Caviahue Ski Resort

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Overview

Caviahue Ski Resort is located at the foot of the Copahue Volcano just inside the Copahue Provincial Park. The ski resort is known for its spectacular views of the Andes. Centro de Ski Cerro Caviahue is not just a great destination to ski but also a unique mountain getaway on the side of an active volcano.

At Caviahue, visitors can explore the Copahue Volcano, hot springs, and beautiful turquoise colored lakes. Other activities include snowshoeing, snowmobile rides and snow cat trips.

The Hotel Nevado is located at the base of the ski area. There are additional hotels and motels in nearby towns.

Terrain

Caviahue Ski Resort is known for having one of the longest ski seasons in the southern hemisphere. The terrain offers visitors a vast amount of off piste skiing and riding.

The ski resort has varied terrain suitable for all ability types. Much of the ski area cuts through a large Araucaria forest. The resort offers ski school and has great daycare facilities.

Backcountry touring is a popular activity at Caviahue. Skiers can skin up to the top of the Copahue Volcano crater.


Inside Scoop

Caviahue Ski resort has multiple on-mountain accommodation options. The resort also provides equipment rentals, a repair shop, a nursery, a ski school, and Snow Garden.

Additional on-site activities include adventure skiing, snowmobile rides, dog sledding excursions. Thermal baths are located at the base of the volcano.




Plan Your Trip

Caviahue Lodging

Best Time for Snow

Average Snowfall

18"
12"
8"
4"
0"
0.9"
Jun
9"
Jul
15"
Aug
2"
Sep
0"
Oct

Total Lifts: 13

1
Quad Chairs
3
Double Chairs
9
Surface Lifts

Elevation

6785'
Summit
1371'
Vertical Drop
5413'
Base

Important Dates

June 30, 20232023/06/30
Projected Opening
September 29, 20232023/09/29
Projected Closing
N.A.
Projected Days Open
N.A.
Days Open Last Year
22
Years Open
0"
Average Snowfall
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