This winter the Las Leñas Valley awaits you with the best snow in Mendoza. At SAK Wine & Travel we have these products to make your vacations on fire!


What services does Las Leñas offer?

In Las Leñas you will find the perfect combo. The main Ski Center in South America has all the services so that you can live a unique adventure in the snow, combined with the comfort and relaxation necessary to have a good time!

The Valley has a wide range of lodging options of international level. The options range from 5* hotels, such as the Piscis Hotel, where comfort and style are the premises, to the rental of apartments, aparts and hostels, so you can put together the plan that best suits you.

All accommodations have unbeatable panoramic views of the mountain and quick access to the slopes.

The gastronomic options are also very varied, either to make a stop in your day of skiing and recharge your energy with a caloric lunch or relax after a day of adrenaline and share the pleasure of a dinner with friends or family, Las Leñas is ready!

You can choose from the most elaborate dishes that combine local flavors with Italian or Spanish cuisine, to frugal and simple meals that will accompany your stay. In any case, you will not regret it!

In addition to the services available, there are ski equipment rentals, a shopping center, a snow garden and nursery, a medical clinic, an institutional museum, rooms for conventions and shows, gyms, sauna and casino. Everything you need to make your stay perfect!


Las Leñas FAQs

Due to the geographical location of Las Leñas, in the department of Malargüe in Mendoza, the winter season is especially long. It starts with the first important snowfalls in July and usually lasts until October.

Temperatures, as expected, are cold at night but with days that become warm under the Mendoza sun and during the winter season they range between 11.7ºC and -1.4ºC.

Las Leñas Valley is one of the most important winter sports centers due to the unbeatable quality of its snow.

It has 16 km of slopes for all levels – professional, intermediate and beginners – as well as special areas for off-piste skiing.

Among the 29 runs available is the longest in South America at 7,050m in length. This impressive uninterrupted descent is a combination of the Apollo, Venus and Neptune runs and requires an intermediate level to ride it.

You can also find the longest off-piste freeski traverse in South America (16 km) and a full-piste snowpark.

With its 14 lifts you will challenge the vertical drop of 1,200 meters between the base of the mountain and its summit and it even has lighting so you can continue skiing at night!

Of course! The center has a Ski and Snowboard School with the best instructors. Classes can be for children and adults and can be taken individually or in groups. The school also offers adapted ski classes for people with disabilities, taught by specialized instructors.



How do I get to Las Leñas?

The Valley can be reached by plane, car or bus. Malargüe has an airport where, during the winter season, Las Leñas offers direct charter flights from Buenos Aires. The Department of San Rafael, located 200 km away from the ski resort, also has daily flights from Buenos Aires.

Two years ago, a new road project shortened the distance between Mendoza City and Las Leñas Valley to 340 km, so flying to Mendoza and from there taking a transfer to Las Leñas is a very tempting option.

By land, the Department of Malargüe lies 1,200 km from Buenos Aires and you must travel along National Routes 7, 188, 143, 144, 40 and Provincial Route 222 up to Las Leñas, 20 km after the District of Los Molles.


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