In the months of June to September visitors by the thousands come to Argentina for world-class skiing. All the resorts are located in the western part of the country, close to the Andes mountains. Travelling to one of these ski resorts requires a two- or three-hour flight from Buenos Aires and then ground transportation to the slopes. Argentina has two big downhill resorts: Cerro Catedral, in Bariloche and Las Lenas, in Mendoza. It also has almost a dozen other resorts of smaller magnitude. A few hours away from Bariloche by car is Cerro Chapelco, a wonderful mountain for forest skiing, challenging steep chutes, and off-piste touring.
Snowboarding in Argentina has become very popular over the past several years as well. All resorts now welcome riders, and the sport has caught on here as strongly as in North America and Europe.
Select the resort you are interested in below for a full guide to the mountain, including all the vital skiing information and everything else you can expect when you get to the slopes.
Cerro Catedral, Bariloche
The biggest mountain in South America.
Las Lenas, Mendoza
The special ski resort in the Andes.
Cerro Chapelco, San Martin
Excellent slopes near a mountain village.
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