TUBING RUN IN VALLNORD-PAL ARINSAL
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Doughnuts are an activity for children and adults alike at the Vallnord-Pal Arinsal resort.
To take part in this activity, you just need to lie down on an giant inner tube and hold on tight as you fly downhill! It’s also a great activity to do with friends or as a couple, since the inner tubes are big enough to hold two people. You’ll be able to do the activity by yourself or accompanied by whomever you’d like!
Children can also fly downhill by themselves if they want, as long as they’re at least 135 cm tall. Children under the age of 5 must always be accompanied by an adult.
This activity is available all year round. During the winter months, you can find it in the Pal sector, next to the sledge tracks. In summer, however, it’s part of Vallnord Mountain Park and can be enjoyed in Plaça de la Caubella, next to the Kids Bike Park.
This year, don’t miss out and try tubing at Vallnord!
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