The largest ski resort in the Pyrenees
Andorra goes beyond shopping and leisure, and with Grandvalira, it’s an opportunity to discover a small part of everything that its mountains and valleys offer.
Skiing in the Pyrenees
With a surface area of 468km2 and only 8% of it urbanized, Andorra is the perfect place to venture out and get to know a natural mountain environment. It is known as the country of the Pyrenees as it is in the heart of the Eastern Pyrenees. We are highland people! It is no wonder since the country has more than 60 peaks that are over 2,000m in height. Comapedrosa is the highest with 2,943m.
More than 200 kilometres of slopes in the Pyrenees
Grandvalira extends over two parishes or "provinces" (Encamp and Canillo), divided into seven sectors and connected by accessible slopes with a single ski pass: 210 km of skiable runs along 139 slopes. That is why it is the largest station in the Pyrenees.
Family ski resort in the Pyrenees
Grandvalira invites you to enjoy the Pyrenees' snow with your family, not only for skiing or snowboarding but also participating in adventure activities such as mushing, snowmobiles, zip lines, articulated sledges... The Snowshoes are a good option that allows you to explore natural paths and snowy forests with a unique charm. The Vall d'Incles, very close to the El Tarter sector, is one of the most popular spots to carry out this type of activity. Additionally, at the resort, our guides will accompany you along the signposted routes, or, if you prefer, you can walk on the trails on your own.
Other activities in the Andorran Pyrenees
The Pyrenean resort is also the starting point for off-piste activities such as freeride and ski mountaineering. Explore the Circ d'Envalira or the Bosc de Moretó, or peaks such as Montmalús, Pic Blanc d'Envalira or Pic de les Abelletes as some of the options in the surroundings of the Pyrenees station. A perfect combination for those seeking adrenaline in the most natural and wild descents, as well as discovering the charm of our mountains.
As you can see, with your visit to Grandvalira, you can not only enjoy the skiing paradise with 210km of slopes, but also explore its forests, valleys and mountain paths that are part of the unique environment of the Pyrenees. As a couple, with friends or family. There are many options at your fingertips to explore all that awaits you. It’s up to you.