There are 28 runs, with some of these being connector runs between longer runs. The cerro (hill) comprises almost 1500 acres (600 hectares) and has a drop of 2600 vertical feet. The runs are labeled in ascending order as green, blue, red, and black, which may be confusing to those used to the system used in the United States.
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