Not too expensive...! Good option for July trip instead of normal ski time during the end of the year holidays.
Without doubt one of my favorite one day hikes in the last nine months, the views from the top are fantastic but for me, you will be missing the best parts if you take a ski-lift return ticket so go one way (120 pesos as of 24 Jan 2014) and hike all the way round. To get there, you need... More
We arrived before 3 bus loads of tourists thank goodness as there is only one window open to buy tickets. Great views and worth the visit.
We visited the Cerro Catedral in August and our experience was just perfect! The weather, the snow and the town. The snow quality is very good and the mountain has trails for all levels. Plenty of intermediate trails, and the expert trails are nice and wide. Maybe better for ski then snowboard. We chose to rent all the equipment because... More
We visited the Catedral in the Spring after all the snow had melted. The gondola was still operating for trips to the summit for viewing. The panoramic views were awesome!
The place, the mountains, everything is beautiful but I didnt have fun in skiing.. I lost all morning trying and I just fell down, even with classes hahahhaa To walk with that heavy boots and the ski equipment in hands made my visit very tiring and boring hahahaha.. But its a very beautiful place!!!! I loved
Even now, in November, we could go up in the cablecar 1830 m and step on the snow. Great experience. There are very few people now, but in winter it's crowded with skiers. Don't miss it.
Planned to ski five days in August but because of high winds at the top of the mountain only skied three. But two of the three days were high voltage because we skied off piste where the better snow was. If you like skiing chutes, around rock gardens, and the steeps, do this. If you like groomed trails, there are... More
I had a great time here and never got bored with the great variety of trails. We also got lucky with a huge snow fall the night we arrived. Don't know if it is normal but the wind was crazy when we were here. Ripping through the canyons and even shut down the lifts for a while. Oh yeah! Everyone... More
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