SNOWSHOEING AT VALLNORD-PAL ARINSAL
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Discover the forest with silence as your only companion, and with the fauna and flora as the surprise elements. And if you are also accompanied by an expert guide explaining the secrets of nature and the animals that live there, the experience will be an unforgettable one.
Snowshoe circuits in Vallnord-Pal Arinsal
At Vallnord-Pal Arinsal, you'll find 6 routes of various levels scattered over the two sectors: you’ll find five circuits in the Pal sector and one in Arinsal. All the routes are separate from the slopes and are completely marked.
You can do this activity by yourself, following the routes marked by the resort or, if you prefer, accompanied by a specialist guide who will show you all the valley’s secrets as you go! The guided excursions are done for groups of up to six people and last three or six hours.
If you’ve never done snowshoeing, however, there are also group lessons for groups of up to three people.
Finally, the equipment is only included in the group lessons; for other activities, you must either bring it with you, or adults can hire snowshoes from the resort.
More details of the activity
Snowshoeing is an easy activity suitable for people of all ages and physical shape. Weatherproof mountain footwear, sunglasses and gloves are essential!
This activity can also be done during the day, from 9 am to 5 pm, or at night as a night-time activity to get up to the Pla de la Cot restaurant for dinner.
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