Simple fact; the most and the best skiing in the Southern Hemisphere.
An unforgettable combination of awe-inspiring mountains, Latin culture and some of the best untracked powder in the world. You'll find plenty to challenge in legendary,
In Chile you'll find world-class ski resorts and a well-established ski culture. They have the best off-piste. You'll find the most dramatic mountain scenery in Chile. And then there's the wine. There you go – six good reasons to seriously re-think your summer holidays! The ski resorts are perched up high in the Andes mountains and consequently there’s real drama involved here, from the spectacular hairpin-strewn approach roads to the awesome constant backdrop of towering peaks.
Ski Resorts in Chile
The Andes Mountains, which rise to create the border between Chile and Argentina are the reason you are here and, without any need for hyperbole, create extraordinarily impressive scenery. We tend to focus on the larger fully-fledged resorts in the central zone of Chile, where you’ll enjoy ease of access from Santiago, varied terrain and better accommodation.
The Ski Season
The ski season in Chile takes you through four months, from mid June until mid October. However, we emphatically promote August or September as the best time to travel due to the near-perfect snow conditions, blue skies and quieter slopes. July can be tricky because of the Chilean, Argentinean and (most notably) Brazilian national holidays; super-high prices, slopes packed with (poor) skiers and precious little availability at the hotels.