Grandvalira – the largest ski area in the Iberian Peninsula
After installation of the first ski lift in Andorra on top of the Coll Blanc in Pas de la Casa in 1956, more mountain slopes were developed over the years with a multitude of lifts and runs on both sides of the ski resort of Pas de la Casa-Grau Roig. This is where the first snow cannons were found in the Pyrenees in the 1980s.
In 2003, the long-awaited joining of the two ski resorts of Pas de la Casa-Grau Roig und Soldeu-el Tarter took place. This resulted in Grandvalira, the largest ski network in the Pyrenees. The region now consists of a total of 6 ski areas with 65 lifts, 118 runs totaling 210 km, 4 snow parks, a freestyle academy, a family park, 6 free-ride zones, 9 à la carte restaurants, 40 self-serve restaurants, bars and much more. Over 1,000 snow cannons provide optimal snow conditions, covering 43 % of the total ski network, and perfect connections between the ski areas.