Grandvalira Resorts is now selling the Andorra Pass, a unique Season Pass which includes all the ski resorts in Andorra, giving a total of 303 km of skiing
Grandvalira Resorts is launching the Early Booking period, allowing you to purchase a single pass for Grandvalira, Ordino Arcalís and now also Pal Arinsal
The Nord Pass, meanwhile, is the new season ticket you’ll need to enjoy the resorts of Pal Arinsal and Ordino Arcalís in both winter and summer
Grandvalira Resorts is launching the new 2022-2023 Season Passes for sale from today. There are three pass options: the Andorra Pass, the Nord Pass and the Mountain Pass.
The main thing that’s new this season is the national ski pass: the Andorra Pass. The national pass includes the three resorts in Andorra and a total of 303 km of skiing, replacing the former Grandvalira Season Pass. The new Nord Pass, meanwhile, gives access to Ordino Arcalís and Pal Arinsal, and includes up to four days of skiing in Grandvalira. Both passes are valid in winter and summer, including access to the Pal Arinsal Bike Park.
Anyone holding a 2021-2022 Season Pass for Grandvalira, Ordino Arcalís, Pal Arinsal, Valls del Nord or Ski Andorra, or a Natura Pass, will enjoy a 5% renewal discount on the purchase of their 2022-2023 season passes.
Grandvalira, Ordino Arcalís and Pal Arinsal are scheduled to open from 2 December to 16 April, weather permitting, although the slopes may open earlier to extend the season if conditions are favourable. The Andorra Pass and the Nord Pass offer users access to the ski areas for 136 days and 20 weekends.
Early Booking, Promo and Full-Price Periods
For the third consecutive year, Grandvalira Resorts has an Early Booking period, which offers the option to purchase Season Passes with a discount of between 10% and 25%, with payment in instalments if topped up or purchased online and a money-back guarantee with early purchase. This period will run until 30 September for non-residents of Andorra and until 15 November for residents. From 1 October, non-residents will enter the traditional Promotional period for Season Pass purchases, which will last until 8 December. From the following day, the Full-Price period will begin and run until the end of the season. For residents of Andorra, the Full-Price period will start on 16 November.
The new Andorra Pass includes the three resorts in Andorra and a total of 303 km of skiing, replacing the former Grandvalira Season Pass. For loyal customers resident in Andorra, the price is €399 during the Early Booking period (until 15 November). Loyal customers not resident in Andorra can purchase it for €722 until 30 September, thus obtaining a saving of more than 25% compared to the Full-Price period. For new customers, the price during this initial period is €420 for residents and €760 for non-residents.
Once the Promo period begins for non-residents, new customers will be able to purchase the Andorra Pass for €820, while the price is €1,095 during the Full-Price period. Finally, new resident customers will be able to purchase the Andorra Pass for €480 during the Full-Price period (from 16 November).
The Andorra Pass now also includes entry to two new top-level resorts in the United States: Deer Valley (Utah) and Steamboat (Colorado). These resorts are added to the extensive list of destinations in Europe, Asia and South America to which season passes already give access, enabling you to enjoy international skiing experiences all year round.
The new Nord Pass joins together the old Ordino Arcalís, Pal Arinsal and Valls del Nord passes, giving unlimited access to the northern ski areas of the country. These passes now also include up to four days skiing in Grandvalira for non-residents and two days for residents.
For loyal customers resident in Andorra, the price is €247 until 15 November, when the rate will be €280 (applying the 5% renewal fee). Loyal customers not resident in Andorra can purchase it for €546, thus obtaining up to 30% discount compared to full price. The promotional price is €612 and the full price from 8 December is €707. For new customers, the price during this initial period is €260 for residents and €295 during the Full-Price period. For non-residents, meanwhile, the prices are €575 during the Early Booking period, €645 during the Promo period and €745 during the Full-Price period.
In the case of the Nord Pass, the programme of international destinations and out-of-resort benefits is also generous and includes renowned resorts such as Verbier (Switzerland), among others.
The Mountain Pass joins together the old Natura Pass and the Season Pass for pedestrians that previously existed within the resorts. The pass allows you to practise alternative snow sports to alpine skiing in the resorts of Grandvalira, Ordino Arcalís, Pal Arinsal and Naturland. Users have daily, unlimited access to the 27 available ski mountaineering routes and areas suitable for snowshoeing, as well as one ascent and one descent per day on a total of 13 lifts. This season ticket now also includes a one-day invitation to ski at any of Andorra’s ski resorts.
The pass includes the first aid service and transfer to the resort’s medical centre in the event of an accident on one of the designated routes or slopes. This pass is valid for both the winter and summer seasons and costs €200. The Mountain Pass can be purchased online on any of the three resort websites.
Online Pass Purchase and Top-Up
To make your experience easier and demonstrate our commitment to the conservation and care of the environment by saving on plastic consumption, Grandvalira Resorts asks all visitors to please reuse and top-up their season tickets online. To do so, login using the code printed on the physical card you used during the 2021-22 season through the following websites:
Use these platforms to top-up your ski pass and you can start skiing on the day the resort opens without having to go through the ticket office.
Anyone holding a Pal Arinsal Season Pass needs to renew the card they used for the 2021-2022 season. You can purchase a pass on the new sales website (https://temporada.palarinsal.com/en) and open a My GrandSki account. You only need to create one account to login to all Grandvalira Resorts websites and applications: Grandvalira, Ordino Arcalís and Pal Arinsal. Once you have registered, you can start your purchase and select the desired products.
The Money-Back Guarantee ensures that 2022-2023 Season Pass customers get to ski or receive their money back. Users who have purchased the Andorra Pass or Nord Pass online before 8 December and have skied less than five days during the season, will be refunded according to the number of days skied.
Grandvalira Resorts undertakes to refund the proportional part of the total amount of the ski pass. In both the Andorra Pass and Nord Pass, the number of days skied will be charged at the day pass price available at the ticket office where the customer skis. Customers can apply for this benefit during the season and until 16 April 2023 via the web form.
Season Ski Pass Advantages
An advantage that the Andorra Pass and the Nord Pass share is the ease of payment. You can pay in three instalments without interest or additional costs. This option means that the ski pass is paid for on the first day of the season. This payment method can be selected for online purchases between 1 September and 8 December.
On purchasing the Andorra Pass or Nord Pass during the Early Booking period, users benefit from the following exclusive advantages:
- 5% discount for renewal
- 10% discount on resort services
- Special friends and family discounts
- Payment in instalments
- Ski guarantee
- Early purchase money-back guarantee
- Special benefits and discounts on services within and outside the resort
- One day pass if you invite a friend
- Grandvalira Resorts offers a free gift (while stocks last) when you purchase one of the 2022-2023 Season Passes
- Entry to the Pal Arinsal Bike Park during the summer season
- Unlimited summer access to lifts in the three resorts