Ski Portillo is one of the best ski resorts for intermediate skiers in Chile, South America, with many intermediate slopes from gentle to more challenging, but almost all are mogul free. At Portillo all of the slopes have stunning views of the rocky peaks as well as ever-changing views of the Lake of the Inca. Intermediate skiers will find a delightful ski experience from gentle terrain to more exhilarating runs with soft snow and uncrowded slopes, more often-than-not with brilliant blue skies and sunshine.
Ski Portillo offers wonderful views of the Chilean Andes mountain range, welcoming guests from around the world for Chile skiing. The high elevation and rugged geography of the Andes mountains provides incredible ski terrain, above treeline with frequent storms that deliver up feet of soft snow. The international scene with guests from around the world only adds to the overall friendly and relaxed environment.
Portillo, Chile offers incredible skiing, easily accessible from resort lifts. Depending on the snow levels and stability, zones that would be considered “backcountry” skiing become available. This turns the mountain into a giant playground that is as big as your imagination and ability to find the secret spots.
Portillo’s terrain is a playground of endless possibilities for advanced and expert skiers. With some of the steepest ski slopes in the Andes Mountains as well as chutes and bowls that fill with powder snow during storms, advanced skiers will fall in love with the variety of options and quality of terrain available to them.
|Altitude at the hotel||2.800m|
|Skiable terrain:||500 hectar / 35 pistas|
|Longest ski run||2.456m|
|Climate||80% days of sunshine|
|Annual average snow fall||5.10m|