Splitboarding in Chile

Spend unique days in Chile and explore its extensive geography parallel to the Andes with your splitboard.

Enjoy some great splitboarding in the active Chilean volcanoes of Lonquimay, Tolhuaca, Llaima, Villarrica or Lanin, very close to Pucón. If you prefer more touristic spots, you can not miss the ski resorts of Farollones or Portillo, a few kilometers from Santiago. Take a look at this selection of splitboarding trips offered by certified local guides in Chile.  
 
 
 
 
 

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There are many reasons for choosing Splitboarding in Chile

It is a country with hundreds of volcanoes, some of them active, so it is quiet easy to find good tracks to ski. In addition, there are amazing ski resorts on their slopes, such as the majestic Osorno Volcano, in southern Chile. Enjoying some splitboarding on an active volcano is a once in a lifetime experience

 

Good to know:

Country code

+56

Language

Spanish

Best time to visit

To fully enjoy the snow you should visit Chile from early June to mid-September

Currency

The official currency is the Chilean peso, although you can use dollars. Debit or credit cards are also accepted everywhere. You can extract Chilean pesos from an ATM

How to get there

The best option is to get to the international airport of Santiago de Chile and from there move to the area you want - There are many means of transport available. This airport has daily connections to the main capitals of the world

Weather

The climatic conditions in Chile vary according to the zone. If you are a skier or a splitboarder you will be interested to know that in the mountains, the weather is usually cold and humid, which generates huge ice fields. Arriving at the southern end, it is cold and windy, with permanent snow

More info about Splitboarding in Chile:

There is a long list of splitboarding places in Chile. The most popular are Portillo, La Parva, El Colorado, Farellones, Valle Nevado, and Termas de Chillán. For those looking for a more ‘natural’ experience, the infinity of volcanoes in Chile opens a range of opportunities for all levels and preferences. Lonquimay, Llaima, Villarica, Osorno and Casablanca are just some. After a challenging ascent, you’ll get to ski down some of the most amazing slopes and chutes you’ve ever experienced!

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