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.
|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.|
|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.