Cerro Bayo

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Cerro Bayo
View of the Nahuel Huapi Lake from the summit of the Cerro Bayo
View of the Nahuel Huapi Lake from the summit of the Cerro Bayo
LocationNeuquen, Patagonia, Argentina
Nearest cityVilla La Angostura, 9 kilometres (5.6 mi)
Top elevation1782
Runs25 – 14 kilometres (8.7 mi)
Verde.png  Green – 3
Azul.png  Blue – 7
Solid red.png  Red – 9
Negro.png  Black – 6
Longest run6 km
Lift system2 Gondola lift
6 Chairlifts
2 T-bar lifts
3 Magic carpets
1 Ski tows
2 Conveyor belts
Lift capacity6,890 /hour
WebsiteCerro Bayo

Cerro Bayo is a mountain of the Andes range located 9 km from the town Villa La Angostura, Neuquén Province, Argentina, within the Valdivian temperate rain forests, in an area with numerous lakes. The mountain hosts a ski area with 25 runs and 16 lifts. In 2007, the 2nd South American Ski Mountaineering Championship was carried out on the Cerro Bayo.

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