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ADV Ski Chile 7 Volcanoes

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CLIMB & SKI FROM THE SUMMIT OF 7 VOLCANOES

Ski Chile 7 Volcanoes Adventure is designed for those that have skiing and adventure as their top priority. This breath-taking 2 week trip combines unique ski experiences with the option of skiing from the summit of 7 volcanoes in 6 destinations, spanning the magnificent Lake and Volcano district of Southern Chile. This is a bespoke programme for adventurous skiers that truly reflects the culture and uniqueness of this fascinating country.

It's a trip for those that want to maximise their skiing experiences. We’ve opted for local ‘cabin’ accommodation and contracted in our own chef to accompany us throughout the trip making sure that skiing and adventure remains the number one priority whilst keeping costs down. This is spectacular skiing and scenery at its very best.


Skiing Level
Ski Chile is designed for competent off-piste skiers. (Snoworks Levels 5, 6 & 7). The whole object of the trip is to summit and ski from the top of 7 volcanoes. Ski as much off-piste as possible. see as much of Chile as we can and integrate into the local community.


"My skiing experiences with Snoworks have always exceeded expectations but this 14 day trip to Chile has been (literally) the icing on the cake! The scenery is spectacular, the hospitality overwhelming, the culture utterly fascinating and so different with the skiing in a class of its own.

If the skier inside you has a passion for exploration, I thoroughly recommend a Snoworks Adventure. It truly is a trip of a lifetime.
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Steve Lees
| Horsham, W Sussex

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