Located at 2,880 meters (9,449 ft.) above sea level on the international road that connects Santiago with Mendoza, Argentina, 2 hours away from Santiago, the ski center is close to Aconcagua and around the famous Laguna del Inca.
The center has 17 tracks, which vary according to the difficulty and type of snow. The largest is 3.2 kilometers (1 mi 17 in) long and from the 17 tracks, there are six belonging to the blue category. There are also green tracks (easy) and 4 black tracks (expert).
In Portillo, we find rope, drag, chair and va et vient ski lifts, with a top height of 3,322 meters (10,898 ft.) above sea level. These are 12 ski lifts that allow the access to the guests to the different skiing and snowboarding tracks.
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