These sports are considered adventure travel par excellence. Extreme ski consists of going down quite a steep mountain with nothing but your skis. People practicing this activity have to use this technique in its maximum expression, giving priority
to safety rather than to downhill speed.
In order to practice this sport, it is necessary to know the environment, the kinds of untouched snow, meteorology and climbing techniques.
Those who wish to discover new sensations having fun in the powder snow may have a raid into snowboarding. It is not necessary that you can ski, as snowboarding movements are totally different from those of skiing. They are simple and easy to learn.
Just like extreme ski, you can choose the path along which you want to go. It also enables you to make jumps and free falls that may amaze audiences with a great show. The best about these sports is to practice them periodically so as to improve the technique and not aking more than what the body can give.
| Osorno / Puyehue - X Región
Antillanca Ski Resort
Antillanca Ski Resort is 1990 meters above sea level on the hillsides of Casablanca volcano. In 1945 the place was called Antillanca, a Mapuche name meaning "sun jewel" ...
|Antillanca Ski Resort|
| Aluminé - Neuquén
Batea Mahuida Ski Resort
Batea Mahuida Volcano turned its rage off for ever and let a lagoon appear in its crater. It changed fire by water and let mapuche people who are historical inhabitants...
|Batea Mahuida Ski Resort|
| Villa La Angostura - Neuquén
Bayo Mount Ski Resort (in the winter)
These past years, it has become very difficult not to relate Villa la Angostura with Cerro Bayo ,a ski center with unique features due to the natural beauty and the hospitality...
|Bayo Mount Ski Resort (in the winter)|
| San Carlos de Bariloche - Río Negro
Catedral Mount (in the winter)
The largest and most complete winter resort in South America unfolds impossingly on the western face of the mount, bound to tourist tradition and the famous quality of the city.
|Catedral Mount (in the winter)|
| San Martín de los Andes - Neuquén
Chapelco Mount (in the winter)
Almost until mid-Spring, this winter resort offers an unforgettable ski season, with lots of sunshine, excellent snow quality and first-class services.
|Chapelco Mount (in the winter)|
| San Martín de los Andes - Neuquén
Chapelco's Tetrathlon is the most representative sports dispute in San Martín de los Andes. It combines four disciplines: ski, running, mountain biking and kayaking.
| Esquel - Chubut
La Hoya Ski Resort
This mountain resort, located 13 km away from the city, with a privileged geographic location, offers snow as from the early days of June.
|La Hoya Ski Resort|
| Temuco - IX Región
Llaima Volcano; Ski Track
Leaving from Panamericana to the north until Cajón, 9 km. from the city, you take a paved road to the volcano through a prairie until Vilcún...
|Llaima Volcano; Ski Track|
| Río Turbio - Santa Cruz
Powder Snow in Valdelén
Valle de Lengas or Valdelén is a winter sports center lying close to Río Turbio, appreciated for its excellent snow quality and trails for the entire family.
|Powder Snow in Valdelén|
| Pucón - IX Región
Pucón Ski Resort - Villarrica
Have you ever skied on a volcano? It is an experience as spectacular and fascinating as you can imagine, but it is actually enjoying it what you will never forget!!
|Pucón Ski Resort - Villarrica|
| Caviahue - Neuquén
Ski in Caviahue
With the portentous scenography of millenary araucarias, and conjugating ski with the best thermal therapies, you will find in this resort...
|Ski in Caviahue|
| Ushuaia - Tierra del Fuego
Ski in Cerro Castor
In the end of Patagonia during its fourth winter season you will discover the newest ski resort in Argentina nearest to the end of the continent.
|Ski in Cerro Castor|
| Villa Pehuenia - Neuquén
We were surprised by the renovated Primeros Pinos snowpark, a winter sport training resort ideal for the people from the high valley.
Hiking or walking is an activity practiced in all kinds of terrains and is not restricted to age, gender or physical fitness.
As in every task, there are various levels of difficulty, which can be surpassed gradually as experience is gained. The routes are divided into four types of difficulty: relaxed, medium, steady and difficult.
Make up your mind and climb, ascend or rappel down the most impressive mountains in Patagonia and become a great climber.
Considered as a high risk sport, it requires physical strength of arms and legs at the same time, combined with the technical skill of the climber.
We recommend that beginners do not start by climbing on natural walls, but in artificial ones and under the assistance of a professional guide.