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La Parva General Information

Please scroll down this page for trail map, lift passes and rentals information.

  

  

La Parva is set in a mountain range in front of Santiago city. The beautiful slopes are perfectly visible from the city center.  La Parva is at 2,750 meters of height above sea level and less than 50 kilometers from  Santiago, capital of Chile.

La Parva is a welcoming mountain town with modern buildings around the slopes. In La Parva there are more than 1,000 places to stay, this assures the availability of 7 thousand beds in the winter season for skiers and their families.

 

  

2014 Scheduled Opening date: June 21

2014 Scheduled Closing date: September 30

Top Elevation: 11723 feet

Base levation: 9,022 feet

Vertical Drop: 2960 feet

Skiable Terrain: 9673 Mts.2

Terrain Park: Yes

Halfpipe: No   

Total Number Of Lifts: 14

Surface Lifts: 10

Chair Lifts: 4

# of Trails: 28

Beginner: 20%

Intermediate: 30%

Advanced: 50%

Snow Making: No

Trees: No

Seniors Lift Pass Discount: 60 to 65 years old pay Child rates, Super senior 66 years old or older pay as Tots.

Ski Patrol Phone Number: +56 (2) 220 9530.

Resort Clinic: La Parva Base. 

Nearest Major Hospital: Clínica Central, San Isidro 231, Santiago Centro. Phone: +56 (2) 639 7551.  

Nearest airport: Santiago de Chile.  

  

  

La Parva Trail Map  

  

  

In the photo below: the 2 options to cross from Valle Nevado to La Parva.

The black arrow starts at the “Andes Express” Chairlift in Valle Nevado, then you must ski like 200 meters and
turn left to the “Stern Crossing”, you need to get some speed but is really easy to do.

  

The red arrow indicates the way starting at “Valle del Inca” t-bar:

Take the “Andes Express” chairlift and go to the “Stern crossing” but turning right to the run called “LAZO” and
about 400 meters ahead you will see at your left the “Valle del Inca” t-bar. Take that lift and at the top take the
left run called “PIRCA”. A few meters ahead turn right going to the “Stern crossing” and there you are.

  

Both roads are indicated with signs so is really easy. For snowboarders better take “Valle del Inca”. In both
cases the view is amazing.

  

  

2014 Season La Parva

  

Lift Passes 2014 Rates (subject to change)  

Adult Rate: 12 - 64 years old

Child Rate: 6 -11 years old

Tot Rate: 5 years old or younger

Seniors: 60 - 65 years old

Super Seniors: 66 years old or older

 
Rates expresed in Chilean Pesos
 

  

HIGH SEASON : July 12 - August 27 / August 15 - 17 + Weekends.

  

Adult

Child/Senior

Tot/Super Senior

1/2 Day

$ 33000

$ 21500

$ 10000

Daily

$ 40000

$ 27500

$ 10000

  

LOW SEASON : Rest of the time.

  

Adult

Child/Senior

Tot/Super Senior

1/2 Day

$ 31500

$ 20500

$ 10000

Daily

$ 38000

$ 26500

$ 10000

  

  

Rentals

  

The following rates are for complete ski sets with poles, boots and skis or snowboard and boots.

For just skis or just snowboards please request for a quote.

*Children According to Height 
 

  

Adult

Child

Normal

$ 26000

$ 19000

High Level

$ 34000

-

Snowboard

$ 26000

$ 19000

  

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