This season has started off really well thanks to the recent snowfalls that have filled the slopes with powder snow. So don’t think twice and come and enjoy skiing and snow in Grandvalira this winter.
World Cup slopes
We are at the foot of the Àliga slope in El Tarter, which together with the Avet de Soldeu slope in Grandvalira, are the two World Cup Alpine ski slopes. When there are no championships, these slopes are accessible and skiable, for all the public, as long as the conditions allow it. The sector is made up of a total of 26 slopes, but with the Grandvalira ski pass for one day or more, you will have access to all 210 kilometres of slopes and to the seven sectors connected to each other. If you come to ski or snowboard with your family, the little ones will also enjoy the experience and learn to ski in the Bababoom Circus, a ski circuit for children up to 12 years old.
El Tarter snowpark
If you are a fan of jumping, you will find your place in this sector, as it is the snowpark where the most competitions have been held in the resort. Over the years, the Total Fight Masters of Freestyle have brought together the best freeski and snowboard riders in El Tarter. Grandvalira also has two more snowparks: one in El Peretol and the other in Grau Roig.
Access to Ordino Arcalís
With the same ski pass you will also have access to the Ordino-Arcalís slopes. This resort is located in another valley and you will have to travel to it by car or public transport. But it’s worth it for you to continue enjoying skiing in Andorra in a wilder environment that stands out for its exuberant nature.