|Cross-country ski resort with 45 kilometres of pistes with a network of 25 possible independent and inter-connectable circuits of varying difficulty. Snowshoe routes and sledging are also available. Distance: Guils Fontanera (1,905-2,080 metres) Getting There … more »|
|Andorra's second ski resort was established in February 1964 when the first chair-lift was opened in the town of Soldeu. The resort has continued to grow and can now be reached from three different points: From the town of Soldeu by gondola or from El Tarter by two… more »|
Situated at a height of 2095m, Pas de la Casa is the highest, sunniest and most snowsure of all the Pyrenean resorts. The ski area now includes not only Pas de la Casa and Grau Roig with its picturesque, tree lined runs but Soldeu and El Tarter. Known as the 'Grandvalira' it constitutes a skiing terrain of 192km of runs. Pas de la Casa offers skiers and boarders all the convenience of a purpose-built, alpine resort together with Andorran tax free prices. Its French and Spanish influences combine here to create a relaxed and friendly atmosphere, with both languages being spoken. As well as a wide variety of skiing, Pas de la Casa has plenty of nightlife on offer, and for those looking for shopping bargains, there are a large number of duty free shops to tempt you.
Lifts: 14 Chairlifts; 15 surface; 1 cable car
Runs: 55 runs: 8 green, 11 blue, 23 red, and 12 black