With more than 300 km of slopes in Grandvalira Resorts Andorra. Come and explore it!

Grandvalira Resorts Andorra

Imagine being able to ski all over Andorra with just one pass. Now that Andorra’s three ski resorts have joined forces, you can do just that! Ordino Arcalís (30.5 km), Pal Arinsal (63 km) and Grandvalira (215 km) have teamed up to create Grandvalira Resorts Andorra, the largest ski resort in the Pyrenees. With more than 300 km of slopes, it’s one of the largest and most complete in Europe.

A world of experiences, fun and adventure awaits you and the whole family at Grandvalira Resorts Andorra. With just a single ski pass, you can access every part of the multi-resort area and enjoy unlimited lift access and activities in winter as well as summer.


By constantly innovating to improve its facilities, Grandvalira Resorts Andorra can guarantee snow in more than 60% of its ski areas, which, together with an abundance of sunny winter days, makes Andorra the ideal ski destination.

  • More than 300 km of skiable slopes

With a total skiable area of 308 km, you can enjoy more than 200 slopes for all levels distributed throughout its three resorts (Pal Arinsal, Ordino Arcalís and Grandvalira). Just pick the slope that’s right for you, and you’re off! The choice ranges from slopes for beginners, to circuits and areas for kids and slopes for expert skiers.

  • Ski schools and crèches

Whether you want an introduction to skiing or snowboarding or to perfect your technique, Grandvalira Resorts Andorra offers options for all ages and levels, with specialised instructors and innovative systems and courses. For the little ones, there are crèches and snow gardens throughout the multi-resort area.

  • Activities in the snow

Grandvalira Resorts Andorra offers a wealth of activities for all ages and levels that will make your day in the snow unforgettable!  Snowmobile excursions, snowshoeing, ski mountaineering, zip-lining, driving a MoonBike and night-time activities with moonlight dinners... these are just a small sample of what's on offer.

  • The best après ski atmosphere

Just because the slopes close for the day doesn't mean the fun has to end, as a range of après ski options awaits you. Of particular note is Abarset, located at the foot of the slopes of Grandvalira’s Tarter sector: it’s a bistro restaurant in the purest alpine style that also boasts an entertainment space with great live music. Don't miss out!


Grandvalira Resorts Andorra is also open in summer, offering more than 300 km of fun, adventure and, above all, lots of nature!

  • Make your way, step by step

If you love hiking, throughout Grandvalira Resorts Andorra there are many routes of all difficulty levels to choose from, including trails that pass through forests, paths along lakes and rivers, ascents to mountain peaks, and more. You can even spend the night in one of the many mountain refuges in the area. Our team of experienced mountain guides are happy to accompany you on your adventures.

  • Feel the adrenaline at the Pal Arinsal Bike Park

Summer is the best time to enjoy the Pal Arinsal Bike Park! Covering an area of more than 60 km², the park offers 32 special circuits where you can practice cross-country, enduro, four-cross and more. For kids, there is the Fun Zone: an area with different sections specially designed for children who want to take their first steps in the sport and conquer their first obstacles and curves!

  • Activity parks for all the family

In summer, the resorts also offer a wide range of activities for all the family! There are lots of exciting activities to choose from at Mon(t) Magic Family Park in Grandvalira-Canillo and Mountain Park in Pal Arinsal. The options range from the Màgic Gliss alpine slide to archery and paddle boats... the choice is yours! Find out more about all the activities available.


Enjoy the best in alpine cuisine at Grandvalira Resorts Andorra, where you'll find something to suit every taste amidst breathtaking settings. There are fast-food restaurants, themed cuisine, traditional alpine dishes, grill restaurants, special meal options (vegetarian, gluten-free and lactose-free) and a number of gourmet establishments offering more sophisticated dishes. The most renowned restaurants in the multi-resort area are Borda de la Coma and Refugi de Sorteny in Ordino Arcalís; Pla de la Cot and Coll de la Botella in Pal Arinsal; and Els 3 Estanys, Arrosseria Pi de Migdia and Roc de les Bruixes (among others) in Grandvalira. Additionally, at all of these establishments you can complement your dining experience with night-time activities such as snowshoeing, ski mountaineering or a ride in a snowcat or snowmobile.


  • Andorra Pass


You only need one pass to access Grandvalira Resorts Andorra: the Andorra Pass. This exclusive pass gives you access to all the ski resorts and lifts in the area as well as the 60+ km of the Pal Arinsal Bike Park, both in winter and in summer. Access to the Bike Park is only included with the season pass. The Andorra Pass is offered as an annual pass (for the whole season) or, if you only want to use it during your holiday, it’s also available as a multi-day pass (for two days or more) providing access to all of the resorts.

  • Nord Pass


There is also a single ski pass for those who only want to visit the ski resorts in the northern valleys: the Nord Pass. This pass gives you access to the Pal Arinsal and Ordino Arcalís (a major international destination for freeride) resorts, together covering an area of more than 90 km, as well as all their ski lifts, in both winter and summer. It’s available as a season pass or multi-day pass (minimum of two days or more). The Nord Pass also includes access to the renowned Pal Arinsal Bike Park (only in season pass format).


Grandvalira Resorts Andorra puts more than 120 ski lifts and other equipment at your disposal to help you move around and explore the different sectors.

The services and facilities available throughout the multi-resort area include Wi-Fi, toilets, shops, equipment hire, parking, lockers and more. The vast majority of the access points are adapted for use by disabled visitors.

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