THE WAIT IS OVER!
Valle Nevado will open to day skiers and apartment owners / renters on Wed., July 15, in response to heavy snowfall over the weekend. Although the resort’s hotels and most restaurants will open on Friday, Valle Nevado will operate the lifts Mirador, Escondida, Candonga, Prado, Vaivén, Carrusel, the Góndola and the Magic Carpets at the School Platform and Bajo Zero. Food stands and the Bar Lounge will also open. Thanks for your patience with mother nature, and hope to see you on the mountain!
THE WAIT IS OVER!
Valle Nevado announced today that it will offer 40% off on packages for August 21-28 stays at the Hotel Valle Nevado and Hotel Puerta del Sol. August 21-28 is the heart of the season and an ideal date because on average the snow is at its best, days are sunny and warm, the kids are still on summer vacation and you can visit en familia, and the resort floods with pro skiers and snowboarders and Olympic teams, who can be a lot of fun to watch and rub elbows with. Prices for a 7-night stay start at USD $1,508 per person in double occupancy, and include lodging, lift tickets and half board. Call or write our reservations department and do it soon while availability lasts.
SKI & SKIING MAGAZINE’S POWDER CLICK PHOTO CAMP ALSO DROPS IN PRICE: Powder Click, which takes place Aug. 21 to 28, has also dropped its price due to the promotion. Book before the July 17 deadline and pay only:
HOTEL VALLE NEVADO
USD $3,117 per person, double occupancy
HOTEL PUERTA DEL SOL
USD $2,626 north-facing room, per person, double occupancy
USD $2,508 south-facing room, per person, double occupancy
The cost includes 7 nights lodging, 8 days lift tickets, half board, and SKI & Skiing Magazine’s in-depth, weeklong photography course. For full details about Powder Click, go here.
Valle Nevado received a total of 31 inches of fresh snow over the weekend and will maintain plans to open the full resort on Friday, July 17. All runs, hotels, condominiums, restaurants, shops and services will be in full gear, in anticipation of the many skiers and snowboarders who have been dying to get on the slopes. We hope to see you up there!