Grandvalira Resorts

Grandvalira Resorts consists of two ski resorts: Grandvalira and Ordino Arcalis.

One ski pass grants access to 240 km of ski slopes.


With its 210 kilometers of skiable area and 128 slopes designed for all levels, Grandvalira is the largest ski resort in the Pyrenees and across Southern Europe. The skiable area is over 1,900 hectares, equipped to transport over 100,000 skiers per hour to its 19 green, 49 blue, 42 red and 18 black slopes. Grandvalira offers night time skiing at the foot of the slopes at Pas de la Casa, where the ski slope is illuminated Thursdays and Saturdays from 5pm-9pm.

Grandvalira is located in the north of the Principality of Andorra,- next to the border with France. The resort consists of varying parts of two of the parishes in Andorra (Encamp and Canillo), and is made up of six sections that joined together to create one ski zone in 2003: Pas de la Casa, Grau Roig, Soldeu, El Tarter, Canillo and Encamp.


Regular international competitions that take place in Grandvalira are: the Alpine Skiing European Cup Finals, the Total Fight Masters of Freestyle, the Flying Kilometer World Cup,- and the World Cup Women Alpine Skiing organized by the FIS Ski World Cup Racing.


Grandvalira offers a wide range of activities for families with children, like Mont Magic in Canillo, which includes one of the longest children's theme slopes in Europe, and Imaginarium Circuits and Park with a route for snowmobiles, zip lines, snow tubbing lanes, jumps and lots of other surprises.


For Freestyle lovers, Grandvalira offers three exciting snowparks with various zones suitable for all levels, from beginners to experts,- even at night time. If you want to venture into freestyle, the monitors at the Grandvalira school can offer you the chance to have a go and do your first tricks in total safety.


Furthermore, Grandvalira offers a wide range of restaurants spread across the entire area,- allowing visitors to choose anything from the finest cuisines to suit all tastes, needs and budgets. Enjoy your meal on an open-air terrace showcasing panoramic views of the Andorran Pyrenees or dine next to the warmth of a cozy fireplace in a traditional mountain hut. 


Eventhalia organizes daytime and night-time events, activities, excursions and more, for companies wishing to reward and motivate teamwork or strengthen the bonds between management and staff,- or company and clients.


Some of the events include snowmobiles, panoramic helicopter flights, paintball, igloo building, snow tubing, mushing, zip-lines, paragliding flights and night time skiing.


The Mountain Restaurant a unique venue for incentive groups is located at almost 2,400 m above sea level in the Grau Roig area. The restaurant offers a delicatessen menu to its clients.

Arcalis is skiing and snowboarding up to extreme sports such as speedriding or heliskiing

Established in 1983 thanks to its northerly orientation, the resort can open earlier allowing for a longer season. The Arcalis resort offers 442 hectares of ski area with 30 km of slopes. The difference in altitude at Arcalis ranges from 1,940 m to 2,650 m and visitors can enter the resort at two different points. At the heart of the resort is undoubtedly its spectacular winter season of events and competitions, both national and international. The most outstanding are the Freeride World Tour, the Ski Mountaineering World Cup, the SBX European Cup, the Borrufa Trophy and the FIS downhill ski trials.

Arcalis is the perfect setting for all kinds activities, from classic snowmobile excursions to more extreme experiences such as speedriding or heliskiing. Speedriding is a combination of skiing and paragliding and courses and flights are offered in tandem. Heliskiing is the utmost in freeriding. A helicopter takes clients up to the summit so they can ski back down on pure virgin snow, accompanied by expert guides.

Clients can learn how to drive a snowmobile or take a ride on the GicaFer, a Caterpillar vehicle that provides themed and guided tours combined with high altitude gourmet dinners.


The Arcalis resort offers special ways to enjoy the area allowing you to discover its more unfamiliar spots and wonderful night-time experiences, such as spending the night in a luxury American Airstream trailer in the heart of the Pyrenees mountains at 2,200 m above sea level.


At Arcalis, the Ford Logic Drive Arcalís snow-driving circuit, with the support of Ford, is located permanently at the entrance of the resort. It's spacious area devoted exclusively to this activity allows clients to feel the thrill of driving on a wide range of snow-driving courses. It can also be used for corporate incentive activities and for official presentations of new vehicle models.


Arcalís offers a very wide range of food and drink. At 2,552 m above sea level, the menu features high quality, traditonal, Pyrenees cooking combined with the incredible scenery that surrounds this remarkable mountain refuge. After an evening's excursion in a Giant Sledge, clients can dine on culinary specialties such as fondues and delicious steaks.

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