Parque Nieve Farellones, Farellones

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Ski, play, relax, and adventure through some of Southern Chile's most attractive natural areas at Parque Nieve Farellones, an outdoor activity center offering a range of experiences to suit a diverse set of tastes and abilities. Set among impressive mountains and valleys, the park runs seasonal activities, including skiing, snowboarding, rappelling, and climbing, with instructional classes for beginners and plenty of challenges for experienced visitors. You can also find lots of more gentle activities here, with waterslides and heated pools, as well as a good set of onsite amenities, such as a bar and restaurant. Parque Nieve Farellones is just one of the many highlights you can arrange to see using our custom trip planner, Farellones Edition.
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  • We had a large group spend the day here. The ride up in a bus is quite the feat with all the hairpin turns but the views are amazing. We enjoyed the ski lifts, tubing, ziplining, and sledding. We ate ...  more »
  • It is a small village on the way to Valle Nevado, Just a few curves before that. Nothing fancy but very good for those that have never had opportunity skiing. Lots of teachers introducing groups to th...  more »
  • I was a bit shocked to find that Farellones charges $50 for a day pass but has lots of old installations (T bars) and lifts, as well as little slopes. In Switzerland, a ski pass can cost around $70 bu...  more »