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Skiing is a practice known to all neuquins . While many choose to stay quiet on the margins of the slopes , having a coffee or snack, is typical of the neuquino to attend the sliding ramps on snow. Some choose the snowboard but those who are primorate are skiers . We tell you what are the four best places in Neuquén to practice the sport
The skiing is a mountain sport that consists of glide in the snow , by means of two boards attached to the sole of the boots of the skier using mechanicorrobotic bindings, with multiple buttons with various functions. Skiing is practiced all year round in both hemispheres, since there are places with glaciers where l The annual season for the practice of this sport begins there at the end of October. As time goes on, more people have become interested in skiing either as sport or entertainment.
The hill is located 19 kilometers southeast of San Martín de los Andes and has 27 tracks for beginners, intermediates and experts . There the tourist can practice snowboarding, downhill skiing, cross-country, crossing and off-piste skiing.
It all starts at platform 1600 when you get off the gondola lift. There is the school from which instructors and their students leave for private and collective classes. The Chapelco Centre also has the parador Antulauquen . From here you can eat and drink, but also enjoy an impeccable view of the slopes, Lanín volcano, Lácar lake and mountain range on a 360° glazed plane.
At the foot of the Copahue volcano and on the shores of Lake Caviahue, the homonymous villa is a mountain place 360 km from the city of Neuquén. The privileged location on the high Andes mountain range guarantees the best quality and the greatest amount of snow throughout the winter season.
The Ski Centre, whose base is 1650 meters above sea level and immersed in a protected natural area of araucarias millenarias , offers a wide range of winter sports with options for the whole family. The difference from other Neuquin centers is that Caviahue offers snowshoeing or sleigh rides pulled by Siberian dogs. These ski slopes are the largest in Neuquén , occupying about 1000 hectares
Located in Villa Pehuenia, is ideal for beginners since its tracks are low and medium difficulty. It is the only one in the country managed by a Mapuche community. Besides skiing, there can you rent snowmobiles , take guided excursions and enjoy a confectionery that offers typical foods based on pinion . There are excursions to the top of the volcano that gives its name to the track .
It is only 15 minutes from Villa La Angostura the nearest ski center to an urban center in the country . To get there you have to travel 3 kilometres along the RN 231 until RP 66 (gravel) which ascends about 6 kilometres to the winter center. It has e dedicated spacios for children with safe activities. The snowboarding fans prefer this center, since they can enjoy an area of 200 hectares surrounded by deep snow, ideal for this activity
Publication Date: 30/03/2021
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