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Skiing in Soldeu

01 January 0001

When staying in Soldeu, you will be skiing in the Grandvalira ski area – the largest ski area in the Pyrenees. The Grandvalira ski area not only encompasses the village of Soldeu but also Pas Le Casa and El Tarter, from which you can access Grandvalira’s extensive 210km of skiing. This is fantastic for skiers staying in Soldeu as your lift pass provides access to all three resorts and a huge variety of skiing. The three bases of Soldeu, Pas De La Casa and El Tarter are all easily accessible from one another, adding huge variety to your holiday. Ski down to El Tarter for lunch or finish your day in Pas Le Casa before taking the ski bus home. The lifts in the Grandvalira ski area compromise of predominantly chair lifts but also include a few gondolas and button lifts throughout. Overall,  Soldeu is a huge resort which can give some alpine resorts a run for their money in terms of size. You can ski to your hearts content with more than enough skiing to keep you busy for a week and it is unlikely you will ski the same run twice.


Soldeu is a great place to ski for beginner’s due to its easy blues and the good ski school. When you reach the top of the Gondola, you will find yourself at Espiolets, a mini resort which sits at the top of Soldeu. Here you will find a good, English speaking ski school where you can book and take lessons – fantastic for beginners.


The skiing in Soldeu is best described as an ‘intermediates heaven’ with a fantastic range of red and blue runs. There are also some great runs for those intermediates who enjoy a simple cruisy slope.There are some wonderful red runs which make their way into El Tarter which aren't too challenging and descend nicely down the mountain. 


Although advanced skiers may not necessarily be challenged by a huge range of difficult runs around Soldeu there are some good blacks which can be enjoyed which are located around the gondola. Across the three resorts, Soldeu, El Tarter and Pas De La Casa, there are some lovely black runs to be found which are dotted throughout the mountains. For those advanced skiers that are also interested in free-styling take a look at the fantastic snow parks below.

Snow Parks

The hidden gems of the Grandvalira ski area are the snow parks. With not one, but three parks worth of flipping, zipping and jumping, there is no end of fun to be had. The snow parks include jumps, half pipes, airbags, rails, boxers and ribs for those daredevils to experience and enjoy. The extensive snow parks are all accompanied with button and chair lifts - making it easy to get around and explore. At ‘sunset park peretol’, the fun extends into the evenings when the park becomes flood-lit and accompanied by music at night.

Snow Reliability

One of the best things about Soldeu’s skiing is its snow reliability. Snow generally remains throughout the season due to the slopes being north facing and it has a fantastic snow record and history of consistent snow throughout the season. For a snow sure break, Soldeu is the place to be!


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