Nevados de Chillán
Set far above tree-line in the Chilean Andes, Portillo offers an intimate, all-inclusive lodging, dining and apres-ski experience. 80% of its uncrowded, varied ski terrain is groomed daily and views include nearby Inca Lake and Mount Aconcgua, South America’s highest peak.
Valle Nevado ski resort is the largest winter resort in the Southern Hemisphere and features a choice of all inclusive lodging options . The combined 7,000 acre Tres Valles ski area will please beginners and intermediates and heli-skiing and backcountry access will appeal to the experts.
17,500 acres of skiing and 2,200 guests at one time means a lot of skiing with very few crowds. Famous for its expert terrain, the resort also boasts plenty of wide-open cruisers for beginners and intermediates, plus a good selection of lodging, dining, entertainment and other facilities.
Nevados de Chillán
This resort, also known as Termas de Chillán, enjoys 400+ inches of snow each season, above-treeline powder bowls, glades and South America’s longest trail. Don’t forget to take an apres-ski soak in the areas famous thermal pools. Choose from deluxe or budget lodging options.
Situated in northern Patagonia, Cerro Catedral is the largest lift served ski resort in South America, also featuring a true base village with a multitude of slope-side hotels, restaurants, shops and bars. Nearby Bariloche is a small and attractive city with a wide variety of lodging and entertainment options.
Opened in 2013 and situated on the Lonquimay Volcano in the Chilean Andes, Corralco offers a totally unique geography and a mix of inbounds and backcountry skiing terrain. Featuring one full service hotel, visitors take advantage of abundant snowfall and lack of lift lines
We’re not bragging. We just want you to know we have first hand experience of all our featured ski resorts and lodging properties. Go ahead, drop us a line and pick our brains. We’ll happily answer your questions until you’re 100% confident you’ve picked the perfect destination for your group.
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