Awaken your senses to the spectacular scenery and fragrant mountain air of Valle Nevado on an exhilarating full-day excursion from Santiago. Enjoy a optional comprehensive ski or snowboard lesson from a certified professional then take to the slopes to soar and slalom from exhilarating elevations. Explore one of the Southern Hemisphere’s largest ski resorts and marvel at panoramic vistas from vertiginous vantage points on this adventurous tour. Valle Nevado day trip from Santiago Explore the mountain on your own or take a beginner ski or snowboard lesson Choose from 11 different lifts and more than 100 runs! Soak in the crisp mountain air and gorgeous scenery at one of Chile’s best ski resorts Perfect for beginners and experts alike.Explore the mountain on your own or take a beginner ski or snowboard lessonSoak in the crisp mountain air and gorgeous scenery at one of Chile’s best ski resortsChoose 11 different lifts and 100 runs
After hotel pick up in Santiago, sink back into the seat of your comfortable, air-conditioned minivan and enjoy the scenic sights of the journey to Valle Nevado. Arrive at the resort and absorb the arresting vision of dramatic snow-smothered slopes; greet your certified guide and begin your ski or snowboarding lesson.If you’re an experienced winter sportsperson, skip the lesson and head straight to the slopes to begin your icy adventure. If not, master the basics of snow sports with an expert instructor in small groups during a 1-2 hour lesson. Increase your confidence before soaring down the gentle incline of the beginner slopes, building up to conquer the selection of 11 lifts and 100 intermediate and advanced trails.Glide from exhilarating elevations of up to 2,658 feet (810 meters) on dense, powdery snow and a variety of terrains. Feel the winter sun warm your face as you discover the enchanting frozen landscape of the resort. Visit legendary slopes like Bossa Nova and El Shake, and venture to the resort’s impressive terrain park to try out boxes, jumps and quarter-pipes.Relax and revitalize during the journey back to Santiago, where the tour concludes.