I love La Parva--really accessible, close to Santiago with a beautiful and adventurous road to get there. Once you are up there, you basically have the place to yourself. The grooming is great and the off-piste and lift-accessed backcountry is some of the best if you are willing to hike a bit and poke around. I've never waited in a liftline here, and you can get fresh tracks many days after a storm. The sunsets and views over the Andes and Santiago are incredible. There are a few restaurants up here and I love them all--St. Tropez has really good meat, seafood, and salad, and they make an excellent, traditional pisco sour. Next door is La Marmita which has amazing tomato-cheese fondue and manjar (dulce de leche, or caramel) dessert fondue. All in all, if you like spots off the beaten path and empty slopes, this feels like a true gem perched up on the slopes of the Andes with a true Chilean ski village feel.
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