Cerro Castor is the result of a family project brought to life on July 9th, 1999, when it first opened to the public.

There have been many changes throughout these 15 years of hard work. At first, Cerro Castor only had 3 ski lifts with four seats each, 1 platter or Poma lift, 15 trails and a shelter facility at the bottom. Today, it has various facilities and has grown much but it keeps its old days essence. Thanks to the joint effort of many people, today, this mountain has lifts for all ski levels, lodging at the bottom, 7 restaurants to enjoy a meal and the landscape of Tierra del Fuego from various spots, but, above all, it still has its one-of-a-kind snow quality.


Cerro Castor is located 26 km from the city of Ushuaia, Argentina over Route No. 3, Km 26 readily accessible through a fully paved road.

It is the most exclusive Argentinean ski resort. As it is the southernmost tourist spot on earth it has characteristics that render it unique and different. Skiing at Cerro Castor means to enjoy the best snow quality, due to the mountain orientation (south mountain slope) and its extreme location (parallel 54º, similar to Moscow in the northern hemisphere). In winter season, the most common and safe way to arrive at the city of Ushuaia is by plane. It will only take you three hours and twenty minutes to reach this paradise from Buenos Aires by regular daily flights. You can also take charter flights from Brazil.

The resort is located 26 km from the international airport of Ushuaia, Capital City of Tierra del Fuego, which means you can access a unique place in only a few minutes.

For more information on flights and air ticket promotions, contact:

Aerolíneas Argentinas
0810-222-VOLAR (26527)

Lan Argentina