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I’ve been to Chile twice, 2018 and 2019.

The snow gets more reliable as you go further south from Santiago, and the resorts get less busy. Conditions are hit or miss everywhere but, if you can time a place like Chillan or Pucon right, the terrain is world class, even inbounds.

Portillo has amazing scenery.

There’s a cat operation called Arpa that’s worth the coordination if the snow is there. They have their own private terrain all to themselves and it’s super good.

Culturally, things move more slowly down there and there’s an almost casual attitude about logistical delays in everyday life. It’s good to plan travel way ahead and have backups ready.

The food is great. You can eat and drink really well on a budget.
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