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16/12/2014 - 18:15

Grandvalira to open 185 kilometres of slopes next weekend

The Andorran territory extends its skiable area and faces the holiday season with optimum conditions.

The resort will be packed with special activities for all ages from 19 December until 7 January

 

Southern Europe's largest resort continues to open more slopes thanks to recent snowfall over the past hours and has initiated artificial snow production due to the low temperatures registered. Grandvalira will extend its skiable area over the coming days and in the lead up to Christmas and progressively reach 185 skiable kilometres, representing 88% of the Domain of Snow. The Andorran resort's six sectors will come into full operation and be connected by slopes with a fluctuating snow depth of between 20 to 90 cm of powder snow to date.

 

A Christmas packed with fun at Grandvalira

With the arrival of the holiday season, Grandvalira is set to receive thousands of skiers who will descend upon the territory over the period, offering a wide range of activities for all ages.

Activities planned for the holiday season at Grandvalira include:

20 December:  Arrival of Santa Claus at the Imaginarium circuit, throughout the morning (Grau Roig sector).

24 December: At 6.00 p.m. Arrival of Santa Claus on his dog-driven sleigh at the villages of Canillo and Soldeu.

From 24 December to 6 January: Music on the slopes from 11 a.m. until 3.30 p.m. at Gall del Bosc's Nordic Lounge Terrace, Restaurant Gall del Bosc (Soldeu sector).

25 December: At 11 a.m. Santa Claus at the Grandvalira Ski and Snowboard Schools in Soldeu, El Tarter and Canillo.

From 26 December to 7 January: Après-ski at Restaurant L'Abarset (El Tarter sector).

  • Highlights at L'Abarset;

27 December: 6 p.m. Session by the emblematic DJs Pin-Pon.

2 January: 6 p.m. Session by DJ Coco, closing act at the Primavera Sound festival.

3 January: 6 p.m. Session by singer-musician Miqui Puig.

6 January: 6 p.m. Session by DJ Kerman.

7 January: 6 p.m. Session by DJ Coco.

Grandvalira plans to confirm new artists for the sessions at L'Abarset.

31 December: 6.30 p.m. Torch descent from Pla d'Espiolets (Soldeu) to the village of Soldeu.

3 January: 6.30 p.m. Beacon descent from Grandvalira Ski and Snowboard School (Soldeu) to the village of Soldeu.

5 January: 7 p.m. Torch descent, fireworks and the arrival of the Three Kings at Pas de la Casa.

For your interest ...

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