• Resort altitude: 2100m
  • Lower slopes: 2100m
  • Upper slopes: 3300m 
  • Total pistes: 107km
Two gondolas go up in parallel to the mid-station at Borreguiles, where there are excellent nursery slopes offering a welcoming and fun place for youngsters to get into skiing. Fast quads go on from there to an impressive 3300m. There are four identifiable sectors, well linked, with a good range of intermediate runs, mostly easy reds, but not a lot for experts. The resort has made some significant developments in recent seasons regarding their freestyle terrain. At the Sulayr Terrain Park there's something for everyone, including the longest slopestyle slope in Europe as well as the biggest permanent half-pipe in Spain. The resort opens the Loma de Dilar area early on Sundays so from 7.30am to 9am, prior to the general opening hours, you can enjoy blissfully quiet slopes. Nightskiing is offered on the Rio and Maribel slopes on Saturdays and Tuesdays. Most slopes face north-west, but some get the afternoon sun. And when the wind blows, as it can do, the slopes can close. 

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