The Ordino Arcalís ski area has 30.5 km of pistes. It is north-facing, which favours the quality and the quantity of the snow that the skiers find every season. In recent years, these natural conditions and the hosting of freeride competitions have turned it into an international benchmark for off-piste skiing.
Ordino Arcalís has all the equipment and facilities to turn your day of skiing into a fantastic experience. Whether you are with your family, friends or your partner, make the most of the activities, the facilities and the quality of the pistes.
Take a quick look at the graphic on our website to see all the practical information about Ordino Arcalís. There, you’ll find the conditions of the slopes, the snowfall, live webcams, etc. You can also check the weather forecast.
Ordino Arcalís has 30.5 km of marked pistes: 11 yellow, 2 black, 9 green and 7 blue. The resort opens at the start of December and will remain open until the end of the season at the end of April.
A full part of the Grandvalira Resorts, Ordino Arcalís also has its own season ski pass. The season pass includes invitations to ski at other European and international resorts. You can also enjoy the Valls del Nord season pass, which grants you unlimited use of the two Valls del Nord resorts: Ordino Arcalís, in Ordino, and Vallnord-Pal Arinsal, in La Massana.
In addition to normal day passes, Ordino Arcalís also offers a wide range of multi-day packages and passes, with special prices that can include accommodation and other services.
The most alpine resort in Andorra offers its visitors a wide range of services, such as a school with professional instructors specialising in the different on and off-piste ski methods and snowboarding. There are also shops where you can buy or hire equipment.
As for food and drink and entertainment, Ordino Arcalís has an updated range of eateries, including cafés and restaurants with a warm and welcoming atmosphere. It also benefits from children’s areas, a crèche, Wi-Fi zones and a full programme of activities for non-skiers.
To get to Ordino Arcalís, there is a bus service that will take you to the resort. If you like public transport, there is an extensive network of bus routes that run through most towns. If you prefer to do it your own way without having to worry about timetables, you can hire a rental car or use a taxi.
If you decide to get around Andorra using public transport, check the bus lines to plan your trips properly. Apart from being the most economic option, services run every day.
All the bus lines will take you to the main towns in each parish, and some go to valleys further away. Depending on where you want to go, you should take into account that the greater the distance, the less frequent the service. This means frequency can vary from every 20 minutes to one every hour.
Download the handy PDF on our website with all the information on routes, stops and timetables. Do you enjoy driving and want to get around on your own? Then you need a rental car. Car rental agencies in Andorra have offices in most towns.
Our Ordino Arcalís resort boasts five adapted circuits with varying degrees of difficulty. The La Coma circuit is for beginners and passes next to a ski slope, whereas the Les Portelles circuit is medium-level and crosses the ski slope three times. Our Vallnord-Pal Arinsal resort offers no less than seven circuits across all difficulty levels – they’re all clearly signposted and marked to ensure visitor safety at all times. Four circuits are for beginners, one is of medium-level difficulty and two circuits are for advanced users, featuring more obstacles than the rest. In addition, both the Ordino Arcalís and Vallnord-Pal Arinsal resorts include expert guides, who will gladly show you the routes of your chosen circuit, provide useful recommendations and ensure you follow all safety and security standards. And as a fun bonus, our more tech-savvy visitors will love our brand-new smartphone apps! There’s an app available for each resort, and the apps help you choose the circuit that’s best for you as well as featuring a built-in timer so you can see how long it takes you to complete it. Try competing with friends and family or beat your own high-score!
The Vallnord Ordino Arcalis ski resort (or commonly known as Ordino Arcalis) is located in the Ordino Valley, and together with Pal Arinsal, from Vallnord, in Andorra. The resort's northeast orientation helps to maintain a good snow quality throughout the winter and allows good skiing even at the end of it. Another reason for the conservation of the snow along its 30 kilometres of ski runs is located at a very high altitude, between 1,940m and 2,625m of altitude. Yes, usually it is a little colder than the rest of the Andorran resorts like Pal Arinsal or the ski resorts that are near, like Grandvalira.
Vallnord Ordino Arcalís is environment-friendly, not only for the way in which it is integrated into the Pyrenees mountains, but by the fact that it has accommodations around the ski tracks. This may be a minor inconvenience for skiers that are used to stay near the slopes, but also part of its charm. You can easily find accommodation in nearby towns like El Serrat, just 5 kilometres away or Ordino, located 13 kilometres from the resort and where most of hotels are concentrated in the region.
You will find all the information you need to know about this ski resort on the Ordino Arcalís official website: from information on how to get to Ordino Arcalís to details about its services and tracks, allowing you to choose the best option for you!
Ordino Arcalís is a versatile resort. It has spaces for all levels and offers a wide variety of areas to practice various forms of skiing and snowboarding, and especially for the practice of extreme skiing. As we have highlighted before, its charm lies in the ease with which it is built into the mountain, respecting the environment and the landscape. Need some proof as to why Ordino Arcalís is considered a world-class ski resort that should be taken into account when choosing where to go skiing? It has excellent snow quality, it’s ideal for beginners and experts alike, and it has convenient and safe family ski areas.
In terms of Ordino Arcalís slopes, we have an interactive map available for users here.
With the Ordino Arcalís pass, you get unlimited access to all the resort’s facilities. Ordino Arcalís has 30.5 skiable kilometres, 5 mountain skiing Ordino Arcalís circuits, 3.4 km of marked freeride routes and more than 120 that are unmarked.
Buy your day or multi-day pass online. And if you prefer, you can also get the Multi-day 2 Resort Pass, which will allow you to visit the Grandvalira resort during your stay at Ordino Arcalís.
Day and multi-day passes are available for the 2021 - 2022 season, which runs from 27 November 2021 to 18 April 2022, provided weather conditions allow it. Buying a multi-day ski pass, you have the option of skiing Ordino Arcalís one or more days in Grandvalira. With this ski pass you will be able to discover Grandvalira, the largest resort in Southern Europe, and Ordino Arcalís, the renowned station with the best snow in the country.
Skiing is an activity which can be enjoyed by all, regardless of their physical condition. It is for this reason that we at Grandvalira try to bring the mountain and snow to everyone, including those who suffer from any kind of physical or mental difficulty. We also offer a range of special prices for disabled guests, with discounts ranging from:
For people with disabilities of 33% or more: 20% off the standard retail price (applicable to one or several day forfaits and to the season pass). For the blind: only the blind skier pays, there is no charge for the companion (in the case that the person requires a companion). To benefit from special prices, you must directly go to one of our ticket offices and present the document accrediting the disability.
From 9am to 5pm, from Monday to Sunday. To contact the Ordino Arcalís team, we recommend that you fill in the following form. Our team will get back to you as soon as possible.
Check the season calendar online when planning your visit. Note that information in the season calendar is subject to weather conditions and dates are subject to possible changes.
Location and contact
(+376) 739 firstname.lastname@example.org https://www.ordinoarcalis.com/
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