Low Season: * Jun 16 – Jun 23 /
*Sep 8 – Sep 15 /
* Sep 15 – Sep 22 /
*Sep 22 – Sep 29 /
** Sep 29 – Oct 6
Medium Season: * Jun 23 – Jun 30 / Jun 30 – Jul 07 / Aug 4 – Aug 11 / Aug 11 – Aug 18 / Aug 18 – Aug 25 / Aug 25 – Sep 1 / * Sep 1 – Sep 8
High Season: Jul 07 – Jul 14 /Jul 14 – Jul 21 / Jul 21 – Jul 28 / Jul 28 – Aug 04
*ONE CHILD FREE WEEKS *
** KIDS SKI FREE WEEKS **
|Double Lake w/ Balcony||2100||3250||4000|
|Doble Lago 6th Floor||2100||3250||4000|
|Single Lake w/ Balcony||2950||4500||6000|
|Single Lago 6th Floor||2950||4500||6000|
|Single en suite||3500||6300||8000|
|Family apartment - one bathroom||1550||2100||2800|
|Family apartment - two bathrooms||1750||2500||3350|
|4 to 11-year-olds with one adult||890||1200||1390|
|Teen 12 – 17 -year-olds with one adult||990||1400||1650|
|Children up to 3 year-olds||-||-||-|
|Octógono Lodge Triple||1300||1800||2100|
|Octógono Lodge Doble||1600||2250||2850|
|Inca Lodge Triple||890||990||1090|
|Inca Lodge Doble||990||1150||1290|
Passes for children under 4 years old are free of any charges.
Nota: The rates 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.
|Adult DAY + MENU|
|Minor DAY + MENU|
|Senior DAY + MENU|
Including VAT. Subject to change without prior notice. DAY MENU tickets include lunch at the self-catering restaurant consisting of soup or salad, main course, dessert and a beverage.
* High Season: Saturday, Sunday, holidays and the period from July 4 thru August 14 (inclusive).
*Low Season: working days and the days not belonging to the high season period.
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.
Located in the southern end of the American continent, Patagonia meets several natural conditions and characteristics ideal for growing vineyards.
Pure air, clear skies and endless silences are only interrupted by the whispers of the winds that cross the area from the Andes Mountain Range to the Atlantic Ocean, carrying the mysterious aromas of the bushes and the wild berries.