[part title=”Las Lenas, Argentina”]
Lying deep in the Andes Mountains, Las Lenas offers steep and deep terrain, and has a reputation for extreme and off-piste skiing in its backcountry. Its 50-degree chutes and ultra-dry powder have made it a haven for snowboarders craving that adrenalin-fuelled summer snow fix.
Situated at 2,255m and about a 90-minute flight from Buenos Aires, it is the epicentre of lift-served South American steeps, with rocky chutes and steep open bowls aplenty. The resort itself though, also offers great skiable terrain for all skill levels.