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Penitentes Ski Resort, Province of Mendoza
(3.8/5 based on 110+ reviews on the web)
Hit the slopes at Penitentes Ski Resort, a ski resort located close to the border between Argentina and Chile and frequented by skiers of all levels. The 300 hectares (741 acres) of skiable land are yours to enjoy, with slopes of various difficulty offering something for beginners, experts, or professionals. Indeed, professional competitions for both international and national events often take place at the resort. Take a lesson at the ski school, whose experienced and expert instructors stand ready to impart knowledge and ensure safety. Add Penitentes Ski Resort to your Los Penitentes travel itinerary, and discover new vacation ideas by using our Los Penitentes tour planner.
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  • It is really very good! To spend the day skiing, places for lunch and relax! Super recommended! It is a wonderful experience.
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  • Hill with much snow, lifts and tracks for all persons wishing to make sky, snowboarding and culipatín.
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  • I visited this ski station, on a day that was with rental car, from Mendoza, and I also made several other tours. I climbed on the chair lift just to walk around and enjoy the spectacular view of the site. It totally holds up, the weather was good. Upstairs, I was a time, and had a snack in the restaurant. I stayed until closing 17hs. If you think about skiing, and is an amateur, it's good to learn about classes and on his tracks, because it didn't seem like a basic circuit for beginners.
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