The Andes mountain range has given Chile incredible snow landscapes. These are the 10 that you did not know and you have to see before dying.

Glacier Gray

It is probably the best known of the Chilean glaciers, because it is located inside the Torres del Paine national Park. This huge body of frozen water is part of the Southern Ice Fields, the third largest reservoir of fresh water on the planet. If you visit the park you can walk on its cold blocks of ice, know its caves and observe the wildlife that surrounds it.

  • Explorers Glacier

Located in the region of Aysén, almost 6 hours south of Coyhaique is the Valley of the Explorers, which in addition to showing evergreen forests, snowy peaks, waterfalls, and rivers, surprises its visitors with the impressive Exploradores Glacier. Get inside their caverns and enjoy a different adventure.

  • O'Higgins Glacier

Also known as Big Ventisquero, it surprises with its enormous size. It is one of the four largest glaciers in Patagonia with 820 km2 of surface and 45 km long that go from the Lautaro volcano to Lake O'Higgins. If you want to visit, you must take a boat from Villa O'Higgins.

  • Villarica Volcano

This is one of the most popular volcanoes in Chile. In its skirts are Pucón and Villarrica, cities recognized for their enormous offer of adventure tourism in the country. At 2,840 meters high, it is possible to visit it for trekking, mountaineering, skiing, and snowboarding.

  • Puyehue Volcano

In the region of Los Ríos  is the Puyehue Volcano, one of the many active volcanoes that our country has and owner of spectacular views of the Andes mountain range.

  • Reservoir El Yeso

Nearly 3 hours from Santiago is ,El Yeso Reservoir, a photogenic destination within Cajón del Maipo that impresses both during the day and under the stars.

  • Torres del Paine

The image of these iconic towers is probably the most characteristic of Chilean nature abroad. Located in the park of the same name, they can be seen from the base to which it is accessed from the Chilean camp, part of the circuit W.

  • Nevados de Chillán

Nevados de Chillán is the name of a volcanic complex made up of 18 volcanoes of the Cordillera de Los Andes. In its surroundings, there are the well-known ski resorts Nevados de Chillán and Termas de Chillán, as well as the Huemules del Niblinto and Ñuble parks.

  • Corralco

Located within the Malalcahuello National Park, in the region of Araucanía, this ski center enchants with its nature, its evergreen trees, its araucarias, its lakes and its wonderful views of volcanoes.

  • Portillo

The emerald lagoon that accompanies the snowy mountain range in Portillo, makes this ski center one of the most incredible in the country. Recognized worldwide since 1966, it stands out for its incredible views and steep slopes for all tastes.



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