Skiing in Naturland


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Ctra. de la Rabassa, Camp Base de Naturland
La Rabassa

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Check here for detailed and up-to-date information on the resort for nordic skiing in Naturland, the only one of its kind in Andorra

At you can access detailed and up-to-date information on the slope conditions in Andorra, with images taken by live webcams at each resort. Of course, you’ll also find information on Naturland, the only resort in Andorra dedicated to cross-country skiing. The website features lots of information, such as access conditions, snow depth and other info you’ll want to know before leaving for your destination.

The Naturland webcam offers live images that are updated almost every minute. It gives you a small window into this skiing resort, letting you know what the sky’s looking like, snow levels and slope occupancy. The images show two sectors: one at 1,600 metres and one at 2,000 metres. At the bottom of each image, you’ll see the recording details with the date and time indicated.

You’ll also be able to consult up-to-date information on the resort, including the percentage of slopes open, for instance, showing them with a coloured circle. You’ll also see the conditions of the slope access points and a reference to the current climate at each resort. Finally, it also tells you today's expected maximum and minimum temperatures. The information on snow type and thickness is essential information for all skiers.

The leisure park itself, found in the parish of Sant Julià de Lòria, covers a full 800 hectares in the middle of a forest in the La Rabassa region and is open all year round, with plenty of activities for visitors to experience, come rain or shine. The park is divided into two separate spaces of different altitudes. The esplanade with the main rides can found at 1,600 m (5,250 ft) above sea level, whereas the space at 2,000 m (6,560 ft) above sea level is home to the starting point of many of the circuits.

Cross-country ski in Naturland

Lovers of Nordic skiing in Andorra won't want to miss the only resort in the Principality that specialises in this discipline. It’s a unique space, as the slopes are inside a multifunctional enclosure, whose main function is as an eco-park and adventure park. The cross-country trails are in the highest area, located about 2,000 metres above sea level, with parking available for visitors. The sector provides all the basic services that cross-country skiers need, including equipment rental, a café, and with a restaurant with a varied menu of grilled meats and mountain cuisine.

The resort even has its own ski club and a school, whose instructors offer courses for all levels with different durations. You can enjoy an intensive course over several days, perfect for visitors from other parts of Andorra or other countries. You’ll also find guided excursions with instructors from the centre.

The 1,600 metre section is perfect for recreational purposes. Although there are other entertaining activities, such as the sleds and the Tobotronc in the Naturland upper sector, the area at 1,600 metres is devoted to the adventure park, and doesn’t have any cross-country skiing tracks. Some of the attractions you’ll find in this area are the Airtrekk, consisting of a wooden structure 45-feet high to put your sense of balance to the test, and Forestline. Further information can be found on the park's website.

Activities at Naturland

The second unmissable experience at Naturland is Airtrekk, a unique aerial circuit designed to test the balance of children and adults alike. Don’t worry, it’s 100% safe and secure! Harnesses will keep users in place, and a rock-solid safety guide is in use to ensure everyone feels safe  while having a great time. The route is built on a 13.5 m (44 ft) high wooden structure, with no less than 54 obstacles and its Airtrekk’s own zip line measuring 180 m (5,900 feet) in length.

The little ones are of course more than welcome at Naturland! They can enjoy our pony rides and our kid-sized toboggans. There are some sporty activities for them too, such as archery, or they can unleash their inner creativity in our face-painting workshops.

But that’s not all! In the same sector 2000 you can also take part in other activities such as skimo, Moon Bikes, N’boscat, Snow Scooters, the Sled Adventure Tour and Nordic sleds, among other things.

Real time information

Activities at Naturland are greatly affected by weather conditions and we always recommend our visitors to check the official website while planning their trip to ensure all the activities and facilities you’re excited about are open and operational before you set off. The best way to do this is to visit the official website of Meteo Naturland, where you can check current weather conditions in real-time on both levels (1,600 meters and 2,000 meters). Webcam views are constantly updated and they really are the best way to get a feel for the current climate on-site before you travel.

Additional information that’s available to visitors are updated stats on temperature levels, wind speed and direction, and the true temperature sensation taking into account other climatological factors. There’s even a handy link to Andorra’s official weather forecast, updated daily! All the key information at your fingertips, available whenever you need it.

Ski passes and tickets

The park offers a variety of tickets. First of all, the season pass gives you access to the 15 km of cross-country ski slopes found at the resort, while also allowing you to try the skimo and snowshoeing circuits, among a wide range of other offers and promotions. You can also purchase a single-day pass for any of the three activities. If cross-country skiing is all you want to do, we also have the La Rabassa pass which, in addition to the ski pass, also includes rental of the ski equipment, one and a half hour guided snowshoeing tour, and a one-hour group class with a monitor, as well as a whole host of benefits.

For the other activities, you can also purchase an Aventura or Aventura + ticket, which give you access to almost all activities at 1600 metres and some at 2000 metres; and, for the little ones, there is the Naturkids or  Naturland Kids ticket for access to the Airtrekkids, the ponies, etc., at 1600 metres; and to the sledges and snowshoe circuits, among others, at 2000 metres. This pass is only available for children aged 3 to 6 years old.Check the terms and conditions in the centre.

Mountain Pass:

If cross-country skiing is your activity of choice, then the Mountain Pass is the perfect option for you. With this global pass, you'll be able to practice skimo or snowshoeing at all of the resorts in the Principality: Grandvalira, Ordino Arcalís, Pal Arinsal and Naturland, you decide!  In addition, this pass also allows you to use some of the resorts’ ski lifts, with one cable car return trip per day and per lift included, while you’ll also be granted access to special routes designed just for this activity.

However, all other activities, such as the Moonbikes,  Snow Scooters, ski classes and night-time experiences are not included in these special passes, although all activities may be purchased individually.

Request more information about these and other promotions at Naturland, and make sure to check the schedules and availability before coming.

Access and more information 

The first level of Naturland (at 1,600 m or 5,250 ft above sea level) is 8 km (5 mi) from the centre of Sant Julià de Lòria and can be accessed from the Carretera de la Rabassa. Visitors without a private vehicle can access the park using the Quart Bus public transport service, with stops at both levels of the park.

Reservations and full pricing can be accessed here. Tickets can be bought for access to a number of activities in the park all at once, or for individual activities. We recommend booking your accommodation at the same time as your access to Naturland to save time and for greater convenience.

Opening times and calendar

Naturland opens during the winter season (from the end of November or early December until the middle of April) from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. and, during the summer season (from the end of June until the beginning of September), from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. During spring and autumn, it opens only on weekends, from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. in spring, and from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. in autumn.

The centre will be closed throughout the month of April.

We also recommend having a look at our Calendar and Schedules section, which displays up-to-date information on the park’s open days throughout the year. Plan in advance to avoid disappointment!

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