The slopes are in an open but extremely narrow bowl, facing east, with the most densely wooded slopes in Andorra. Most face east; those down to the link with Arinsal face north. The piste map is needing improvement , covering distant Arcalis as well as Arinsal and Pal and showing the roads and local hamlets in more detail than the ski areas - nuts! Signposting is good, though there have been some issues with black runs not being marked as such for their entire duration.

Slopes

  • Resort altitude: 1475m
  • Lower slopes: 1550m
  • Upper slopes: 2560m
  • Total pistes: 63km

For beginners

Around half the guests here are beginners. A special pass is available, though we guess most people will book ski rental/pass/tuition packs through their tour operators. The nursery slopes are wide, gentle and set apart from the main runs though they can get crowded. There are longer easy runs to progress to.

For intermediates

Arinsal offers a fair range of difficulty, but competent intermediates will want to explore the much more interesting, varied and extensive Pal slopes, and perhaps make a day trip or two to Arcalis.

For advanced

It's not a great area for experts, but there is good tree skiing in Pal. Arcalis is the best area for off-piste. It has two 'freeride exclusive' lifts and some red dotted runs marked (but not explained) on the map.

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