PATAGONIA SKI TOURING
Patagonia is a province that encompasses the extreme south of South America, namely Argentina and Chile, including Tierra del Fuego. The region is known for its harsh and changing climate. It is known for its attractive mountains such as Fitz Roy, Cerro Torre, and the Paine Towers. The ski season in South America runs from June to the end of September, culminating in the second half of July. Our starting point will be the city of Bariloche, from where it is not far to three famous ski resorts: Cerro Catedral ski resort, Baguales mountain reserve, and El Bolson. They all have great opportunities for touring skiing and freeride.
San Carlos de Bariloche is the center of the region, a ski resort with developed tourist infrastructure. Access to the excellent ski terrain is possible by cable cars or snowmobiles. All this is available immediately above the city, as well as in the surrounding centers. As a result, we can choose from several different ski programs according to the knowledge and wishes of touring skiers, as well as according to daily and type of accommodation.