LONGER SKI DAYS
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If you feel your days skiing are nowhere long enough for you, Grandvalira gives you the chance to make the most of your days in the snow. This season, the resort has chosen to extend its operating hours so you can enjoy your favourite sport to the fullest. You’ll have the La Solana slope in Pas de la Casa just for you.
Two days a week, Thursday and Saturday, La Solana will have night-time lighting and access to the cable car from 5 pm to 8 pm, weather permitting. To go night skiing in the Pas de la Casa sector of Grandvalira, you’ll need to have a valid ski pass for the day.
Once you’re done skiing, you’ll have plenty of après-ski options to round off your fantastic experience: a drink at L’Abarset, together with a dinner at the resort itself.
Make your day in the snow last as long as you can!
MORE FUN ACTIVITIES...
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ROUTES WORTH TRYING...
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