From Buenos Aires, the 1200 km trip takes approximately 11 hours and the suggested route is to take Route 7 to Junín, Route 188 to General Alvear, then Route 143 to San Rafael, Route 144 to El Sosneado and, finally, Route 222 to Las Leñas Valley, 20 km after Los Molles.


During the winter season, Las Leñas offers roundtrip transportation by direct charter bus Buenos Aires - Las Leñas, with sleeping car service and meals on board, with departures on Fridays and Sundays. From the main cities of the country, there are daily departures to the bus terminal of San Rafael with different transportation companies. From San Rafael you can get to Las Leñas by private transfer or by Iselin bus with daily departures at 10 am.


During the winter season there are daily flights from Buenos Aires to San Rafael and Mendoza airports. In addition, Las Leñas offers private transfers from both airports.


During the winter season the carrying of chains is mandatory to travel the access road to Las Leñas. This provision is based on the regulations of the National Commission of Transportation Regulation (CNRT) where it is established that for high mountain roads carriers must carry chains to be used if necessary. In stormy weather situations, official personnel from Civil Defense and Road Safety will give notice at the intersection of routes 222 and 40 about the carrying and use of chains indicating from and to where.