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Argentina, known for tango, Malbec wine, Buenos Aires (the “Paris” of South America) and Patagonian gaucho culture, is also known as one of the world’s best ski destinations. Few countries on the planet can match Argentina’s formidable terrain and dry powder, and there are more than 10 winter sports ski resort destinations and extensive backcountry options to explore. Paired with a trip to ski Chile (Argentina’s next door neighbor), you have options to over a dozen additional Andes ski resorts.

As Latin America’s second-largest country, Argentina’s landmass is mammoth, encompassing the coastal Atlantic Ocean, undulating swaths of “pampa” grassland, and the eastern half of the rugged Andes Mountains, which cut a mighty range of snow-covered peaks and volcanoes from the epic resort Las Leñas to Cerro Castor resort in Ushuaia, Patagonia, the southernmost ski resort in the world.