Regardless of whether you have just started skiing or you have been doing it for years, it’s common to get withdrawal symptoms when the season ends. After all, once winter is over and all of the snow has melted away, it’s simply a question of waiting until the weather turns once more towards the end of the year, and then you can get back out there on the slopes again.
But of course, in such situations you may think that the only place where it may be possible to ski all year round is at an artificial ski slope. However, there is one place in the world where skiers of all abilities can ski through the summer months without a care in the world – and that place is Chile.
The Portillo Ski Centre is perhaps the best priced of all the locations you could choose from, but the slopes here aren’t for the faint hearted. The Valle Nevado resort would be more suitable for beginners, and the ski school on site offers great value lessons with highly experienced instructors. However, it is quite common for many first timers to pick the Termas de Chillan resort; mainly because it also offers spa facilities. Indeed, this can prove ideal for relaxing those aching muscles at the end of the day.
Chile is a long, thin country which has the Andes Mountains running virtually the whole length of its right hand side. And it is these mountains which make skiing in the summer perfectly possible in this part of the world.
Chile also has the advantage of not being that well known among many skiers. In fact, many are known to enjoy the winter ski season and then head off on a hot summer holiday beach destination during the warmer months of the year. That leaves the delights of the Andes Mountains for you to explore – if you are up for this sensational experience, of course. And depending on what part of Chile you visit, it is also possible to experience the warm and sunny side of the country too.
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