Catedral Alta Patagonis, San Carlos de Bariloche

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Glide down some of Argentina's finest slopes on crisp snow at Catedral Alta Patagonis. With world-class runs and well-maintained facilities, the resort offers a skiing experience to rival some of Europe's top winter destinations. Make the most of the slow ski lifts by relaxing and enjoying the view as you creep up the mountain. Off-season visitors fear not--the area offers excellent hiking during summer, with well-marked trails and breathtaking scenery. To visit Catedral Alta Patagonis on your trip to San Carlos de Bariloche, use our San Carlos de Bariloche trip itinerary builder.
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  • August 15, 2017
    Perfect for families. Do not leave, if you are with children, to hire the school Fire On ice. the instructors is perfect for children, notably by Nico and Delfina.
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  • August 15, 2017
    It was our first experience with snow, so indescribable. It has an area for beginners in which the descent is little the first trial and you can ski or do snowboarding, but that ticket (cheap) does not allow to use means of ascent. For the more experienced can purchase tickets with means of Ascension and use the clues in various levels of difficulty. For us we didn't ski, help very worth the pedestrian entrance to the chairlift, we could climb the mountain, see snow falling, play in the snow, skiing and a very cool experiment was making a racket traking walk on snow with snowshoes.
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  • August 14, 2017
    Amazing place to Ski very beautiful snow track and with a wonderful view of the Lake, perfect worth recommend.
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  • July 26, 2017
    Experienced the lowest part of mountain and in high season. Prices are quite high, concerning everything there. You have several options for equipment rental. There is a bus line (55) up there and down. Although, to go down you will face crowded buses and huge queues. The sporting space for begginers is quite good but very very crowded around 1-3pm.
  • July 14, 2017
    Cerro Catedral is the busiest and maybe the closest to skiing near Bariloche. For those who have never skied worth doing classes at the entrance of the Park, at first it's kind of hard after some time I can start down the track of training with more ease. Recommend search prices because it has enough price difference. Worth renting the clothes on the street Mitre which is a lot cheaper. In the Park you can rent skis only. At least once in your life you must have this experience. The prices were cheaper, but it's worth a go ...
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  • July 6, 2017
    Great place to practice snow sports for all ages, whether you have practiced or not ... If you come make sure you do the night Snowmobile ride and dinner in a cave. Not to be missed.
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  • August 1, 2017
    Really liked it! It's a different experience for many people, especially for those who never practiced snow sports. It is worthwhile to devote at least one day to come here.
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  • August 6, 2017
    It is the largest ski center of Latin America, it has one of the best views over the city and the Lake Nahuel Huapi your customer isn't very good, so how low your score. It has very few snow guns, all of them at the base. It has lifts old which occurred several accidents, fortunately non-fatal removed the pomas (types of lifts) that allowed to ski in windy days this year pisan less tracks, each year fewer tracks tread. But it is a wonderful place where the ski lovers can delight us with more than 120 km of tracks and roads and 600 skiable hectares
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Despite an abundance of economical lodgings, most budget-friendly options in Bariloche get fully booked well before the start of peak season. Hotels charge the highest rates during popular ski months (July and August), when you're least likely to find a cozy room without a reservation. Mid-range hotels near the town center remain the best option for most tourists, offering car rental and tour arrangements along with the usual amenities like free Wi-Fi, cable TV, and laundry service.
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