Las Leñas is one of the most important ski and snowboard centers in Argentina, located in the homonym valley south of Mendoza province in the Northeast of the department Malargue, inside of the cordillera of the Andes.
Has 14 different peaks of elevation, permitting 29 different ski/snowboard routes classified by beginner, intermediate, advanced and expert -the skiable territory is 65 kilometers
Has the longest descent of the country, with 7050 meters connecting the ski routes Apolo, Neptuno and Venus
It has a "Terrain Park" of 1500 meters with jumps, banks and rails - popular among the snowboarders
Night Skiing: some routes have lights, permitting night skiing The base is located 2240 meters above sea level, and the summit is at 3430 meters above sea level, making it the highest ski center in Argentina
Snow quality: dry powder the average snowfall is 6 m at the base, 8 m in the middle and 10 m at the peak
Fabrication of snow: 30 cannons along all of the mountain