Some good tips and strategies for skiing at La Parva by visit-chile.com
La Parva has a longitudinal orientation. Many runs will thus be accessed with more than one lift.
Local skiers shun the comfortable chairlifts for the speedier and less crowded poma lifts which seem to shoot off in every direction on the mountain.
Intermediates seem to enjoy the super-wide Las Flores bowl which boasts a consistent drop for long, cruising, GS turns.
Advanced skiers should try the south-facing bowl under the return traverse from the Tortolas chairlift.
This is probably La Parva’s best mogul and powder area.
Experts are advised to venture out on the Manantiales traverse and ski the Mirador and Pared areas which then feed into the Super-G terrain of Barros Negros.