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At Mon(t) Magic de Canillo there are countless adventures for you to experience this summer.
Get an adrenaline rush with the Bigairbag. Dare yourself to jump down onto a giant mattress from different heights. Jump as many times as you want and do all types of flips and the craziest spins in complete safety. Enjoy an exciting experience and have a great time with your loved ones sharing your biggest smiles.
The only requirement for enjoying this experience is being over 112 cm in height.
Guaranteed fun for the young and young at heart.
See the calendar, opening times, and more activities at the Mon(t) Magic Canillo website.
Don’t think twice... jump!
MORE FUN ACTIVITIES...
Add a finishing touch to your romantic getaway, and treat yourself to a health spa for two in Andorra!
Mon(t) Magic Family Park in Canillo is a park for experiences and adventures with the whole family. Find out about all their activities here
This season, don't think twice about it and come jump on the QuickFlight! Located at the Mon(t) Magic Family Park in Canillo, you’re sure to enjoy the best freefall experience.
Virgin snow, sections with obstacles, and slopes steep enough to take your breath away in wooded areas... These are just some of the scenarios where you’ll be able to enjoy this sport in a way that is safe and controlled.
The Sorteny Valley Nature Park in Ordino offers various trails to practise SkiMo or do with snowshoes.
ROUTES WORTH TRYING...
The hiking route is of medium difficulty and will take us to alt. 2,740 metres to give us the immense views of the whole country.
A route of moderate difficulty that runs through the bucolic valley of Riu , located in the parish of Canillo.
This route through the Natural Park of the Sorteny Valley will take us to the plain and the guarded refuge of Sorteny.
The descent of the Serra de Sauvata by the eastern corridor is an easy route with access from both Canillo and Ordino.
This route through the Sorteny Valley Natural Park will take us to the Borda de Sorteny guarded refuge.