Cerro Catedral, in the Black River Province, Argentina, is one of the mountains and ski resorts in the country and the region. It is just over 19 kilometers from the city of Bariloche, one of the most symbolic tourist sites in Argentina and possessor of beautiful landscapes.
The northwest side of the mountain has been developed to exploit skiing, a sport that has enabled the development of hotels, food structures and a culture doomed to service and tourism, building on the excellence of the landscapes and traditions of Argentina.
The ski center Antonio Lynch was founded in 1936, when representatives of the National Parks Administration conducted studies to locate a ski resort in Bariloche. In 1938 he had already built several roads, a cable car, a restaurant and a bakery, and by 1965 opened the first chairlift.
During the winter Cerro Catedral is one of the most visited tourist centers in the province of Black River and has the larger complex and developed the South American continent, with 600 acres of snow, 210 km of pistes and 39 lifts capable of raising 35,000 skiers per hour.
But not only is an ideal place for sports, skiing and snowboarding, but also dominates the cuisine at the resort, with more than 21 hostels spread between the base of the hill and the summit. Traditional foods, fast food, Italian food, restaurants and cafes that invite travelers to stop and eat and enjoy the snowy landscape of Cerro Catedral.