Portillo is unlike any ski resort you will experience. Steep and deep, Portillo is located high in the Andes on the border of Chile and Argentina. With ski guest numbers limited, there are no lift lines and it’s common to be riding untracked powder day after day.
Valle Nevado soars high above the Santiago city skyline at 3000+ metres – a gateway to a Chilean winter playground combining luxury and world-class skiing. The resort’s unique position and high elevation creates a powder phenomenon whereby Valle Nevado often receives considerable more snow than nearby resorts.
Termas de Chillán ski resort lies amongst the volcanos in the Southern Andes of Chile. Renowned for tree skiing and huge areas of open terrain, Chillán is blessed with an average snowfall of 10.1 metres per season.
A freeride mecca, Las Leñas has quickly developed an international reputation for big mountain riding. Based out of Mendoza, Las Leñas is a must-ski destination.
Catedral Alta Patagonia is 20 minutes away from San Carlos de Bariloche. Catedral is known for deep powder, excellent tree skiing, and impressive views over the Andes and lake district.
Ski Arpa is South America’s only catskiing operation, approximately 100kms from Santiago. With little infrastructure, no accommodation & no lifts, ‘resort’ isn’t the best description; rather a powder playground for the serious skiers and boarders.
Packing a huge amount of vertical compared to its neighbours, La Parva has it all, from steeps chutes & cliffs to long perfectly groomed trails. La Parva sits at 2,650m above sea level and peaking at 3,630m is about 40 kms from Santiago, with 14 lifts accessing 421 hectares of terrain; 30 trails range from beginner to expert; many providing a direct view of the Santiago city skyline.