Check here for detailed and up-to-date information on the resort for nordic skiing in Naturlandia, the only one of its kind in Andorra
At Visitandorra.com, get detailed and up-to-date information on the slope conditions in Andorra, with images taken by webcams at each resort. Of course, you’ll also find information on Naturlandia, the only resort in Andorra dedicated to cross-country skiing. Here you’ll see lots of information, such as access conditions, snow depth and other info you’ll want to know before leaving for your destination.
Real-time information on the resort
As you can see at the bottom of this page, the Naturlandia webcam offers live images that are updated almost every minute. It gives you a small window into this nordic-skiing resort, letting you know what the sky’s looking like, snow levels and slope occupancy. The images show two sectors: one at 1,600 metres and one at 2,000 metres. At the bottom of each image, you’ll see the recording details with the date and time indicated.
On the left, there is a simple graph with up-to-date information on the resort. It tells you the percentage of slopes open, for instance, showing them with a coloured circle. You’ll also see the conditions of the slope access points and a reference to the current climate at each resort. Finally, it also tells you today's expected maximum and minimum temperatures. The information on snow type and thickness is a basic piece of information for all skiers.
Cross-country skiing in Naturlandia:
Lovers of nordic skiing in Andorra won't want to miss the only resort in the Principality that specialises in this discipline. It’s quite a unique space, as the slopes are inside a multifunctional enclosure, whose main function is as an eco-park and adventure park. The cross-country trails are in the highest area, located about 2,000 metres above sea level and offers its own parking. The sector provides all the basic services for a cross-country skier, such as equipment hire huts and café-restaurants with menus offering seasonal dishes.
This original resort also even has its own ski club and a school, whose instructors offer courses for all levels with different durations. You can enjoy an intensive course over several days, perfect for visitors from other parts of Andorra or other countries. You’ll also find guided excursions with instructors from the centre.
The 1,600 metre section, perfect for recreational purposes
Although there are other entertaining activities, such as descents in tubby, minitubby and Tobotronc in the Naturlandia upper sector, the area at 1,600 metres is devoted to the adventure park, and doesn’t have any cross-country skiing tracks. Some of the attractions you’ll find in this area are the Airtrekk, consisting of a wooden structure 45-feet high to put your sense of balance to the test, and buggy circuits for all ages. More information on the park's website.