What is Mountain Pass?

The Mountain Pass season pass makes it possible to access the trails set up for these sports and to use certain lifts, with one ascent and one descent per day.

  • At Ordino Arcalís, the Tristaina gondola.
  • At Pal Arinsal, the La Massana gondola, Els Orriols gondola in Arinsal, Arinsal-Pal cable car, La Tossa ski lift and the Pla de la Cot conveyor belt.   
  • At Grandvalira, these lifts are the Canillo gondola, the El Tarter gondola, the Soldeu gondola, the Els Pioners gondola (Pas de la Casa), the Funicamp, the Montmalús surface lift and the Xavi chairlift.

The Mountain Pass also includes first-aid service and transfer to the resort’s medical centre in case of accidents on the trails and slopes set up for these sports.

Prices Mountain Pass 2024 - 2025

Season Mountain Pass €165Online
Day Ski Pass Mountain Pass Adult (price 2023-24)€16,50Online

Mountain Pass advantages

  • Unlimited access to the gondola lifts in different sectors and ski stations. 
  • 10% discount on certain services at Grandvalira, Ordino Arcalís, and Pal Arinsal. 
  • Unlimited access during station opening hours from 9 AM to 5 PM, and outside station opening hours from 7 AM to 9 AM.

Ski mountaineering itineraries in Andorra

With Mountain Pass you can go ski mountaineering and snowshoeing in the resorts of Ordino Arcalís, Pal Arinsal and Grandvalira. Below, you can consult the itineraries for each of the resorts.

Related questions

Where can I buy the Mountain Pass?

You can buy the Mountain Pass at the website: www.temporada.grandvaliraresorts.com, at the Grandvalira Resorts stand in the Illa Carlemany shopping centre, or at any of the resort’s ticket offices (once the slopes are open).

Where can I collect the Mountain Pass?

You can pick it up at any Grandvalira ticket office from the opening of the slopes, or at the Grandvalira Resorts stand or any of the resort's ticket offices.

Why do I need a pass to practice mountain skiing or snowshoeing?

The number of mountain skiers at the resorts is growing, which is why Ski Andorra has established some rules of conduct to practice this sport in a conscientious, cautious, and orderly manner. It’s important to know the marked routes and the recommended times for mountain skiing outside the public opening hours.