Torchlight Descent at Cerros in the Patagonia Argentina

Cerro Bayo

Patagonia Argentina

Throughout the season takes place the show that illuminates the main track and brings together dozens of visitors at the Patagonia Argentina.

Ski School organizes this event amazed by the coordination of movement and dexterity in the fall.

Doorstep, spectators will enjoy tastings with live Dj.

Season 2014

The 2014 season dawns with a significant expansion of the ski area of ​​over 60% in Cerro Bayo. New tracks are incorporated and Provincial backcountry. In this context, Cerro Bayo becomes the only ski resort with signaling backcountry.

Other events at The traditional torchlight parade

In the Cerro Castor was conducted under the watchful eyes of hundreds of people who joined the activities of Cerro Castor. They were part of the event more than 80 skiers who delighted the audience with the staging of the traditional event. Activities began, from 17, in The Parrots, a participatory way with the iconic torch, which could reflect the wide range of winter activities such as skiing, dog sledding, snowmobiling and downhill skiing .
On Cerro Castor, attendees enjoyed hot chocolate and a music show waiting for the descent of the sun and the festival that began after 1730, when the participants reached the crossing with the torch. Instructors Ski and Snowboard School Cerro Castor Club Andino Ushuaia and were responsible for the iconic torch down, thus starting the winter season 2013 After a few words by Juan Carlos Begue, head of the Cerro which demonstrated the commitment every year to keep skiers, the party ended with a stunning fireworks and cheers from people who might witness the official opening on Cerro Castor. With over 30 inches of snow at the base, 40 inches again at elevation 480 and 55 inches at the summit, the mountain has the best conditions for the passion for snow skiing and snowboarding. Among the activities that will be later this season stand out on August 5 Peaceful Day, August 11: Children’s Day and on 23 and 24 August, the Snowpolo, among others.

Cerro Castor

Cerro Castor is the southernmost ski center in the world. It opened in 1999, is located 26 km from the city of Ushuaia, at 195 meters above sea level and a peak at 1057 meters. The Hill has 30 tracks with different difficulty levels, 11 lifts, 1 snowpark, 1 field for beginners and backcountry, especially in an area of ​​over 650 skiable acres. It also has wide network of artificial snow, snow to the base ensuring all season. Being the southernmost resort on the planet, has characteristics that make it unique as it concentrates the best quality snow country and South America.

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