Ski Retreats

Ski Retreat in Chile with Ian MacIntosh – Just Announced!
August 10th -17th 2019

Imagine waking up to this every morning – falling out of your door, ready to ski on the second largest mountain range in the world, the magnificent Andes!

Imagine being on a ski retreat waking up to this every morning – falling out of your door, ready to ski on the second largest mountain range in the world, the magnificent Andes!

We don’t know about you but it’s hard making it through the summer and autumn months without snow, well now you don’t have to. Join us as we embark on an adventure to Chile, South America, home to the condor, the world’s largest bird, natural hot springs, skiable volcano’s and delicious Chilean wine.  This is a ski retreat where you can truly get away and explore.

The skiing opportunities are endless in this stunning, unspoiled haven, we’ll ski the Three Valleys (La Parva, El Colorado & Valle Nevado) only 45 mins from Chile’s capital Santiago. Then head south to Nevados de Chillean to ski epic terrain, heli ski, cat ski and ski a volcano!! The views whilst skiing are breathtaking and sometimes it’s a challenge to keep your eyes on the piste.

Rachel has been traveling to Chile for 4 years for Freeride competitions and training camps and is desperate to share this experience with others.  Check out the video of her skiing the famous The Chimney at La Parva below.
Let’s make next summer one you won’t forget!
This ski retreat is for keen skiers. Heli skiing, cat skiing and ski touring are available options.
For further information on this ski retreat please contact Rachel +44 (0) 7710566530 or email rachel@uthriveltd.com

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