The area of Grandvalira stretches from Pas de la Casa at the French border right the way to Encamp, and also includes the resorts of Grau Roig, Soldeu, El Tarter, and Canillo, which are all marked on the Grandvalira piste map. Since the 2003-2004 season, the Grandvalira lift pass has covered all six linked areas, giving visitors a chance of experiencing a huge choice of skiing and snowboarding.
Offering 210 kilometres of marked pistes, Grandvalira is excellent for snowboarders & skiers of any ability. Each sector features its own school, however to get more information about Soldeu ski school visit our information page where you can get full details and book group lessons.
The Grandvalira lift pass covers you for all of the 67 lifts serving 123 runs. Each lift pass has a tiny chip inside making it "hands-free" which means you never need to take it out of your pocket!
For those of you visiting the mountains for the first time you will find our 'What to Wear' guide useful to get an idea of which things you should pack!
The largest freestyle park in Grandvalira is found in El Tarter, which is an excellent place to hit kickers, rails, boxes and more! It's also exciting just to go and watch, if you're not the type to throw yourself in - there's a chairlift running up the side so you get great views.
Since 2011 the Sunset Park Peretol has been open as a freestyle park in the Peretol area just outside Soldeu by Bordes d'Envalira. The Sunset Park Peretol is the third freestyle area of Grandvalira and caters from newcomers with a 'green' area to experts who want to show off their biggest and best tricks!
Something even more exciting is that it is open in the evening at 17:00 until 21:00 from Tuesday to Sunday, with floodlights and music to create an amazing atmosphere, and you just need your Grandvalira lift pass to access it.
|Number of Lifts||67|
|Soldeu & El Tarter|
|Number of Lifts||30|