Grandvalira: a world cup ski resort
Grandvalira continues to host major sporting events and high-level competitions. The Andorra ski resort has an interesting calendar for the season, with the World Cup Finals, followed by the Kilometre Launch World Cup Finals.
A World Cup ski resort
With the same enthusiasm with which Grandvalira presented its first candidacy in 2006 to host a World Cup, the resort continues to host some of the most outstanding competitions in the world of alpine skiing. In the 2018-2019 season, Grandvalira once again made history by hosting top-level sporting competitions and top international events. The highlight was the FIS World Cup Finals 2019, which were held in Grandvalira for the first time. In addition, the ski area once again hosted the 2019 Launch Kilometre World Cup and the 2019 Total Fight Masters of Freestyle, one of the star events on the world Freestyle calendar. This year, Grandvalira is once again hosting top-level events with the AUDI FIS World Cup Finals 2023 and the Kilometre Launch World Cup Finals.
World Cup Finals Andorra
February 10 to 11, 2024
Andorra is the venue that has been chosen to hold the Finals of the 2023 Alpine Skiing World Cup. Grandvalira - Soldeu El Tarter will host the 25 best skiers from all alpine disciplines from March 13th to 19th 2023, once again becoming the world centre of skiing for a week.
It will be the second time that Grandvalira has organized the World Cup Finals, after having already done so in 2019 with great success, an event which led to the Andorran resort being confirmed as the venue again during the autumn meeting of the International Ski Federation (FIS) held in Zurich that same year.
World Cup Finals Speed Skiing
Grandvalira Grau Roig
March 12 to 14, 2024
One of the most outstanding events in Grandvalira in recent years has been the extreme speed trials on the Riberal piste in the Grandvalira-Grau Roig sector. This season, the world's fastest skiers will return to Andorra for a double KL World Cup event.
The impressive 10 m ramp validated by the FIS will once again guarantee the spectacular nature of the event and will once again enable the 200 km/h target to be reached.