Low season: from 06/20 to 06/21 and from 09/14 to 09/27
Special season: from 06/22 to 06/28 and from 08/31 to 09/13
Mid season: from 06/29 to 07/05, from 07/27 to 08/16 and from 08/20 to 08/30
High season: from 07/06 to 07/26 and from 08/17 to 08/19
|Kind of Pass||Low Season||Low Season Sp.||Mid Season||High Season||Long weekends|
|5 days L/V||1.246||997||1.417||1.134||1.611||1.289||1.835||1.466||-||-|
|5 days D/J||1.246||997||1.417||1.134||1.611||1.289||1.835||1.466||-||-|
SKIDATA CARD: Pesos 30 Refundable with return of the same.
The 5-day (Monday thru Friday) and 7 -day passes include Saturday free of charge
Free of charge: kids between 3 and 5 years old and adults over 65.
Kids between 6 and 11 years old are considered minors and people between 12 and 64 years old are considered adults.
Note: The rates, expressed in Argentinian Pesos, have been provided by the ski resort, responsible for any modification without prior notice. We recommend that you check the rates before making a reservation.
Visiting the Patagonian museums is a way of having a close link with the life, the customs and the natural environment of its communities.
Paleontology, archeology and history are some of the disciplines developed in these sections dedicated to witnessing the culture of the region.
The beauty of the lakes located in the Patagonian area or the large sea bathing its Atlantic coast offer the ideal frame for the practice of nautical sports.
Surfing is a very complete sport, which forces sportsmen to train. It is intriguing, exciting, exhausting and it breaks with the activities you can perform on solid ground.
Cold blood and steel nerves are required in order to practice kayaking.