The Ski Resort
Corralco Mountain Resort in the Malalcahuello-Nalcas National Park in Chile is a popular destination for anyone who loves to ski or snowboard. With an area of 1800 hectares, 29 ski slopes and six ski lifts, there is a run for everyone at the ski resort.
The slopes on the Lonquimay volcano are characterised by different levels of difficulty, so that not only families with children and beginners feel comfortable here, but also professionals get their money's worth. The extensive freeride terrain in particular promises lots of fun and action.
Another highlight at Corralco Mountain Resort is snowkiting, which is made possible by the extensive slopes, the large amount of snow and an ideal wind.
- The vertical drop from summit to base is 2789 ft. The average difference in altitude between base and summit of Ski Resorts in Chile is 2802 ft. The highest point of the track is 7874 ft above sea level.
- Snow coverage is usually best during August, offering an average snow depth of 54 " at summit elevation and 35 " at the base.