Situated in the mountainous Tres Valles area, which is also home to El Colorado and Valle Nevado, La Parva offers high-alpine skiing in the heart of the Andes Mountains.
With condors soaring overhead and a variety of black-rock-lined bowls and chutes, it’s no wonder that Valle Nevado attracts skiers from around the globe.
The high alpine terrain at Portillo, which includes the famous 5,000-foot Super C couloir, trickles down to a crystal clear lake, and is accessed by about a dozen chair and surface lifts.
El Colorado’s cone shape–wide open runs that fan out from the top–provides 46 miles of high-alpine skiing expanding to almost a full 360 degrees around the mountain for spectacular views of the Andes.
Take your South American ski experience to the next level by skiing bowls, gullies and natural halfpipes on the flanks of three active volcanoes in the central Andes region of Chile.
Santiago has virtually reinvented itself during the past decade, and what was formerly a smoggy, sleepy backwater is now a thriving, entertaining metropolis that begs for at least a one-day visit.
Ancient but modern, calm but bustling, elegant but messy: Buenos Aires is a land of contrasts and a perfect blend of European beauty and Latin flare.
Advanced and expert skiers will find an abundance of in-bounds terrain to get the adrenaline pumping and gloriously gladed tree-skiing down low.
A high-end ski village in the Central Andes, Las Leñas is isolated from larger towns and sits at the gateway of a high altitude valley with towering peaks as far as the eye can see.
One of the most stunning villages in South America, the northern Patagonian town of Cerro Catedral is nestled between massive peaks and a beautiful glacier-fed lake.