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Caviahue, Caviahue

(4.2/5 based on 120+ reviews on the web)
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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  • Very small but cozy. For a few days to enjoy make trekking X surroundings. Don't expect much more.
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  • Very nice people. Many houses and very well equipped cabins. The views to the Lake are amazing. The only bad thing lately is the volcano, which is releasing much ash. In summer they enjoy from the termas de Copahue and in winter the ski slopes.
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  • Truth was a little more waiting for comments that I had... attention in general is acceptable they settled me a little problem in the Administration with the vouchers and they printed me there the same, the media are quite well except for the Chair that is on the basis that it is very old, but equal t lead. Parador Carito prices but as in all the centres, the worst the rental... rather recommand the boys attention and something to highlight is that there is no dry boots in the rental, a problem for q transpire much foot since after all day of ski boots in a few shelves you leave and they are all wet until the other day because they fail to dry and the truth q the other day having WET boots early is not good and the smell of moisture having boots is unbearable, in la Hoya (quite cheaper q cavi) you have dry boots and truth that Ponte warm boots from early in the morning makes the difference, e s a point to improve, the tracks due to lack of snow, many were closed in sector of Quad are quite good but we could not get to the base calculation that they must be very good also, else unless the rental is aceptable.saludos
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