Located at 39 kilometers (24 mi) away from Santiago on the Andes and just a one-hour distance through paved route. Located on Colorado Hill, at 3,333 meters (10,935 ft.) AMSL, with a slope of 903 meters (2,962 ft.). It receives abundant snow for a short period, with an average of snow precipitations of 3.5 meters (11 ft. 6 in) in a normal year.
The winter center (from 2,430 to 3,333 meters high) has 2 interconnected villages, each one with hotels and shelters; and counts with 22 tracks (51% of the mountains terrain for skiing). The tracks are divided in 4 categories: green (beginners), blue (intermediate), red (advanced) and black (expert) tracks. Also, there are 18 ski lifts that carry athletes to the different points of the mountain, working between 9:00 am and 5:00 pm.
Along with la Parva and Valle Nevado, this is the best and biggest surface for skiing in South America.
When does it run?
ATTRACTION_VENUE:Full Day - El Colorado Tour, , Santiago de Chile, Chile,
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