Cerro Catedral Alta Patagonia in Argentina will kick off its winter 2023 season tomorrow, June 29th.
According to a Facebook post, the following lifts/areas will be open from 9 am: Amancay Cable Car and the Horse Tooth Hill chair.
The ski area has seen 14″ of fresh snow at the summit in the last 24 hours. Avalanche danger is rated ‘considerable.’
We meet again!
BBVA invites you to Cathedral’s 2023 season pre-opening.
This Thursday June 29th from 9h we will be on the 2000 track, ascending the Amancay cable car and the Horse Tooth hill chair, to make the first descents of the winter. ⛷️ 🏂
For this pre-opening we have a special rate exclusive to BBVA customers, with 50% off day pass when paying with credit cards ❄️⛷️.
👉 Buy only at Amancay Lottery from 9am to 4pm.
See you at the top! 🙌
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Customers of the BBVA can get 50% off their day tickets when paying by credit card.
More terrain and lifts will be added as snowmaking progresses and mother nature helps out.
Cerro Catedral is South America’s largest ski area, 12 miles from San Carlos de Bariloche. It is inside the Nahuel Huapí National Park in Patagonia, Argentina.
According to Wikipedia, it is one of the most important ski resorts in South America and the Southern Hemisphere, with a skiable area of 6 km2 (2.3 sq mi), 120 km (75 mi) of ski runs, and a lift capacity of 35,000 skiers per hour across 33 lifts. It is also popular due to the views of the Nahuel Huapi Lake. There are also a number of hotels and hostels at the foot of the mountain and a summer hikers’ hut called Refugio Lynch on one of the tops of the mountain.
During the summer, the Refugio Frey and camping accommodate trekkers and rock climbers next to Tonček lagoon, near the Torre Principal, Catedral’s highest point.