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SkiTotal, Santiago

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TripAdvisor
  • The impression of all 12 people on this trip: Very poorly organized. 90 minute delay in morning pick up from hotel; 2 hours getting equipment rental; 1 hour putting chains on vehicle on the way up; dr...  more »
  • My skis were in a locker at Valle Nevado and we couldn't get them because of a strike that blocked the road. Domingo and Sebastian gave up their own time to get the skis and bring them back to the cit...  more »
  • We took SkiTotal vans to and from our hostel in Farellones and it made for an easy trip. SkiTotal picked us up basically on time both ways, and really hustled to get everyone to the mountain as quickl...  more »
Google
  • A good store to rent ski, snowboard or any snow equipment. They do the transfer to the places in mountain that has the facilities to enjoy the snow. It has good prices.
  • They will take you to the hill and set you up with equipment for snowboarding and skiing... They even have small bits for breakfast while you wait for the transport to take off.
  • Perhaps the most reliable of ski transport companies in Santiago. I don't think the hotel pickup option is worth the extra money. Better to get take the metro (or an Uber) to their offices. Once there, you have to wait in line to get on another transport anyways, and when you get dropped off at the end of the day, depending on where you live, you are carted all around Santiago while everyone is dropped off which can add an extra hour or two to your trip with traffic.
  • Pricy but with an excellent service
  • The teacher from the beginners class was awful he spend the class flirting with a couple of girls that already had experience skiing so the beginners were left out ... Bottom line I didn't even learn how to break in ski :( and at top the teacher told me I shouldn't try to learn skiing. :( I lost 128.000 CLP