Hitch a ride on a helicopter deep into the Andean wilderness to explore quality slopes and capture spectacular scenery. The Andes runs along the length of Chile like a rugged spine which acts as a gigantic natural playground for outdoor enthusiasts. The impressive Maipo Valley lies at the heart of the Andes ad offers world-class powder snow. Visit in the winters months between June and September for ideal skiing conditions.
The state of Chile forms a long and narrow strip of land that stretches 2,653 miles north to south, and only averages 110 miles wide. To the north and northeast it borders Peru and Bolivia, to the east Argentina, the Drake Passage to the south and Pacific Ocean to the west. Its curious shape means Chile is home to an extraordinary variety of landscapes and climates, creating a rich natural playground for outdoor sportspeople.
High in the Andes of Chile temperatures are much cooler than the other regions of the country. You can divide the climate into two zones, the dry Andes of the north and the wet Andes of the south.
Visit in the winters months between June and September for ideal skiing conditions.
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