Grandvalira Resorts Andorra
Grandvalira Resorts Andorra is the largest, most modern skiable area in the Pyrenees and one of the largest in Europe, with a total of 308 km of slopes.
A world of varied experiences
Combining the Andorran ski resorts Ordino Arcalís, Pal Arinsal and Grandvalira has opened up a world of varied, fun-packed experiences, a chance to experience snow sports in Andorra to the full and enjoy the magnificent natural setting every day of the year, all with just one pass. The longest skiing season in the Pyrenees and a summer full of activity, sport and nature are to be found at Grandvalira Resorts Andorra.
Our magnificent location, in the Principality of Andorra, and our experience in tourism ensure a wide offer of culture, gastronomy, accommodation and leisure, making us world leaders in mountain experiences. There is always something new to discover in Andorra and in its natural heritage, making it the perfect stage to invite visitors to experience the intensity and magic of our mountains.
We started out in 1956, when the first ski lift was installed. Since then, each year thousands of people choose to visit Andorra for our snow-covered mountains and stunning landscapes, a total of 308 km of slopes, our mild temperatures and frequent sunny days in winter. Today we can feel proud of the state-of-the-art facilities at our resorts: Ordino Arcalís, Pal Arinsal and Grandvalira guarantee snow for over 66% of the skiable area and provide excellent ski and snowboard schools, a wide range of activities, services adapted to the needs of all customers and an innovative and varied culinary menu.
Ski and mountain tourism group
Grandvalira Resorts Andorra is the leading ski and mountain tourism group in the Pyrenees and the South of Europe. It manages all the Andorran ski resorts: Ordino Arcalís, Pal Arinsal and Grandvalira. Around 2.5 million days’ skiing sold per season place it among the top 5 in sales in the skiing world.
Grandvalira Resorts Andorra is motivated by constant research into making the mountains of Andorra a natural area full of experiences, offering the highest quality snow, the most sunny days during winter, and an area packed with activity and sport during the summer. We believe in our natural heritage as a source of profitable business, attracting people to discover new challenges, experience new adventures and create new memories.
The history of Grandvalira Resorts Andorra could not be written without the Grandvalira resort itself, founded in 2003 with the merger of two of the most emblematic resorts in the Pyrenees: Pas de la Casa – Grau Roig (opened in 1956) and Soldeu-El Tarter (opened in 1964). Since then Grandvalira’s progress has served as an international benchmark among the world’s best loved resorts; it is a guarantee of quality, assurance, trust and safety for a group such as Grandvalira Resorts Andorra, which officially came into existence in 2018 with the inclusion of Ordino Arcalís. As of the 2022–23 season, the inclusion of all the country’s ski resorts will become a reality, with the addition of Pal Arinsal. From this point onwards, Grandvalira Resorts Andorra will no longer be just a union of ski resorts, it will be a nationwide project whose aim is to further strengthen the presence of Andorra in the skiing world.
What is included in the Grandvalira pass, Andorra Pass?
Andorra Pass is a pass providing access to the Ordino Arcalís, Pal Arinsal and Grandvalira ski resorts. A total of 308 km of skiable slopes, 216 slopes in total and 124 mechanical ski lifts with a single pass. Andorra Pass is available as a season pass, with limitless access to the longest season in the Pyrenees, and the multi-day pass, which combines days of skiing in the different resorts for two days or more. And it also provides access to the summer lifts and the prestigious Pal Arinsal Bike Park.
What is the Nord Pass?
The Nord Pass provides access to the Ordino Arcalís resort, now a world leader in freeriding, and the family resort of Pal Arinsal, with a total of 93.5 km of skiable slopes and 45 mechanical ski lifts. Nord Pass is available as a season pass and multi-day pass, the latter combining days’ skiing in the two resorts for two days or more. As with the Andorra Pass, it provides access to the summer lifts and the prestigious Pal Arinsal Bike Park.
- The longest season in the Pyrenees: 137 days. (2022)
- 308 kilometres of skiable slopes, the largest skiable area in the Pyrenees and the south of Europe.
- 216 slopes of all levels
- 124 mechanical ski lifts with a capacity to carry 177,235 skiers/hour
- Over 25 adventure activities
- 87 restaurants and dinning options
- 10 ski school centres and over 700 instructors
- Children school: 3 nurseries, 3 child gardens and 10 snow gardens
- Around 2.5 million days’ skiing sold a year
- One of Europe's main ski destinations: Grandvalira is positioned in the TOP 13 in the world ranking of ski days. (2022 International Report on Snow & Mountain Tourism)
- Over 2,500 jobs in winter
- 66% of the skiable area supplied by cultivated snow
- Economic impact of over 420 million euros (2017 data)
- 17% of the gross domestic product of the Principality of Andorra