Travel Tales from Argentina and South America
In Chile, you may see snow from June to September, the Southern Hemisphere’s winter. The natural border between Argentinian and Chilean Patagonia is the Andes Mountain Range and this is where the big snowy season can be enjoyed.
When it snows in this part of the country, be prepared to get your feet inside many inches of snow! Other than the Andes, it does not snow in Chile, you’ll probably have rainy weather if you travel in winter.
Anyway, if you want to see some white landscapes in Chile you must travel during July when snow is more probably to happen. Before traveling to Chile, you should know where it snows, where to go skiing and enjoy other snow activities, and which winter celebrations you can join!
In the Andes Mountain Range where most skiing slopes are, but also in La Parva, Valle Nevado, El Colorado, and Portillo.
Local winter celebrations are the perfect options to learn more about the local culture and have some fun! Get the most of your winter trip to Chile and be part of any of the following celebrations:
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