Pala de Vulcano

One week down, and tens of thousands of acres still to explore. We’ve had some spectacular blue bird days and now, the snow is falling.

Pala de Vulcano, BLISTER
Jonathan Ellsworth, Pala de Vulcano, Las Leñas.

For the last four or five years, a significant snow storm has settled upon Las Leñas around mid-August to early September. They call this storm Santa Rosa, and Santa Rosa returned to Las Leñas today. We are incredibly grateful to be present for her visit.

And in this new week, we’ll struggle again to find words to describe this place that is like no other.



1 comment on “Pala de Vulcano”

  1. How fantastic! Thanks for sharing your adventures with those of us stuck behing a desk in the ol’ USA. Absolutely beautiful pics, words and attitude.

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