Snowy mountain resorts are getting a boost after a new plan to build the world’s tallest mountain, Snowy Mountain, was approved by Chile’s Supreme Court.
The Supreme Court said it would not interfere in the construction of the mountain, named after a popular chilean TV personality, because the decision was made in the public interest.
The new plan was announced by the president of the Chile National Mining Council in February, but was postponed after the court said it was not legally binding.
The court ruled that a national monument must be approved by a national legislature to protect cultural heritage.
It is the first time that a monument has been created under Chile’s constitution.
The construction will be done on top of the Santiago Santiago de Compostela mountain, a mountain that is the highest mountain in the world and is a popular tourist destination.
It is thought to be more than 10,000 years old.
The government said the new resort will feature a swimming pool, restaurants, restaurants and cafes, as well as a ski area.
Chile is the fourth largest economy in Latin America, and is considered a tourist destination due to the vast amount of tourism.