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Andorra ski resort, Southwestern Europe

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Best ski resorts in Andorra

El Pas de la Casa ski resort
El Pas de la Casa

Come ski on a Shepherds house! Part of the Grandvalira Resort, El Pas de la Casa is a ski resort , town, and mountain pass in Andorra , on the border of France that was just a mere shepherds house at the beginning of the twentieth century and is now one of Andorra's most popular ski resorts.

With an elevation of 2408 metres, El Pas de la Casa is the highest resort in Andorra with the highest skiable point at 2640 metres and with 31 lifts, 100 km of pistes and 6.26 km² of skiable terrain, El Pas de la Casa's popularity with ski and snowboard enthusiasts alike has grown through the years.

This gem of a ski resort is well suited for the intermediate skier but has something for every level and its Après Ski experience is lively and dynamic, creating a fun time for all.


Vallnord ski resort

Come learn to ski from 250 instructors! Located in the North West sector of Andorra near the parishes of La Massana and Ordino, Vallnord is known for its three ski schools with over 250 qualified instructors.

Vallnord is also connected to three sectors: Pal, Arinsal and Arcalis by either cable car or road. There are over 70 slopes, three with unlimited freestyle and free ride areas and if you get tired of the amazing skiing adventures there are unlimited activities for all such as under-ice diving, snowshoeing, sleigh rides, ski mobiles, mushing, speed riding, Heli-Skiing and great Après Ski activities for every member of your party.


Grandvalira ski resort

Come ski part of the Ski World Cup Circuit! The largest skiable area in Southern Europe, Grandvalira is located in the North East part Andorra, with 205 km of slopes, 67 lifts, 110 slopes with various difficulty levels, 5 snow parks, 3 competition stages, and 6 ski gardens there is a ski adventure waiting for every level of skier or boarder.

And for the Après Ski experience with over 40 cafés and restaurants, multiple bars and varied nightlife, everyone will find something exciting to do at Grandvalira. Come enjoy Andorra's favourite ski destination!

La Rabassa

Come ski an Andorran Nature Preserve! La Rabassa ski resort is part of Naturlandia, a snow park with skiing and various activities located in the parish of SantJulià de Lòria. W ith winter activities for the entire family like exceptional piste and off piste skiing, Nordic skiing, a snow coaster park; Tobotronc, the longest nature coaster in the world, a children's park, ice rink, and a village of Nordic dogs, La Rabassa and Naturlandia offers something exciting for every member of the family. Come enjoy outstanding skiing and an Après ski experience like no other.


Soldeu ski resort

Come enjoy the ski capital of Andorra! Centrally located in the ski park of Grandvalira, Andorra's biggest ski region, Soldeu is a delightful village and exciting ski resort, that offers the chance to not only ski its runs but the ability to ski other parts of the Grandvalira ski area with over 193km of runs, and 64 lifts between six resorts/villages; Pas de la Casa GrauRoig, Soldeu, El Tarter, Canillo and Encamp.

There is something for every level of skier and boarder with excellent steeps and deeps, pistes and off piste skiing and even moguls for the more adventurous.

The Après ski experience is combined with excellent restaurants, bars and pubs and nightlife to keep every member of your party happy after a long day of skiing.


Spectacular scenery, large resorts with many lifts and slopes, and the longest toboggan ride in the world are just a few things that come to mind when thinking about skiing in Andorra. The Principality of Andorra is located in Southwestern Europe, wedged between the borders of France and Spain.

This tiny country (only 468 square km) offers some excellent skiing and snowboarding, mainly for the beginner and intermediate levels, but more advanced skiers can always go off-piste when looking for more challenging terrain.

Andorra’s low prices and tax-free shopping make it a great value holiday destination, especially for families and large groups. The official ski season runs from December to March, but some of the resorts manage to prolong the season with their snowmaking machines.

The ski schools, where fluent English is spoken, are well-known for their quality instruction and beginners are definitely of to a great start in Andorra. Recent investments in snowmaking machines, lifts, and pistes have helped put Andorra firmly on the international skiing map. A wide range of accommodation is available, including chalets, apartments, and 2-, 3-, and 4-star hotels. The nightlife is thriving with many restaurants, clubs and bars.


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