Argentina Ski Resort
Keeping watch on beautiful San Martín de los Andes, Chapelco is a wonder of Patagonia, as it is one of the most delightful and panoramic ski resorts in Argentina.
Located at 1,980 meters of height, Chapelco has been considered a synonym for Argentinian and international ski, as its worldwide fame has reached the most remote sites, with visitors from all over the world coming along to its trails.
The impressive view of Lake Lácar, the silence of the lenga forests and the striking presence of the Lanín Volcano breaking the mountain range horizon make this place a unique option to practice winter sports.
- Minimum slope: 20º – maximum 45º
- Vertical drop: 2395.01 feet
- Altitude at highest ski point : 6496.063 feet
- Average annual snowfall : 20 feet
- Chance for beautiful weather : 80% sunny days
- Distance from Bariloche: 112.468 miles
All year activities
Ski from June
Winter days above 10 °C
How to get there?
From San Martín de los Andes, take National Route 234, bordering Lake Lácar, and then turn into National Route 19, and from there 5 more kilometers to get to the base of the mountain.
Just two hours from Buenos Aires, the “Aeropuerto Aviador Carlos Campos” known as “Chapelco airport” receives flights during the season and even charters programmed by tour operators from all over the country. This offers the possibility of making the most of your travel days, including weekend “getaways”.
Chapelco has trails for all levels, divided into:
- Beginners (25%)
- Intermediate (25%)
- Advanced skiers (30%)
- Experts (20%)
Chapelco offers the possibility of practicing various ski modalities: alpine, Nordic and randonee. Likewise, its trails are chosen by lovers of snowboarding, who display their skills in the four categories of this sport: half pipe, parallel slalom, big air and fun park, at the Snowboard park located at the end of the Graeff lift station, on the 1,700 platform.