The activity is suitable for all ages, no training or lessons are needed and all levels can participate. You can choose how difficult and long you want your route to be according to your ability.

Snowshoeing can be done with or without a guide. If you prefer doing your own thing, you can find out about the snowshoeing routes available.

At the Ordino Arcalís resort, there are three snowshoeing routes with easy, medium and difficult levels of difficulty, located in the area of la Coma perfect for doing as a family!

Grandvalira resort also has 4 public trails and routes. The routes start at El Forn (Grandvalira-Canillo) and the adventure centre (Grandvalira-Grau Roig). Snowshoeing trips can last one, two, three or five hours.

In Vallnord-Pal Arinsal, there are also six snowshoeing routes spread across the Pal and Arinsal sectors, where there will be excursions you won’t want to miss this winter.

Naturlandia also has snowshoeing trails so all ages can enjoy the nature and landscapes of La Rabassa. Snowshoeing equipment can be hired at the resorts.

Here are some handy tips to read before you set off. Regarding what to wear, undergarments in wicking fabrics are recommended, as are comfortable, practical clothes which are easy to move in and can cope with whatever the weather may throw at you. Sunglasses (Category 3 or 4) are essential, as is sunblock. Before going snowshoeing, consider checking the weather in your destination.

The snow cover in Andorra means a wide range of activities to suit all tastes can be enjoyed. If snowshoeing isn’t your thing, there is plenty more to do! Ski resorts offer multi-activity passes including igloo buildingsnowmobiling, mushing, snow tubing, zip wiringice karting and many others both in and out of the snow. All are absolute must-do!