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  • 29 in of annual snowfall
  • 17500 total skiable acres
  • Top elevation 11253 ft, base 7349 ft
  • 15% beginner, 45% intermediate, 35% advanced, 0% expert
  • Projected opening: 06/20/2014
  • Projected closing: 10/13/2014

Las Lenas Ski Resort

If a laid-back, uncrowded South America ski vacation with excellent snow, and film-worthy lines, and more terrain than you can imagine sounds like a trio up your alley, then, what are you waiting for? Book your Las Lenas ski vacation today! The vast Argentine ski area claims the best powder snow in the country; some say it is the best in South America. Las Lenas boasts a whopping 17,500 acres of skiing. Since the self-contained, all-inclusive resort can only accommodate 2,200 guests at one time, you won't have to wait long for a lift or feel like you are skiing in a crowd. You’ll practically have that all that terrain to yourself. Facilities include a well-equipped medical center with staff, a dozen restaurants, supermarket pharmacy, laundry, ski rental and shops, a casino and night clubs. Las Leñas is served by seven double chairlifts and four t-bars. 

While the resort is surely on every expert skier and snowboarders bucket list, Las Lenas is actually incredibly family friendly, too. Because the resort is self-contained, and the pistes are concentrated, it’s easy to keep track of little ones. 

Ski Las Lenas

Sure, the views are great. You’re in the Andes after all. But if you notice groups of skiers staring, and pointing at the surrounding peaks, you’re probably witnessing a pro-skier scope a line. Las Lenas is renowned for its “gnarly” big mountain lines. A huge portion of Las Lenas terrain is uncontrolled, off-piste backcountry-style skiing, making it an expert skier’s and snowboarder’s ultimate dream. But if “hucking” yourself off cliffs isn’t your thing, not to worry, Las Lenas has plenty of above-treeline, wide-open cruisers for beginners and intermediates.

To learn more about this epic South America ski resort, call—or chat with—one of Ski.com’s knowledgeable Mountain Vacation Specialists.

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