From the Midwest of the country to the last portion of land in the province of Tierra del Fuego, Argentina opens its doors from June to early September to thousands of skiers from all over the world. Protected by the Andes mountain range, in Argentina you will find the most varied plans to enjoy extraordinary backcountry skiing experiences with the best local guides. Ski in Mendoza: home of Aconcagua, the highest peak in the world outside the Himalayas. Descend through the adrenaline-filled slopes of the Neuquén volcanoes. Make incredible turns in Baguales and in the Nahuel Huapi National Park in Bariloche, or go further south in search of great memories in the Perito Moreno Glacier, the Ice Cap Field, Ushuaia and even the Antarctic area, crossing the Drake Passage. There is no doubt that in Argentina there are backcountry skiing options for everyone! Take your pick from our selection of guided tours below.
Backcountry Skiing in Bariloche
Cerro Catedral Backcountry Skiing
Backcountry Skiing in Ushuaia
Backcountry Skiing in Las Leñas
Backcountry Skiing in Mendoza
Backcountry Skiing in El Calafate
Backcountry Skiing in Araucania
Backcountry Skiing in El Chaltén
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Backcountry Skiing in San Martin de los Andes
Backcountry Skiing in Río Negro
What should I know about Backcountry Skiing Argentina?
Comfort and friendliness, features of Argentina
Why should I choose Argentina for my Backcountry Skiing adventure?
What can I expect from the weather in Argentina?
The north of the country is warmer than the south, where there are snowfalls during most of the winter, from June to August. The climatic conditions near the Andes are windy and dry. As we move away from there, the weather becomes wetter and rainier, especially in autumn, from March to June.
Which language is predominantly spoken in Argentina?
What currency is accepted in Argentina?
How can I get to Argentina?
There are international airports in almost all the provinces of the country. The most frequent and direct connections are in Buenos Aires, from where you can connect with the rest of the country through flights that do not exceed 3 hours.
What’s the country code of Argentina?
What’s the high season for Backcountry Skiing in Argentina?
June to September
Merlin is a very experienced mountaineering guide. It was a great trip. We can recommend him very highly.
Trip of a lifetime! Merlin is great the setting is spectacular and we were blessed with perfect snow and bluebird skies. Couldn't ask for more.
Genial !! Merlin es un súper profesional, lo pasamos muy bien esquiando . Pudimos disfrutar hasta del Fitzroy bajo el Sol.
Nos lo pasamos de maravilla esquí Cerro Vespignani con Merlin! Él hizo un gran llamado a ir a Cerro Vespignani con el clima de incertidumbre que tuvimos. Mientras los vientos eran altas durante el comienzo del día se asentaron y nos permitió a la cumbre de la montaña y esquí todo el. A pesar de las fechas finales de temporada (noviembre 12) Merlin fue mentalizados para llevarnos a esquiar. Sus conocimientos de la zona realmente pagado y convertido este día a una experiencia inolvidable! Recomiendo encarecidamente visitar el montañismo Patagonia y tener Merlin como su guía lo que sea aventuras favorito su mente!
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