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Join Juan, a local and IFMGA certified mountain guide, on an epic 3-day ski tour adventure to Refugio Jakob in Bariloche.
Explore the best off-piste slopes in the Bariloche area
Learn from a local expert mountain guide
Stay two nights in a traditional mountain refuge
Come with me on a ski tour to a historic mountain hut, or refuge, in Bariloche. We’ll spend three days skiing in beautiful northern Patagonia and staying in the mountains.
The hut is actually called Refugio General San Martín, however, it got the name Refugio Jakob due to the lake with the same name that is situated close to the refuge.
The day before the trip begins we’ll meet briefly to discuss the activity and to check over your equipment. We want to make sure you have everything you need for the three days.
On the first day, we’ll first make our way to Cerro Cathedral before continuing on to the refuge. We’ll base ourselves there over the next couple of days and explore all the different slopes in the area. In the evenings we’ll be able to enjoy nice warm food and make the most of the hut’s modern installations.
On the last day of the trip, we’ll take the best route home according to the weather.
Don’t miss your chance to spend three days ski touring in North Patagonia. Request to book now and you won’t regret it.
You should also check out my 4-day ski tour further south in El Chalten for more adventures on your trip to Patagonia.
We’ll meet bright and early and head to Cerro Catedral ski area to use their chairlifts. We’ll then ski down the Valle del Rucaco before going up again to the refuge.
We’ll start day two with a great breakfast. Then we’ll hit the slopes. We have all kinds of different slopes to play around on close to the refuge.
Some of the areas we’ll visit include the stunning lake Laguna los témpanos, paso Schweizer and Cerros Constructores and Cela. The second part of day two will involve a nice afternoon tea then a warm meal.
On this day we’ll head back to Bariloche, choosing the best route.
IFMGA/UIAGM guide from Argentina.
I’m trekking guide since 2009, and became fully IFMGA certified in 2014.
I’ve climbed in many destinations in the Andes in Argentina, and also in Perú, Brasil, France, Spain, Italy and Austria.
I work together with two other colleagues and friends, Indio and Tomás, who are also IFMGA. So if I’m not available to guide you, one of them can do it.
The three of us live in El Chalten, where we practice our profession and develop our passion for climbing and skiing. And we want to share it by opening the doors to all those who want to live their Patagonian experience in a safe and unforgettable way.
We are also committed to mountain training. Therefore, we can give you the basic tools to move in the mountain safely and smoothly. That's why we offer courses for all levels depending on the terrain you want to train. We give lessons of rock climbing, ice climbing, glacier transit and mountain skiing.
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Juan is a knowledgable, personable and strong guide. Cerro Solo is a great short peak for those wishing to hone their skills. Campsite is beautiful