Worldwide Ski Mountaineering
Links to further pages on the ski mountaineering possibilities in some of the worlds more far-flung and unusual snowy countries.
David Roberts skiing from the summit of Volcan Domuyo. At 4709m, it is the highest mountain in Patagonia.
For information and pictures from ski tours in some areas of the European Alps see our Alpine Ski Mountaineering index page. For elsewhere in Europe see our European Ski Mountaineering index. For Scotland, where I live, see Scottish Ski Mountaineering
|Argentina||Some of the best ski-mountaineering in the Andes.|
|Bolivia||Bolivia has some good ski mountaineering possibilities, in the Cordillera Real and the western volcanoes.|
|Brazil||Believe it or not you can occasionally ski here too, and we're not talking water-skiing!|
|Canada||Both the Coast range near Vancouver and the Rockies near Calgary provide good skiing|
|Chile||Some of the best ski-mountaineering in the Andes|
|Colombia||A few isolated areas give some ski possibilities|
|Ecuador||Ecuador has some big volcanoes, but conditions and weather are not ideal.....|
|Mexico||Limited high altitude ski touring on two of Mexico's volcanoes|
|Peru||Peru has some good ski mountaineering possibilities, in the Cordillera Blanca and the remote southeast|
|United States||Reports and photos from some of the forgotten corners of the USA.|
|Armenia||Volcanoes and easy alpine stuff in a really friendly country.|
|China||An ascent of Muztag Ata, at 7546m one of the world's highest truly skiable peaks.|
|Georgia||Some of the highest peaks in the Caucasus mountains.|
|Japan||A great country for powder and even more powder. Very cold and not very sunny!|
|Kazakhstan||The beautiful Tien Shan mountains in this Central Asian republic.|
|Turkey||Ararat and Erciyes, two big extinct volcanoes that can be skied in this country between Asia and Europe|
|New Zealand||The Southern Alps, Egmont, Ngaurahoe and Mt Ruapehu|
David Roberts skiing at 5200m on Culin Thojo, Cordillera Real, Bolivia.