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Welcome to Cerro Catedral

Cerro Catedral

One of Argentina's most notable ski resorts, Cerro Catedral is located in the Nahuel Huapí National Park in Patagonia, just 8 miles (13 km) from the picturesque city of Bariloche in the majestic Andes Mountain Range. The stunning resort offers breathtaking views over the Nahuel Huapi Lake and the gateway city of Bariloche, famous for its trekking, climbing, chocolate and natural pristine beauty.

No other Argentinean ski area rivals Bariloche in nightlife, dining out or entertainment and, with 600 hectares (1,482 acres) of skiable snow area, 57 runs of varying difficulties and 27 chairlifts, Cerro Catedral offers some of the best skiing facilities in South America. Bariloche features a great airport making getting to Cerro Catedral a quick and easy process - perfect for families travelling with kids.

Information & Facts

Spanish is the official language of Argentina but English is understood in the tourist areas.

The Argentinean Peso (ARS) is divided into 100 centavos. The recent devaluation of the Peso has made Argentina more affordable for travellers but there is still much economic uncertainty and travellers are advised to keep an eye on the exchange rate. Currency can be exchanged at banks and cambios(bureaux de change) but it is easier to use ATMs, available in most urban towns, which reflect the current exchange rate. Credit and debit cards are generally accepted, and US Dollars and Euros are normally taken everywhere, but some international cards place limits on transactions. Cirrus cards sometimes aren't accepted. There can be problems using travellers cheques in rural areas, although most banks in major cities should accept them. It's best to take travellers cheques in US Dollars to avoid additional exchange rate charges.

Local time in Argentina is GMT -3.

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