Types of ski passes

There are several types of day passes, depending on age and skiing level.

You will also have access to Ordino Arcalís and Pal Arinsal ski resorts with the same ski pass from two consecutive days.

Remember that the rates are dynamic, so the final price depends on the occupancy of the resort and how far in advance you book. 

  • Junior (12–17 years): Born between 2006 and 2011. Official proof of age required.
  • Child (6-11 years): Born between 2012 and 2017. Official proof of age required.
  • Senior ski pass (65–74 years): Born between 1949 and 1958. Direct sale at ticket office. Official proof of age required. Price per day, €39.
  • Senior Gold ski pass: Grandvalira understands “Senior Gold” the adults born in 1948 or before. Free ski pass. Direct collection at the ticket office. Official proof of age required.
  • Baby ski pass: Grandvalira consider “Baby” a child born in 2018 and after. Free ski pass. Direct collection at the ticket office. An official proof of age is required.
  • Beginner ski pass : Available in all sectors. Click on this link to see the ski lifts available for this ski pass.
  • Pedestrian pass: It cannot be used for skiing. It includes two ascents and two descent trips in the same day, on any gondola lift.
  • Half day ski pass: valid for skiing from 1pm to 5pm.
  • Mountain Pass: Includes the use of the ski lifts with one ascent and descent per day and ski lift. Access to the ski mountaineering circuits and designated areas for snowshoeing.
  • Insurance: Has to be purchased through the online sales platform or upon arrival at the ski resort, before the first skiing day. It can not be purchased if you have already used the ski pass. Free replacement pass in the event of loss. See ski insurance conditions.

Law relating to mountain resorts

This ski pass is personal, non-transferable and is subject to Law 21/2022, of June 9th, regarding mountain resorts and published in the BOPA on June 22nd, 2022. Its sale is not allowed and loss, deterioration or theft does not justify a duplicate. Remember that off-piste skiing is under the skier's responsibility. You must know and respect the rules established by the FIS.