How to get there?
To get to Valle Nevado, take route G21 to Farellones. When you reach the Farellones crossing, you must continue straight along the G251, popularly known as the road to Valle Nevado.
The problem of the road is that it is narrow, has no berm and has 40 curves up to Farellones and then about 20 more to Valle Nevado. The road is dangerous and not easy. This can lead to non-minor delays when arriving at the mountain. If you dare to drive, you must remember that the carrying of chains is mandatory and policeman always makes checks along the way. Also, you must know that the road has schedules of ups and downs. From Monday to Friday there are no restrictions (except holidays), however Saturdays and Sundays the climb is between 08:00 and 13:00 hrs, while the descent is between 16:00 and 20:00 hrs. No restriction between 20:00 and 08:00 hrs. of the following day. If you decide not to drive, there are several alternatives to get up.
The first is to take a transfer from the Omnium shopping center (Ave. Apoquindo 4900) and for an amount close to $ 15,000 per person, you are entitled to a return trip. The Ski Total company also offers to pick up passengers from hotels, with the option to stay or return the same day.
For the most exclusive, Valle Nevado offers helicopter transfers from the airfield of Tobalaba to Valle Nevado. The cost is for the flight, regardless of the number of people traveling. It costs USD $ 1370 and can fit 6 people maximum, without luggage.