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Ski and Hiking

Andorra has two ski areas formed by the union of several resorts, and an entertainment complex where you can practice cross-country skiing. During the summer, they also offer the opportunity to practice activities in contact with nature.

Grandvalira - Pas de la Casa
 Grandvalira - Pas de la Casa


Formed from the merger of Pas de la Casa-Grau Roig and Soldeu-El Tarter, Grandvalira is the largest ski area in the Pyrenees with 193 km of slopes. It currently has six entrances to the resort along the main road or "Carretera General 2" towards France, following the river "Valira d'Orient".

Vallnord - Arcalís
 Vallnord - Arcalís


Emerging from the alliance between the ski resorts of Pal, Arinsal and Ordino-Arcalis in 2004-2005. It's located in La Massana and Ordino parishes. Vallnord has 1,149 hectares with a capacity of 48,210 people per hour, a total of 89 km spread over 66 tracks: 7 black runs, 27 red, 22 blue, 10 green and 6 slalom runs. Pal-Arinsal have no direct connection to Ordino.Arcalís by ski circuit nor by funitel or cable car, while the first two are linked via cable.


Located in La Rabassa, with a maximum height of 2160 m and a minimum height of 1960 m. It has 15 miles of marked trails, distributed in 5 different difficulty level runs.



Andorra is the country of the Pyrenees and therefore provide endless hiking tours, mountain lakes and shelters. Request information on our reception or download the maps here.




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