HIKING IN VALLNORD- PAL ARINSAL
Location and contact
All itineraries pass though the Vallnord's Pal-Arinsal resort (specifically, the Pal sector), and some of them reach the parish of La Massana: this year several communal routes have been added in this parish.
There are different-level routes suitable for all ages. They're all duly equipped and signposted so that you'll always be able to find all of the information you need: distance, route duration, elevation, seating areas, and stretches where caution is advised.
A few of the routes:
The most popular routes are: the TCB line path, the Serra II path, the Pla de la Cot, the Sobirans and Vedat routes.
More information below:
If you're an expert hiker and you're not afraid of long walks, the Vedat and TCB routes will be just right for you: they're 3,510 m and 3,670 m long, respectively, with a positive elevation of 720 metres. Since the route is somewhat demanding, you'll find several seating areas so that you can get your strength back before resuming the route.
If, on the other hand, you prefer an intermediate or easy-level outing, the best options are either the Pla de la Cot or the Sobirans routes, which are 1,703 and 2,500 metres long, with an elevation of 180 metres, or the Serra II route, which is only 816 metres long and whose elevation is 102 m.
Hiking routes can only be enjoyed in spring, as long as there's no snow on the paths.
All you need to enjoy Vallnord-Pal Arinsal are two feet!
MORE FUN ACTIVITIES...
At the Coll de la Botella vantage point, not only will you enjoy panoramic views of the La Massana valley, you’ll also get to see the peaks of our neighbouring country!
We will leave Andorra la Vella and Escaldes-Engordany for the Northern Valleys and formed by the parishes of La Massana and Ordino.
Try mountain pétanque at Vallnord Mountain Park and enjoy this traditional game like never before.
This year, Vallnord Mountain Park is featuring a pedal car circuit so little ones can put their agility skills to the test!
The association Taula Nacional de falles de les Valls d'Andorra has been responsible for the falles festival ever since it was recovered in 1987
ROUTES WORTH TRYING...
This route will take us through the Collada de Muntaner natural pass to the Catalan village of Ós de Civís, to the Serra d’Enclar,
Comapedrosa is home to Aurelio's rock lizard, a native species of reptile that's sick and needs help. Will you be the one to save it?
A very tough route, both technically and physically, that takes us to the area of the Cortals de Sispony
Starts on the CG-4 in Erts (1,340 m) and finishes on the CS-420, in the Vallnord-Pal Arinsal ski resort (1.900 m).
Route covers the whole of the CS-310 from Anyós crossroads (1,201m) to the Collada de Beixalís (1,796m).