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Monday, December 7, 2009

Let it Snow, then pack your bags and Go to Argentina

snow sceneMystical looking isn't it! Looking down the mountain towards a sleepy village. A ski village about to come to life in The Andes Mountains in western Argentina near the border. Argentina Ski Resorts pepper the landscape between Chile and Argentina. You can count 9 on this map. A 2-3 hour flight from Buenos Aires and you're there, 1030 meters above sea level with fresh snow to explore.ski map of ArgentinaWhen you Ski in Argentina you have much to pick from. Snowboarding, cross country, or downhill skiing all are available, as well as rental of the appropriate ski equipment for your outdoor adventure. Hotel accommodations have a wide range of pricing so you can select what fits your budget. Better yet, let the experts tailor make a ski package for you. You tell them when you'd like to travel, what you'd like to spend, what type of accommodations you require and let them deal with all the details. Packages can include air fare, and car rental.

Cerro Cathedral Ski Resort offers some of the most advance skiing in all of Argentina and in South America; but don't be shy if you're not an advance skier. Beginning and Intermediate skiers have just as much terrain suitable for them. Lesson are also available for those who'd like to improve their skills.
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21 comments:

  1. I have to admit that I've never snow skied. I know, I grew up in Michigan and I've never skied. Argentina looks like a good place to learn:) I just want to have a good old fashioned snow day for the kids, where the snow lasts for more than 30 minutes...is that too much to ask?

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  2. I haven't gone skiing in years, but it would be fun in foreign country.

    Thank you for visiting & commenting on my recent post. It was the first time I had been to China and I did love it. If you decide to go, join a tour to make it less intimidating.

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  3. wow..what comes to my mind first when i saw the pictures is christmas...heheh...Frosty the SNOWMAN...i haven't seen or experience snow ... :( we don't have it in our country....

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  4. Cool Stuff, however there are some other pretty good destinations which can be tried: holiday to Corfu

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  5. And maybe while skiing in Argentina we can learn to dance the tango :)

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  6. If your traveling in the summer (winter in the US), go to Mar del Plata, which has beautiful beaches and great night life (whether you're young or old) and go all the way down to Patagonia , the closest you'll get to Antarctica. If traveling during winter (summer in the US) you have to go to Bariloche for some nice snow-skiing.

    During any season, you have to go to Buenos Aires and enjoy its very European lifestyle. There are good theaters, tango shows, the shopping is great and the exchange if very favorable for most tourists (can't return without buying fine leather goods) and of course, the food! The food is to die for and very cheap. Great beef if you love meat. Great choices if you're vegetarian. Don't miss the grilled Provoletta. A big meal including appetizer, nice steak entree, dessert, wine or beer in a restaurant doesn't go for more than $ 18 per person. Get ready some weeks before you leave and try to loose the pounds you're going to gain down there.

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  7. Argentina is like the France of South America. They are snooty! But you have less of a chance of getting shot than you do in Brazil. Also, not a lot of snow in Brazil.

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  8. Argentina is one of the beautiful places among various creations of God. Argentina's natural attractions are the stuff travelers' dreams are made of. The information is really chilling me a lot because I love to spend time in ski resorts everytime. I am happy that they provide packages based on our conviniences.
    Thanks for sharing cool information here dude.

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  9. The earliest evidence of humans in Argentina is in Patagonia and dates from 11,000 BC. The Inca Empire under King Pachacutec invaded and conquered present-day northwestern Argentina in 1480, integrating it into a region called Collasuyu; the Guaraní developed a culture based on yuca, sweet potato and yerba maté.

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  10. Argentina Ski Resorts provides the best service.I love to go to Argentina as i love snow.Lovely blog.

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  11. I never have skiing experience... This is looks really exciting!

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  12. hey, that's nice, you make me want to go to argentina too!

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  13. i would love to travel to argentina during the summer here to get some great snowboarding in. it would make a great vacation

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  14. Argentina, The mystical place its too hard to survive there. Its so cool place and In my whole life I do not want to visit there.

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  15. You really make my mood to go to Argentina as soon as possible i will definitely go there but in summers because it is to difficult to survive there in winters.

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  16. Hello
    You have given all information about ski in Argentina.I have heard so much about Argentina form my friend and after reading this post I will definitely go to Argentina in next holidays.I have never experienced skiing.Thank you very much for such information.


    Konjugierte Linolsäure

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  17. It's beautiful alright. My hubby would love it, the skiing, the snow... I hope he's even remember to send me a postcard, because I'll be somewhere tropical and warm... I'm already tired of winter and it hasn't even officially started!

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  18. WOW, I like to ski; but I've never thought about going to Argentina to do it. Cool idea.
    Thanks for information.
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  19. Argentina is nice place to spend holiday, it's also a heaven for football fanatics. Just wonder, can Argentinian speak and listen to English well?

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  20. One of the places that are on our list is Argentina. I didn’t know too much about this place and I even didn’t know that they also have snow in there until I found this website, ArgentinaSki.com. Then, it became one of the most interesting places that we really want to go. We have seen a lot of “tourism-related” TV show about Argentina, and all of them were just so amazing. Argentina is the second largest country is South America and contains a whole lot of incredible scenes and views such as the Puerto Moreno Glacier of Patagonia, Iguazu Falls of Litoral, and many more interesting spots and entertainment especially in the city of Buenos Aires.

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  21. Traduceri....you are so right. The more I've read about the area, the more enthralled I am.

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