Ideal for professionals, beginners and intermediate skiers, Las Leñas features 17,500 hectares crossed by 29 trails accessed through 14 lifts (including a magic carpet for beginners).
A few kilometers away from Mendoza, this ski resort is one of the great protagonists of each season and one of the highest and most modern in Argentina.
An unquestionable paradise for extreme ski and heli-ski, Las Leñas has a 1,200-meter vertical slope ranging from the 3,430-meter summit to the base, lying at 2,240 meters of height.
Besides its already traditional slalom stadium, Las Leñas boasts one of the longest trails in South America: 7,050 meters in length. Ideal for intermediate skiers, this trail combines the already famed Apolo, Neptuno and Venus stretches and proposes an amazing tour that makes local skiers feel proud.
An uninterrupted 1,000-meter-long circuit with a light slope is perfect for beginners. Experts have the chance to ski even at night, along 2,000-meter-long illuminated trails.
When snow is scarce, Las Leñas makes use of its artificial snow system (30 snow machines scattered all around the mountain) to make sure all the trails have the necessary thickness to satisfy the needs of every skier.
A commercial center and an institutional museum, where visitors may learn the history of the valley, complete the offer. Las Leñas incorporates more and more services to please skiers every year.
First-class gastronomy and accommodation services, as well as ski and snowboarding schools are available both on the mountain and the base.
As a result of all these features and many more, Las Leñas reassures its permanent attitude to be a ski classic in Argentina year after year.
Patagonia has a great deal of casinos distributed all throughout Argentina and Chile, and their modern halls let visitors enjoy games of chance such as roulette, slot machines, Black Jack, baccarat and dice. This section features the various casinos located in Patagonia. Discover each of them in the various regions presented in our website. Luck is waiting!
Visiting the Patagonian museums is a way of having a close link with the life, the customs and the natural environment of its communities.
Paleontology, archeology and history are some of the disciplines developed in these sections dedicated to witnessing the culture of the region.