Grandvalira is the only skiable domain in southern Europe to have 3 snowparks, offering you a wide variety of jumps and modules, with rails, boxes, wallrides, kickers, etc., where you can perform your best jumps and spins.
El Tarter Snowpark
This snowpark is located in the El Tarter sector of Grandvalira and is one of the pioneering snowparks in offering routes of more than a kilometre in length, with a variety of modules and jumping areas. You'll be able to test your skills over a route with more than 1 km of jumps, waves and pins and other features. The snowpark is open every day from 11 am to 5 pm and is suitable for all levels of skiing and snowboarding.
With a worldwide reputation, it is also a meeting point for the world's best riders and skiers, who get together in events such as the Grandvalira Total Fight, and also for amateurs or riders who wish to test their skills in Freestyle Camp competitions.
This snowpark, located in the Grau Roig sector of Grandvalira, consists of kickers, tables tops, and jibbing modules with rails and boxes, all suitable for beginner and intermediate levels, making it a perfect snowpark to make a start in the world of freestyle. The Xavi snowpark opens every day from 11 am to 5 pm.
Sunset Park Henrik Harlaut Snowpark
And finally, the well-known Peretol snowpark, the only night-time snowpark in the Pyrenees, has changed its name and is now called the Sunset Park Henrik Harlaut. Easily accessible from the main road, and located in Bordes d'Envalira, it opens from Tuesday to Sunday from 3:30 pm to 9 pm.
It offers several areas that have been created for you to enjoy your favourite sport, including a street area with a ski lift, kickers, jibs, etc., all of which are suitable for intermediate/advanced level riders.
This snowpark is also a meeting point for world-renowned freestyle professionals.