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Cerro Batea Mahuida

Imagen: Jorge González

Ski resort sheet

4 slopes
Tracks map
3 KM. skiable
0snow cannons
2 lifts
1 carpet lift
0 chairlift
1 button lift
0 cable car
0 gondola lift
1650 - 1740 M. ski resort altitude
25 - 25 Price of ski pass day/adult
0 KM. Distance to airport
disabled access

Batea Mahuida is located in the Andes mountain range, about 200 miles away from the city of Neuquén, 932 miles south from Buenos Aires and on the Argentina-Chile border, where it mixes with the mapuche culture.

“Batea Mountain”, translated from its original mapuche name, offers the usual winter sports and activities to its users: nordic and downhill skiing, snowmobile rides and hikes across the araucaria forests with snow shoes.

It also has a sweet shop where visitors can taste traditional products such as the “piñón” and take a look at mapuche craftmanship. Batea Mahuida’s name slope, named Monkol after the spot where it is located, has a total lenght of 700 meters and its highest point is 1700 meters high.