Kilómetros esquiables Grandvalira

Grandvalira, more than 200 skiable kilometres in Andorra

More than 200 km of slopes await you in Andorra, the largest ski domain in the Pyrenees: seven sectors among which you can easily move by slope or lifts. Discover more about Grandvalira and other Pyrenean resorts.

Skiable kilometres in Grandvalira

Grandvalira is the largest ski resort in the Pyrenees and one of the largest in Europe, boasting 138 slopes and covering an area of 215 kilometres. It is the result of an earlier merger between two of Andorra’s ski resorts: Pas de la Casa - Grau Roig on the one hand, and Soldeu - El Tarter on the other. Currently, Grandvalira has seven sectors, which are connected to each other by slopes and lifts, thereby enabling skiers to easily explore the resort while enjoying the snows of the Pyrenees.

In addition to skiing, at Grandvalira you’ll find a wide range of activities including adventure sports, guided excursions, à la carte restaurants and après-ski, as well as the best snow-related sporting events.

Comparison with other resorts

Ordino Arcalís

With 30.5 kilometres of slopes, Ordino Arcalís is the smallest alpine ski resort in Andorra; however, it is also the most northerly, so the snow is usually better preserved. If snowfalls and temperatures are favourable during the winter, Ordino Arcalís is usually one of the resorts that are able to extend their season. In recent years, the resort has gradually consolidated its status in the world of freeride, and has hosted related sporting events such as the Freeride World Tour.

Pal Arinsal

Pal Arinsal began operating in the 1980s, and after becoming part of the Vallnord resort along with Ordino Arcalís, it now boasts a total of 47 slopes and covers an area of 63 kilometres. It is a family-friendly resort with two sectors, Pal and Arinsal, connected by a cable car. During the summer, it is home to the world’s fourth-best bike park (according to the ranking compiled by Red Bull), which has become a benchmark for riders

Baqueira Beret

Located between Vall d’Aran and Pallars Sobirà, to the north of Lleida, Baqueira Beret is the largest ski resort in Catalonia and the third-largest skiable area in the Pyrenees. It covers a total of 165 kilometres and boasts 114 slopes spread across four areas: Baqueira, Beret, Bonaigua and Baciver.

Formigal - Panticosa

Formigal-Panticosa is located in the Aragonese Pyrenees and is the largest resort in Spain, covering an area of 182 kilometres and boasting 147 slopes. Essentially, it consists of two main areas: Formigal, which is the largest, and Panticosa. Although these two areas are not directly linked to each other by lifts or slopes, there is a free bus service that connects them.

Astún - Candanchú

Also located in the Aragonese Pyrenees, Astún and Candanchú are two resorts that combine to make one of the largest skiable areas in Spain. Astún boasts 50 kilometres of slopes, while Candanchú adds another 50.5. The resorts are just 3 kilometres apart, and although they are not directly connected by slopes or lifts there is a free shuttle bus service that makes it easy to travel between the two. In total, skiers have access to 102 slopes, distributed across an area of 101 kilometres.

Information as of March 2024