Family Ski Week at Las Leñas Resort, Argentina (Saturday to Saturday)

You will arrive at Buenos Aires International Airport.
Will be Meet by local assistant and transfer to Domestic Airport for your 90 minutes flight to Malargue Airport. (Saturday to Saturday)

Arrival at Malargue Airport and transfer to Las Leñas Ski Resort  (45 minutes)

Las Leñas is considered as one of the most important ski resorts in Argentina due to the unbeatable purity of its snow, its trails for all levels and the outstanding areas to practice the best off-piste descents and cross-country ski.

Very few kilometers away from the City of Mendoza, famous for its sunshine and good wine, Las Leñas is also the highest ski resort in the country. Its 1,200-meter slope ranges from its summit, at 3,430 meters of height, to its base, located at 2,240 meters. It is a paradise for extreme ski and heli-ski, with options for beginners and intermediate skiers.

As a result of its dry climate, its 230 hectares of skiable surface feature a quality of snow famous worldwide. The venue has a slalom stadium and 28 authorized trails with a maximum skiable surface of 7,050 meters, among which one of the longest intermediate trails in the world stands out. They are accessed through 13 lifts and, if snowfalls are not enough, Las Leñas has a modern system to make artificial snow.

Tourists may find first-class accommodation and cuisine, as well as ski and snowboarding schools with excellent instructors when the winter comes and everything gets covered in white. It is at this time when Las Leñas becomes a classic.

Built in 1983, Las Lenas has the the most modern lift system in South America. Lift lines are extremely rare at Las Lenas, since the mountain has 16 modern ski lifts that boast a total uphill capacity of 9200 skiers per hour. Ski lifts are named after Roman and Greek Gods: Venus, Eros, Minerva, Vesta, Vulcano, Jupiter, Apolo, Neptuno, Mercurio, Caris, Selene, Juno, Iris, Marte, Urano, and Cenidor.

More than sixty kilometers of runs provide skiers and snowboarders with descents of varying difficulties suitable for skiers and riders of all abilities, from a height of 11,253 feet above sea level to the base at at elevation of 7,349 feet. The vertical drop of the lift-served in-bounds area of Las Lenas ski resort is a hefty 4,035 feet, with gradients ranking from 12% to 53%.

Children Ski School: A  team with more than 120 Argentinian and foreign professionals allows kids to start skiing at the age of 3. If they choose snowboarding, the Las Leñas school proposes classes given by specialized instructors. Individual or group courses take one week for all levels and ages. The Junior Ski Academy offers sport programs for kids under 14, from beginners to competition level, with daily 4-hour classes. And the specialized instructors in charge of the Snow Garden teach the first steps to kids between 3 and 6 years old.

Las Leñas offers many Hotels from 5 stars to Apart Hotels to fit any budget

Casino: the highest-elevation casino in the world.
02 Discos, 16 Restaurants offering local an International food, snacks, fast food & drinks. Movie Theatre showing laest feature films on evenings, kid nursery, medical clinic, institutional museum. 

Weekly Packages

  • Charter jet service round-trip from Buenos Aires to Las Lenas (Malargue Airport).
  • Round trip door-to-door transfer between Malargue Airport & your Hotel at Las Lenas.
  • 8 day/7 Night Ski-in, Ski-out Hotel (Saturday to Saturday).
  • 8 Days of Lift Tickets.
  • Sit-down Breakfast & Dinner Daily.
  • Medical Insurance (basic medical assistance in skiing accidents)
  • All Local taxes.


Contact us for conditions, price & availability  or   +54 114951 5968      


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