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Caviahue, Caviahue

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Try skiing or snowboarding from as high as 2,958 m (9,705 ft) above sea level across a variety of slopes at Caviahue. Suitable for all levels of experience, the center has a ski and snowboard school for beginners and offers a freestyle terrain for the advanced. It also offers accommodation including cabins, a grand hotel and spa, and a camping village with stone and wooden houses. Tour the local area with the ski center's excursions. Visit a frozen waterfall, the Escondida Lagoon, and the border with Chile. Choose to start, finish, or center your holiday on a trip to Caviahue by using our Caviahue itinerary maker.
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  • This is the greatest place in the world. I´ve been there like 5 times. A small town, in summer there a few people and in winter in one of the most important places to practice snowboard and ski. Very ...  more »
  • Beautiful place with a lot of possibilities for (1 day) trekking : Volcano, cascadas, salto, thermal hot spring, fumerolles... Always amazing view point and panorama You can easily spend 3 days there  more »
  • I did not know much about the place, the truth that I was pleasantly surprised. To get I combined aircraft and micro. Most shops close at lunch time. In summer the days are long, with very good sunlight until 21: 30 hs. Walk along the beaches of Lake is something you never get tired, there are walks to do in the surrounding area at all times. It has all the basics, supermarkets, pharmacies, laundry, etc. If you're not going by car, there are a couple of places to get to know you will have to hire excursions, such as Lake Hualcupén and jump of the sour. To go to the baths in Copahue, you can take the bus. You have good offer for accommodation. Occasionally wind rises, and that implies that the ashes of the volcano also rise up and are in the air, so be careful with the eyes and the respiratory tract. In summer although it has plenty of sunshine is not hot, so it is easy to underestimate the Sun, so you always have to wear sunscreen. If you want to be in a quiet place, surrounded by nature, with enjoyable physical activity options and good food, you don't miss Caviahue.
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  • AT THE ENTRANCE OF THE VILLAGE WELL LOCATED VERY GOOD CARE, GOOD COUNSELORS AND EVEN YOU CAN MAKE USE OF THE BATHS, NICE GUYS THAT ATTEND
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  • Excellent scenery.
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  • The place itself isn't very cute, the facilities, but the different thermal baths can be taken are very pleasant
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  • Very attentive, gave us lots of information about hotels and attractions to visit.
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