Snowparks: Snowboard and Freestyle
If you are looking for snowboarding and freeskiing holidays, welcome to Grandvalira Freestyle with 3 incredible snowparks and academy. The better place to learn and live new experiences.
Welcome to the heart of freestyle: Grandvalira’s snowparks, designed to bring together all freestyle lovers so they can learn, use and develop their tricks.
Grandvalira is southern Europe’s only resort with 3 snowparks (one of which opens at night) and a freestyle academy. Grandvalira’s snowparks offer you a wide range of different spaces for your jumping and grinding, etc. from 9 in the morning until 9 at night - 12 hours of non-stop freestyle... We know you haven’t come to Grandvalira for the sun, right?
Dizzying jumps, heart-stopping kickers... one of the most impressive snowparks anywhere in Europe with the longest line of modules in the Pyrenees. Freestyle followers will see that Grandvalira is the capital of extreme sports. We also organize this season two events that you must follow: Total Fight and SLVSH.
Snowpark El Tarter
Snowpark El Tarter is one of the pioneer snowparks in the Iberian Peninsula. Over the years, it has expanded and improved to offer long routes with modules and areas for all ski and snowboard levels.
With its current length of 1.3 km, all kinds of skiers and snowboarders can find a space where to evolve, progress and enjoy themselves, in complete safety. Check the different areas to select according to your ski level.
The shapers staff at Coliflor Freestyle are responsible for ensuring that the park has everything it needs so that everyone using it has the most fun possible.
There is always something going on at Snowpark El Tarter: Freestyle Camps, branding events and amateur competitions. What’s more, it is the home of top level international competitions such as the Grandvalira Total Fight, in which the best skiers and snowboarders from around the world provide us with the opportunity to see the current best tricks and routes.
Sunrise Park Xavi by Henrik Harlaut
Sunrise Park Xavi by Henrik Harlaut Snowpark can be found at Grandvalira-Grau Roig. Each year they build platforms with kickers and jibbing features, so that all types of riders can destroy the features with their laps.
Also, for this season, the team had increase the lines so that nothing is missing. Designed as much for beginners as for developing style, this snowpark now combines snow features with kickers or table tops with rails and boxes, all for a medium or low level. This is an authentic and ideal space for all those who would like to get started in the world of Freestyle.
Staff: Boris Fieschi, Curro, Chalo Riquelme and Hector Caballero
Opening hours: Temporarily out of service due to COVID's restrictive measures.
Sunset Park Peretol by Henrik Harlaut
The Sunset Park Peretol is called now the Sunset Park Peretol by Hanrik Harlaut. It is the only nighttime snowpark in the Pyrenees. The park is located in Grau Roig, in the area of Bordes d’Envalira. It is easy to reach by car and there is a car park just at the foot of the snowpark. A pass is required to access the snowpark. The pass can be bought at the snowpark between 3 p.m. and 9 p.m. You can also use a day pass (same day) or a season pass. The park has a street area with its own ski lift and the runs that can be performed are a minute and a half in length. The park is designed for users with a medium-high level with kickers and a lot of jibbing. Some riders of international renown come here to Sunset Park to practice and record their tricks.
The best way to round off a day’s skiing at Grandvalira, and with a bit of Freestyle. When the slopes close, Sunset is waiting for you....
Staff: Fede Trobo - Saul Perdiguero - Morten Grape
Opening times: Friday to Sunday, from 3 p.m. to 9 p.m.
Sunset Park Henrik Harlaut by night
In recent years Sunset Park Henrik Harlaut has become a key meeting point for all freestyle lovers who want to enjoy both day and nightfall at Grandvalira, open from 3 pm to 9 pm.
This snowpark is located in Soldeu and Grau Roig sectors, and easily accessed by car from the main road, with parking available at the foot of the snowpark.
Undoubtedly, if you are a lover of tricks or a ski or snowboard freestyle regular, you cannot miss out on the sensation of enjoying the floodlit Sunset Park.
Don't miss out on this part of the resort, open from Friday to Sunday.