The La Hoya Ski Center in the Chubut city of Esquel extended its season until October 16, so that its visitors “enjoy the best snow in Patagonia until the last day,” as Télam was informed.
According to what was reported from the Patagonian ski center, “the climate and powder snow conditions are ideal for lovers of skiing and snowboarding,” so La Hoya’s proposal is for its visitors to “take full advantage of winter.” .
For their part, the winter center’s ski school confirmed that they will continue to receive “those who want to learn a new sport or improve their technique with individual, semi-exclusive and group ski and snowboard classes.”
In addition, as in every winter, the outstanding mountain gastronomic offer offered by the Püdu La Hoya Coffee Shop at the base, El Zorro at 1,600 meters above sea level (masl) and El Refugio del Esquiador at 1,800 meters above sea level are maintained. .
This winter center offers various alternatives to also recreate in the snow in other ways in spring, including SnowScoot, “a unique discipline that combines the adrenaline of sliding down the slopes with the excitement of a bicycle,” they explained.
As well as “snowshoeing, on the Paseo de los Guanacos, enjoying the best views from the base to 1600 meters above sea level, sledding and ascents on lifts, are the options that the ski center has for pedestrians of all ages. ” they listed from the local press.
La Hoya is located 13 kilometers from Esquel, 1,430 meters above sea level and can be reached by car and is where the main facilities of the hill are located.
During the summer you can also visit this winter activity center to enjoy hiking, getting to know the nature of the area, traveling on the chairlifts and reaching the top to observe the majestic Andes Mountains.
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