In two weeks you’ll be skiing at Grandvalira resorts. Have you got everything ready? We explain the most important details of the new 2022-23 season so you can start getting ready.
The unique Fortait of Grandvalira Resorts
The most talked-about new feature of this season, which starts on 2 December, is undoubtedly the creation of the single ski pass: the Andorra Pass, which allows you to enjoy all the resorts in the country. With the season or multi-day ski pass you have access to the 303 skiable kilometres and 215 slopes of Grandvalira, Pal-Arinsal and Ordino Arcalís.
The Nord Pass Vallnord ski pass
The Vallnord ski pass is also available to enjoy the resorts of Pal Arinsal and Ordino Arcalís, also with the season and multi-day ski pass options. Take note that from 4 days onwards, you can spend one day skiing in the Grandvalira sectors.
Family activities in the snow
Grandvalira is still committed to snow activities in general and to family skiing with ski schools and themed circuits for the little ones.
The Family Park Mon(t) Magic in Canillo, which also reopens its doors on 2 December with the rest of the facilities, offers a wide range of proposals for having a great time and learning to ski.
The park is located in the Canillo sector and is accessed from the Canillo cable car, just 10 minutes from the hotel. It has three children’s ski areas: beginners, progression and advanced level and the longest themed slope in Southern Europe, the ideal place for children from 3 to 8 years old to have a great time learning to ski!
In 2023, the Alpine Ski World Cup will be back!
Once again this year, Grandvalira’s sports events calendar has a full line-up of the best sporting events. Make a note of the dates:
– From 13 to 19 March: men’s and women’s finals of the Alpine skiing World Cup.
The Avet de Soldeu and Àliga del Tarter slopes are the venue, and for the second time in the history of Grandvalira they will host a competition of this magnitude. In addition, the resort is still preparing to be one of the candidates for the 2029 Alpine skiing world championships.
– From 29th to 30th March: finals of the Speed Skiing World Cup
The resort is already an expert in hosting this speed final on the Riberal piste in the Grau Roig sector. A spectacular event in which skiers can reach speeds of over 240km/h. The world speed records are currently held by Valentina Greggio and Ivan Origone with 247.083 km/h and 254.958 km/h respectively.