CERRO CATEDRAL ski station and Gutierrez lake - Patagonia - Stock Image

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San Carlos de Bariloche, Cerro Catedral, Argentina - July 18, 2013: CERRO CATEDRAL ski station and Gutierrez lake - Patagonia Gutiérrez Lake (Spanish: Lago Gutiérrez) is a lake of the lake region of northern Patagonia, in Argentina. This lake has 16,4km2 and is connected to Nahuel Huapi Lake. CERRO CATEDRAL is a mountain located near San Carlos de Bariloche, within Nahuel Huapi National Park - Argentina. This mountain has one of the main SKI Resorts of South America, with 600 hectares of skiable surface divided into 53 well sign-posted trails of various difficulties, which reach 2.000 meters over sea level.
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Aerial view of CERRO CATEDRAL ski station and Gutierrez lakeat the background - Patagonia Argentina.

Gutiérrez Lake (Spanish: Lago Gutiérrez) is a lake of the lake region of northern Patagonia, in Argentina. This lake has 16,4km2 and is connected to Nahuel Huapi Lake.

CERRO CATEDRAL is a mountain located near San Carlos de Bariloche, within Nahuel Huapi National Park - Argentina. This mountain has one of the main SKI Resorts of South America, with 600 hectares of skiable surface divided into 53 well sign-posted trails of various difficulties, which reach 2.000 meters over sea level.
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