Mountain skiing circuits


Mountain skiing is another one of our disciplines. Grandvalira currently boasts nine signposted circuits, which are free of charge and have been adapted to suit all levels of technical and physical aptitude. The circuits comply with all safety regulations and allow mountain skiing to take place alongside alpine skiing.

1. Circ d'Envalira circuit
2. Montmalús circuit
3. Pessons circuit
4. Bosc de Moretó circuit
5. Isard circuit
6. Camí de l'Obac circuit
7. Canal de l'Avetar
8. Tarter Collart
9. Soldeu Collart 





1. El Tarter --> Gall de Bosc --> Soldeu --> Bosc Fosc --> Os --> Duc --> Cap de Llosada. Slope.
2. Soldeu --> Bosc Fosc --> Os --> Duc --> Cap de Llosada. Slope.
3. Pas de la Casa --> Directa --> Pista Llarga / Pic Blanc. Slope.
4. Grau Roig --> Circuit Montmalus --> Pista Montmalus. Slope.
* From 5.30 pm to 7 am, it is not allowed to practice mountain skiing on the slopes of the ski resort.


Grandvalira Mountain Guides (GMG)

Grandvalira continues to support the only qualified mountain guide centre in Andorra that lies within the skiable area. Visitors wishing to take a different approach to discovering the landscapes of the Grandvalira region and Andorra in general can undergo an introduction within the skiable area or go on more daring excursions aimed at scaling several iconic mountain peaks on skis.


Timed routes

Download the Grandvalira app and time your ski touring session. You can use the app to read the QR code you’ll find on the signpost at the start of the route, and the app will use GPS to detect your arrival automatically. You can view your results on a general scoreboard and choose from a number of different prizes.



We suggest you to download the mountain security App Alpify.

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