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Tierra del Fuego 7-day guided ski tour

Tierra del Fuego has the best lines, scenery and ski descents for those who love ski touring. Join Sebastian, a local AAGM guide, on this 7-day backcountry skiing trip!

Mountain RangeAndes
Duration7 days
Offer periodJun, Jul, Aug, Sep, Oct
Skill LevelIntermediate
Fitness LevelOpen to everyone
Type of tripNot specified


Spend 7 days in the best southerner spots to ski that Tierra del Fuego has for you. The stunning tree lines, landscapes, mountains and woods make Tierra del Fuego’s surroundings a unique place for backcountry skiing.

As you may know, Tierra del Fuego is the southernmost province in Argentina and is therefore called “the end of the world”. Its large slopes offer us backcountry itineraries for all levels of skiers.

Some of the best places where we will go during this 7-day expedition are:

  • The Olum valley,
  • Mount Alvear,
  • Martial glacier
  • Cerro Bonete

You can find the complete day-by-day itinerary at the end of this page. It is also a perfect trip for expert skiers in search of exploring the Fuegian Mountains with boards. Anyway, all my tours are adequate to each guest. I can plan an adventure according to your fitness level and expectations.

Finally, let me tell you that if you don’t have too much time in Tierra del Fuego I can offer this one-day ski tour. That way you will at least visit the main skiing spots of the area.

So, are you coming to Tierra del Fuego next winter? Get in touch with me as soon as possible. Let’s plan your perfect adventure in this backcountry skiing paradise!


More info

Not included: Skiing equipment (Rental of complete equipment USD 40 per person)

Meeting point





Day 1: Ushuaia

Arrival in Ushuaia. Transfer to your hotel accommodation. Team briefing and equipment check.


Day 2: First ski touring day

From the hotel we will go to Cerro Castor, where we’ll put our skis on and enjoy some ski touring itineraries on its north, west and east sides. Return to the hotel.


Day 3: Martial Glacier

Today it’s time to backcountry ski in the Martial Glacier. Return to the hotel.


Day 4: Olum’s Hut

Hotel and transfer to the Olum’s Hut, where we will ski around the valley and spend the night at the hut.


Day 5: Cerro Bonete and Esmeralda Lagoon

From the Olum’s Hut we will do some ski touring in the Cerro Bonete and around the Esmeralda Lagoon. Back to the hut.


Day 6: Alvear Edge

From the Olum’s Hut we will reach the Alvear Edge. More ski touring in the Olum Valley and back to the Olum’s Hut, where we will have the farewell meal.


Day 7: Submarino Valley - Airport

Ski on the Submarino Valley (optional only if your flight leaves in the afternoon). Transfer to the airport and end of the program.

About the guide

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Mountain Guide, GEM-AAGM Ski Guide, UIMLA, AIARE level 2 from Argentina.

I was born and live in Ushuaia, the southernmost city in the world! I've been skiing since I was 2 years old, and competed as a ski athlete in a Nordic ski and Biathlon world ski championships, world cups and in the winter Olimpic Games Torino 2006

In 2007 I retired from professional competitions to focus on my guiding career. I trained on rock, ice and mixed climbing skills as well as guiding techniques and became a mountain guide in 2011 at the Argentinean Mountaineering Guides Association (AAGM). In 2017 I completed the guiding courses to become also a certified Ski Mountain Guide GEM-AAGM.

I've done a large number of technical climbs at the Darwin Range and Patagonia while many of those are new lines

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Prices per person

Group of 1

USD 2784 each

Group of 2

USD 1856 each

Group of 3

USD 1856 each

Group of 4

USD 1856 each

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Price includes

- Guiding fee

- Accommodation

- Transport during the trip

- Personal Insurance

- Meals: Breakfast, Dinner

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