Cerro Castor is the southernmost ski resort in the world. Inaugurated in the year 1999, is located 26 km from the city of Ushuaia, 195 meters above sea level and a peak at 1057 meters.
The hill has 34 slopes with different levels of difficulty, 12 means of elevation, 8 gastronomic points, 1 Snowpark, 1 ski cross circuit, 1 area for beginners and off-piste, all in a plot of more than 650 skiable hectares.
It also has an ice skating rink, cross-country ski circuit and an extensive network of artificial snow, guaranteeing snow to the base throughout the season.
Because it is the southernmost tourist point on the planet, it has characteristics that make it unique because it concentrates the best snow quality in the country and South America.
How to Get There: located 26 km from Ushuaia, where an international airport and a tourist port for large ships. It can also be accessed terrestrially by National Route N º 3.
Season: from 20/06 to 06/10. (date of opening subject to climpaticas conditions).
Weather: in winter, temperatures range between 5º and -5ºC.
Activities: skiing, snowboarding, snowblading
Services: school, first aid stand, boutique.