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This mountain is great if you don't have a lot of skiing experience. It is not as tall as the cerro Catedral in Bariloche, but it is certainly not small. We got a private skii instructor for our family and he was sweet, patient, and...More
There is a lot of advertisements around Cerro Bayo in internet offering a brand new ski resort. It is not true, although it is quite quaint. The lifts are old and not so fast and the ski rental shops are precarious about helmets.
This is a great mountain to go to! The views are incredible, not many people, and very well kept. For a couple days of ski it is perfect, for longer periods not so much.
On the way up to the mountain there is a sign...More
Went the week BEFORE ski season, but there was still snow. The downside: not as many places to hike. The upside: sledding at the top of the mountain. You can bring your own sled, and they don't really have adult sleds, so it might be...More
We have been visiting Cerro Bayo as part of our Lake District Ski Week for many years. The location is easily accessible as a day trip from Bariloche, or as a destination if you want to stay in the quaint town of Villa La Angostura....More
We visited Cerro Bayo second week of September and we loved it. The staff, the rental team, the instructors (our little girl is in love with both of them), El Oso resto, the slopes and the views are amazing. If you want to ski and...More
Upper slopes were opened after several days of closures. Result: brand new powder that made for great skiing! Lower portions of the hill had little accumulations and snow was a little slushy. Most positive part was the fact that it was empty and there were...More