SKIING IN VALLNORD-PAL ARINSAL
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At Vallnord-Pal Arinsal, like every year, millions of adventures await you, so that you can get the most out of being in the snow.
Pick either of the two season passes, Ski & Bike or Ski & Nature – they are valid throughout the year – or the Day Pass, valid for just one day, and don’t miss out on any of the activities the resort offers!
Choose from a wide range of options with something for everyone, such as snowmobile excursions, flying down the slope on a sled, descending on a snow snake, cycling on a snowtrike or sailing down from six metres up on the Big Zip! There are loads of options to pick from!
You will also have a selection of restaurants, whether you’d like to have a sit-down meal or just a quick bite, with free WiFi throughout the resort where you can refuel.
These are just some of the many things you can enjoy at Vallnord-Pal Arinsal. Come, try and repeat!
MORE FUN ACTIVITIES...
At the Vallnord Mountain Park Pekepark, kids will enjoy their time off like never before and use up some of their boundless energy!
Put your cleverness and skill to the test and find your way out of the maze at the Vallnord Mountain Park!
With this treasure hunt designed for the whole family, you’ll have a great time discovering the most iconic areas of La Massana.
The Boris I, King of Andorra Escape Game combines fiction and reality with this character whose goal was to change the future of the Principality in the 1930s.
Vallnord's Mountain Park has an entire fleet of 4x4 two-seater buggies, with 4-stroke engines and hydraulic brakes so that you're always in full control.
ROUTES WORTH TRYING...
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?
If you like the long high-mountain stages, The Giants of the Three Nations is perfect for you! You’ll tour our neighbouring nations in just under a week!
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).
A very tough route, both technically and physically, that takes us to the area of the Cortals de Sispony