Chilean Ski Adventure
With seven days and multiple ski resorts to choose from, making a decision can be the hardest part. Luckily we’ve narrowed it down for you so your seven days are ski-packed and include the best of the best. Whether you are an experienced skier/snowboarder or just breaking in your snow legs, this trip is geared for all ability levels. In addition to seven days of skiing and riding we will spend time exploring Chilean culture with a hacienda stay and of course trying a few Chilean wines.
Arrive at Santiago International Airport and start your journey by heading south through the Chile wine country. You will end your travels around mid-day at Casa Bouchon. Curl up by the fire with a glass of wine or relax in their extra-large wine barrel hot tub.
Departing from Casa Bouchon you will be transferred two hours south to Nevados de Chillan resort. Ski and/or ride at Nevados de Chillán where lava flows from the neighboring volcano have formed unique pistes, bowls, and natural half pipes. Enjoy excellent snow conditions and little to no lift lines by day and take a soak in the naturally formed hot springs come evening. Return to Santiago on Day 4 and spend the night in the city.
Leaving Santiago after breakfast, you’ll be transferred approximately two hours east to the Tres Valles region which offers the largest skiable area in Chile, with over 6,180 acres of in-bound terrain. The Valley’s name refers to the three resorts Valle Nevado, El Colorado and La Parva. Of course we will try all of them!
Get in a few last morning runs before saying farewell. You will be transferred back to Santiago in time for your flight or on to your next adventure.