes District of Patagonia. Most ski weeks are Saturday to Saturday at the Catedral Resort with our Bariloche ski packages. You have the option of either staying at the base of the resort or in the village of Bariloche. This can be combined with skiing Chapelco Resort, which is located in San Martin de Los Andes.
Are you ready for an Argentina ski trip? It’s the perfect reason to take a break from work and enjoy the great outdoors. Book a Bariloche ski package with Endless Turns, and you will be hitting the slopes before you know it!
RESORTS IN THE AREA
Mid-June to October is the best time for reliable snow. The last two weeks of July can be very crowded with South American school holidays. August has some of the biggest storms of the season and the powder stays good, since the sun is not very strong yet. Late August and September can be a mix between winter and spring conditions, which please powder hounds and corn snow aficionados.
The Cerro Catedral Resort has a wide variety of terrain to suit all ability levels. The upper mountain has wide-open bowls, chutes, mogul runs, and groomers, all being above timberline. Mid mountain down into the village offers delightful tree skiing, groomers, and plenty of bumps once you powder gets skied up. Catedral offers some of the best terrain for all ability levels in Argentina.
ACCOMMODATIONS & CUISINE
The base Village of Cerro Catedral has 4 and 5-star ski-in, ski-out accommodations, as well as a few 3-star options. If you would prefer to be in a more lively area, then Endless Turns recommends that you stay 20 minutes away in the City of Bariloche (which is actually more of a large village then a very small city). In Bariloche we can offer you accommodations in hotels, cabanas, bungalows, and apartments to meet every budget.
Bariloche’s nightlife abounds, whether you prefer upscale bars with live music, clubs, wine bars, or just enjoying a micro brew. Bariloche is known for some of the best restaurants in all of Argentina. Everything from the juiciest steak you have ever eaten, to perfect gnocchi and fresh trout & perch. It also has wonderful bakeries, ice cream shops, and some of the best chocolate found anywhere in the world.
- 38 – 1 Tram
- 1 Gondola
- 10 Doubles
- 1 high speed 6 person detachable chairs
- 1 combination lift-quad & double
- 3 triples, 12 surface lifts
- 12 surface lifts
- 8 rope tows
- Vertical Drop: 3,773 feet (1,150 meters)
- Top Elevation: 7,153 feet (2,180 meters)
- Bottom Elevation: 3,378 feet (1,030 meters)
- Annual Snowfall
- 19-23 feet / 6-7 meters
- Designated Runs
- 60 which equal 120 km of trails
- Off-Piste & Backcountry
- Incredible access to La Laguna and the Frey Hut (plus much more!). There is wonderful spring touring for corn & powder.