Explore the main peninsula and outermost edge of this forbidding continent on your splitboard. Enjoy skinning up coastal mountains – or the highest peak on the continent – before combining the board and shredding back down to the sea!
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Antarctica was the world’s last discovered and is its least populated, polluted and explored continent. Heading here for a splitboarding adventure is a once-in-a-lifetime experience.
While only a small portion of the massive and glaciated continent is available for exploration, there is still plenty to see. Heading up the aforementioned Mount Vincent is among the most popular. The trip takes between 10 days and two weeks and is quite an experience. Skin to the top of the continent before plunging back down on your connected snowboard.
For those looking for an even more intense challenge and to go where few others have gone before, some guides offer kite splitboarding programs to the south pole. The trip is extremely difficult, fairly dangerous and takes 20 days.
Still for adrenaline junkies and avid adventurers, it is the ultimate challenge. Having only been reached 108 years ago, there is still no easy way to get to the southpole, which is why arriving on a splitboard is among the best ways to go it.
During the summer months, which is the only time when it is possible to visit Antarctica, average daily temperatures are generally between -20°C and -5°C. Snowstorms are also not uncommon during the summer
Most trips to Antarctica will begin with a flight into Presidente Carlos Ibáñez del Campo International Airport (PUQ) in Punta Arenas, Chile. From here guides will arrange transport via seaplane to Antarctica.
Most trips are priced in US dollars or Euros.
December to February
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