Discover the largest ski resort in the southern hemisphere

La Parva

Say hello to our new international resort

May 9, 2024 Today, Mountain Capital Partners has just changed the landscape of winter sports in the southern hemisphere and reached an agreement to acquire the La Parva ski resort – MCP now operates two of the three ski areas in the famous Tres Valles, establishing the most skiable area in the southern hemisphere.

Meet La Parva

La Parva ski resortlocated in the Chilean Andes and interconnected with the MCP complex Nevado Valley, La Parva offers diverse terrain with an interconnected and easy-to-access system of lifts and trails. Together, these two resorts offer a combined total of:

  • Nearly 5,000 acres of terrain served by ski lifts
  • 200,000 additional acres of ski touring
    (accessible by skis or helicopter)
  • 30 ski lifts
  • 84 named trails
  • A maximum elevation of 12,041 feet with a base elevation change of 3,281 feet from the base of La Parva to the summit of Valle Nevado
  • 3,057 feet of elevation change at La Parva and 2,657 feet of elevation change at Valle Nevado

In addition to the vast La Parva ski area and over 200,000 acres of heli-skiing, it also offers mountain biking during the summer months.

What does this mean for your Power Pass and Power Pass Select?
If you purchased a Power Pass 2024/2025, you can take advantage of 7 FREE ski or horseback riding days in Valle Nevado during the 2024 winter season. At this time, the Power Pass does not include access to La Parva – check back for further updates!

You don’t have a 2024/2025 Season Pass?

Lock in the lowest monthly payment on your Power Pass or Power Pass Select/12 Day when you purchase through May 14.

More information about La Parva:

Nestled in the heart of the Andes, at 2,750 meters above sea level and less than an hour from Santiago, La Parva is a unique and exclusive winter resort that has the characteristics of a mountain snow town. Its perfectly maintained slopes are chosen year after year by skiers who love the mountain, from beginners to world-class competitors.

Thanks to its FIS approved downhill slopes, it is chosen as a training center by international teams such as the United States, France and Slovakia, among others. La Parva defines itself as a welcoming mountain town, with modern buildings that seem to hang from its slopes; There are more than 1,200 shelters and private condominiums that ensure 9,000 beds are available during the winter season for athletes and their families. For more information, visit