A part of the City of Villa La Angostura, ever since its inauguration in 1978, Mount Bayo has been one of the most exclusive ski resorts in Argentinian Patagonia.
Surrounded by forests and featuring a particular view of Lake Nahuel Huapi, this ski resort lies minutes away from the mountain village and offers around 200 hectares for the practice of almost all ski variables, among which downhill stands out.
Mount Bayo is ideal both for beginners and advanced skiers, who can enjoy over twenty trails and lifts to make the most of the resort on the different hillsides.
It goes beyond saying that accommodation and gastronomy at Villa La Angostura are excellent. Services and ski merge to guarantee the perfect winter season.
How to Get There: It is located 9 kilometers away from Villa La Angostura and just 6 from National Route 231, which is part of the famous 7-Lake Road. Teniente Luis Candelaria International Airport, in San Carlos de Bariloche, is reached by plane. 85 kilometers stand between the airport and the village, which may be covered by taxi or bus.
Season: June to late September.
Activities: Downhill ski, snowboarding, off-piste.
Services: Gastronomy, equipment rental, ski and snowboarding school, daycare, snow garden, parking and security.
In Villa La Angostura:
Ski Center - Villa La Angostura C.P. (8407) - Pcia. del Neuquén
Tel.: (54 294) 449-4189
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