HOW TO THE GET THERE

BY CAR

From Buenos Aires, the 1,200-km journey takes about 11 hours and we suggest taking Road 7 to Junín, from there, take Road 188 to General Alvear and then Road 143 to San Rafael. From there, take Road 144 to El Sosneado and, finally, take Road 222 to Valle de Las Leñas, 20 km after Los Molles.

BY BUS

During the winter season, Las Leñas offers round-trip transportation from Buenos Aires directly to Las Leñas by sleeper bus with on-board meal service. Departures are on Fridays and Sundays. There are daily departures to San Rafael bus terminal from the main cities of the country by different transport companies. From San Rafael, it is possible to travel to Las Leñas by private shuttle or Iselin company buses. There are daily departures at 10 am. 

BY PLANE

During the winter season, Las Leñas offers a direct charter flight from Buenos Aires to Malargüe on Saturdays, and a direct charter flight from Sao Paulo to Malargüe with exclusive departures on July 19 and 26, and August 2 by Aerolíneas Argentinas. Both flights include private shuttle service from Malargüe to Las Leñas. In addition, there are daily flights from Buenos Aires to San Rafael and Mendoza airports.

LEGAL REQUIREMENT TO CARRY SNOW CHAINS

During the winter season the porting of chains is obligatory to transit the access route to Las Leñas. his provision is based on the regulations of the National Commission for Transport Regulation (CNRT) which states that for high mountain roads, arriers must carry chains that will be used if necessary.