BY 4X4 OR SNOWMOBILE
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In Grandvalira, the snow bike trails are available in Grandvalira-Grau Roig circuit. It is an activity for both adults and children, although always accompanied by an adult.
What’s more, Grandvalira also has a Land Rover circuit for driving on the snow at the Soldeu sector, in Pla dels Piolets. You can drive around in a 4X4 on the snow!
The two ski resorts of the north valleys, also offer snowmobile excursions. At both Vallnord-Pal Arinsal and Ordino Arcalís, you can experience the adrenaline rush and thrilling speed of this activity. Guides or drivers are available to accompany you or, if you prefer, you can drive the snowmobile yourself!
Naturland offers snow bike excursions adapted to groups or individuals. Excursions last from 30 to 60 minutes and allow you to enjoy speed surrounded by nature.
Routes lasting up to 3 hours are organised from Grandvalira or Naturland. Or if you prefer, there are night-time departures with dinner at the end of the trail.
MORE FUN ACTIVITIES...
Delve into the world of Zen relaxation and prepare for an unforgettable spiritual voyage .
The La Massana Cultural Route covers the historical centres of La Massana and the most representative villages of the valley
The Palau de Gel gives you the chance to have a great time driving a kart in the company of whoever you want to bring with you. Have you tried it yet?
This summer, challenge your friends to give archery a go at Vallnord Mountain Park!
On this route, you’ll discover all the secrets and historical facts about La Massana, one of the parishes with the richest cultural heritage in the country. Would you like to join us?
ROUTES WORTH TRYING...
With a medium level of difficulty, the Bordes del Ensegur hiking route takes you through the incredible Ordino valleys.
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).
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?
Don’t miss this interpretative circuit and discover the most fun side of Comapedrosa Nature Park! You can find one of the seven hidden tamarros!