Snowmobiles at Grandvalira
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You can choose between snowmobiling with a guide or following a marked trail alone. Night-time rides are also available on request. Whichever you choose, make sure you don’t miss out on the chance to enjoy an unforgettable experience.
This activity is ideal for those aged 18 plus. As it is relatively simple, kids can also participate if accompanied by an adult. The snowmobiles are stable and manoeuvrable. The professional guide provides all required instructions and explanations and adapts the route’s difficulty depending on rider expertise and preferences. You can even swap drivers half-way through so everyone gets the chance to enjoy the fun of driving. Snowmobile tours are available in the Grau Roig sector. A very complete leisure and adventure space for children and adults that offers a wide variety of activities of all kinds, for all tastes and for all levels.
For children between 3 and 11 years of age, Grandvalira also offers a mini snowmobile circuit that kids can enjoy on their own! This activity is available at Kid Forest and also in the Grau Roig sector.
You can go on guided rides for two people lasting 30, 60 or 120 minutes. Night-time rides for two people lasting 30 and 60 minutes are also available. Finally, kids’ rides last 10 minutes and are for little ones aged six plus accompanied by an adult. Kids aged under six are not allowed to take part in this activity.
The park offers a range of passes so you can really make the most of your time there. The Gold Adult pass includes a 15-minute snowmobile ride for two people as well as an introduction to cross-country skiing, igloo building, archery and access to marked snowshoe trails. The Premium Adult pass includes these activities as well as mushing (dog-powered sledging).
Each pass has to be used on one day only. Equipment is provided and included in the price. Arriving ahead of your activity start time is recommended as if you’re late you will have to join the activity running at the time and won't be able to catch up on any activities you’ve already missed.