Heli Skiing in Andes Mountains, Ushuaia, Tierra del Fuego Argentina

Heli skiing:
In the “End of the World”
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Ushuaia is the capital city of the Tierra del Fuego province in Patagonia, commonly referred as the southernmost city in the world and is an important naval base. It is located in a wide open bay, on the south coast of Isla Grande de Terra del Fuego and bordered on the north by the Martial mountain range.

Ushuaia has a subpolar oceanic climate with warm summers and cool winders. The city is surrounded by Magellanic subpolar forest rich in flora and fauna with several recreation activities. Heli skiing in Andes Mountains is an extraordinary experience. Helicopters take you to several peaks and valleys, such as Valle Tierra Mayor, Monte Alvear, Monte Olivia and the peak of Cerro Castor ski resort, where you can ski or snowboard down the slopes in a paradise of unspoiled powder snow.

Breathtaking views of the beautiful and unique land of Tierra Del Fuego await for the adventurer while this amazing activity is guided by instructors, avalanche specialists, mountain guides and experienced helicopter pilots. Once you reach the bottom of a mountain or valley, the helicopters pick you up and up you go to the next peak. And your adventure can be launched again. The places where the helicopters operate, depend on the weather and snow conditions. Pack your bags and gear and get ready for an incredible experience of heli skiing in the “End of the World”, in the dramatic lands of Tierra Del Fuego.

How to Get to Destination

3.6 mi / 5.7 km, 11 mins
Drive Northeast on Yaganes towards Gdor Deloqui, turn right in Av Maipu, right on Av Dr Hipolito Yrioyen, make an open left turn to remain on the same road, turn left on RS Galdeano and saty on the same road until you reach the airport
Ushuaia – Malvinas Argentinas International Airport,
4.4 mi / 7 km from the City of Ushuaia


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