Riding in Chile

Our friends Jeremy Mercier, Jay Mentaberry, Tony Jenkins and Carl Kuster took a snowmobile trip 5,000 miles south to Chile to ride the largest mountain range in the world. Let’s just say things didn’t go exactly as planned. Despite all the mishaps, injuries and wrong turns, these four had some of the wildest experiences of their lives on their way to discovering the true purpose of a snowmobile trip: adventure.

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When you’re 5,000 miles from home, curveballs are sure to come your way. This Chilean Rad Ride wasn’t without its setbacks, and that’s par for the course, say our four Ski-Doo ambassadors. On a snowmobile trip, plans change. Itineraries get thrown out the window. And that’s where the fun begins.

Trips like these are about embracing the unknown. Taking in stride the things you never saw coming. Appreciating the things you’ve never seen before.

It’s about the adventure, you just don’t get this flavor in North America: the trees, this type of scenery, the lava.

Settling in after dark, taking in the medley of colors that paint the sky, our four ambassadors just take in the euphoria. No place like home? They’re not so sure.

Sled featured in this episode



    Starting at $13,299

    Starting at $13,299

    Transportation and preparation not included.

    Effortlessly agile, Summit snowmobiles paired with industry-defining Rotax power deliver dynamic deep-snow performance and instant response in technical winter terrain.

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