By 4x4 or snowmobile
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In Grandvalira, the snow bike trails are available in Grandvalira-Grau Roig circuit. It is an activity for both adults and children, although always accompanied by an adult.
Ordino Arcalís is another resort where you can get an adrenaline rush on a snowmobile. This northern resort offers excursions accompanied by a guide or driver, or you can even drive the snowmobile yourself if you prefer!
Naturland offers snow bike excursions adapted to groups or individuals. Excursions last from 30 to 60 minutes and allow you to enjoy speed surrounded by nature.
Drive a 4x4 with the Land Rover Experience at Grandvalira
If you’d like to learn how to drive on ice or in adverse conditions, this is the circuit for you. Defender Below Zero is a course that will teach you how to drive defensively and control your vehicle in any situation you may encounter on the road, such as snow, ice, rain, and more. You’ll acquire unique and highly valuable knowledge that will help you to stay calm and drive like a consummate professional.
Culinary excursions at night
MORE FUN ACTIVITIES...
Do you like to ski? Then don't miss out on Grandvalira's special ski circuits! There are circuits for all levels that enable you to cross entire sectors on your own two feet!
Snow driving is a learning programme that includes a new concept from the ice driving school.
At the “sublime point” of Ordino Arcalís ski resort, you will find the Arcalís 91 sculpture .
The La Font de la Navina viewpoint is at an altitude of 1,800 metres on the CS-340, at Km 3 in the parish of Ordino.
ROUTES WORTH TRYING...
This route is a great way to discover the Coma Estremera (approx. 300 metres’ altitude difference and approx. 5 kilometres in length).
The descent is an easy route located at the intermediate stop on the Funicamp from Encamp or at the end of the road to els Cortals d'Encamp.
It's a walk of little more than 9 km in the surrounding area of the village of Arinsal, in the parish of La Massana.
At 3 kilometres in length and with an altitude difference of 200 metres, this is an ideal snowshoe route for beginners .
La Portella Blanca is the geographic point that separates the states of Andorra, France and Spain . It is marked with a granite monolith.