The gliding clubs at the province of Santa Fe generally feature baptism flights. The aerotowing systems are traditional. The cities of Rosario and Casilda have completely equipped gliding clubs. Other cities with gliding clubs are La Plata, Bolívar, Cañuelas, Gonzales Chaves, Rivadavia, San Andrés de Giles, Tandil, Zárate, Santa Rosa and many others. Chos Malal, a cattle breeding town at the foot of the Wind's Mountains, is the new Mecca of gliding in Argentina and scenery of worldwide records.
Flight conditions are the same throughout the year, with high ascents of up to 9.000 m. or more; it is also the optimum place for thermal gliding, with ascents of 6 to 8 m per second, of up to 4.000 m. The asphalt aerodrome is 10 km from Chos Malal and features pilot rooms, briefing and staking.
This aerodrome is not controlled, and it does not feature regular commercial flights. Chapelco, 25 km. from San Martín de los Andes, has a good infrastructure, control towers, asphalt landing strip and important taxing roads. It does not have available hangars and staking is made in the open. Gliding is restricted by control and the schedule of commercial flights. Suitable for wave lift and ridge lift.
El Bolsón's aerodrome is not controlled and does not have regular flights. It offers good alternatives for wave, ridge and thermal lifts. There are chances of getting a place at hangars.