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Soldeu Weather, Snow Reports & Webcams

Here is our Soldeu weather report and snow forecast which we update regularly from here in Andorra. Our team are up on the slopes most days and bring you fresh reports on the weather and conditions. Here you'll also find weather forecasts and Soldeu webcams with live feeds of Soldeu and El Tarter.

 

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11
April
2016

Date of last snow

April
2016
Depth in village N/A
Depth at bottom of slopes N/A
Depth at top of slopes N/A

Lifts open: Soldeu 0/17, El Tarter: 0/13 (Grandvalira 0/67)

Slopes open: Soldeu: 0/36, El Tarter: 0/26 (Grandvalira 0/122)

Snow Report posted by Steve

Our Snow Report

That's all folks!

Sadly the winter 2015-16 ski season has come to an end.  Thank you for all your support this year and we hope you enjoyed your holidays.

We'd love to see you return next winter, and we'll confirm season dates and prices as soon as everything is finalised, usually around June/July, then you'll be able to book online from the end of August.

Stay in touch on our Facebook page for updates during the summer.

09
April
2016

Date of last snow

09
April
2016
Depth in village 5cm
Depth at bottom of slopes 40cm
Depth at top of slopes 110cm

Lifts open: Soldeu: 14/17, El Tarter: 10/13 (Grandvalira 58/67)

Slopes open: Soldeu: 28/36, El Tarter: 22/26 (Grandvalira 101/122)

Snow Report posted by Admin

Our Snow Report

09 April 2016

We've arrived at the final weekend of the season here in Soldeu, as the rest of Andorra, and have been treated to 20cm of fresh powder on the mountain!  It's a lot colder than the last few days, so looking forward to hitting the slopes shortly as the snow should be in great condition.

08
April
2016

Date of last snow

08
April
2016
Depth in village 1-5cm
Depth at bottom of slopes 50cm
Depth at top of slopes 110cm

Lifts open: Soldeu: 14/17, El Tarter: 1/13 (Grandvalira 60/67)

Slopes open: Soldeu: 27/36, El Tarter: 22/26 (Grandvalira 106/122)

Snow Report posted by Admin

Our Snow Report

06 April 2016

We went skiing today from El Tarter to Grau Roig, early morning (around 10:30) the snow was powdery and coverage was fantastic, over 30cm of fresh snow on the highest points and all fluffy. We headed for home around 15:30 and by then the snow was getting very soft and sticky, especially in the busiest slopes where skiing became a little harder as the snow conditions were holding us back.

The weather was warm and very sunny so no thermal clothes were needed, and in fact towards the end of the day we ended up skiing just with a t-shirt. There wasn't any wind so that let us enjoy the slopes even more, and the chairlifts were perfect for sunbathing! Visibility was very good, no clouds in the sky, and a good pair of black screen googles or sunglasses were highly needed.

At the moment we have 191km of slopes open, and the skiable area remains in very good condition, with plenty of slopes to explore that at the moment aren't as busy as it has been throughout the season, so the skiing was easy as you could enjoy the whole slope for yourself, to fly down or to enjoy the views and good company. Towards Grau Roig the runs were empty and we did a whole run without bumping into anyone.

The weather for the rest of the week is due to remain the same as today, and with some chances of snowing on Saturday.

If you have plenty time, we recommend skiing from Soldeu or El Tarter over to Pas de la Casa and stop in Pessons for a beautiful picture and a cold drink while relaxing on the loungers.

07
April
2016

Date of last snow

05
April
2016
Depth in village 0cm
Depth at bottom of slopes 40cm
Depth at top of slopes 120cm

Lifts open: Soldeu: 14/17, El Tarter: 11/13 (Grandvalira 59/67)

Slopes open: Soldeu: 29/36, El Tarter: 21/26 (Grandvalira 102/122)

Snow Report posted by Admin

Our Snow Report

06 April 2016

We went skiing today from El Tarter to Grau Roig, early morning (around 10:30) the snow was powdery and coverage was fantastic, over 30cm of fresh snow on the highest points and all fluffy. We headed for home around 15:30 and by then the snow was getting very soft and sticky, especially in the busiest slopes where skiing became a little harder as the snow conditions were holding us back.

The weather was warm and very sunny so no thermal clothes were needed, and in fact towards the end of the day we ended up skiing just with a t-shirt. There wasn't any wind so that let us enjoy the slopes even more, and the chairlifts were perfect for sunbathing! Visibility was very good, no clouds in the sky, and a good pair of black screen googles or sunglasses were highly needed.

At the moment we have 191km of slopes open, and the skiable area remains in very good condition, with plenty of slopes to explore that at the moment aren't as busy as it has been throughout the season, so the skiing was easy as you could enjoy the whole slope for yourself, to fly down or to enjoy the views and good company. Towards Grau Roig the runs were empty and we did a whole run without bumping into anyone.

The weather for the rest of the week is due to remain the same as today, and with some chances of snowing on Saturday.

If you have plenty time, we recommend skiing from Soldeu or El Tarter over to Pas de la Casa and stop in Pessons for a beautiful picture and a cold drink while relaxing on the loungers.

06
April
2016

Date of last snow

05
April
2016
Depth in village 0cm
Depth at bottom of slopes 40cm
Depth at top of slopes 110cm

Lifts open: Soldeu: 14/17, El Tarter: 11/13 (Grandvalira 63/67)

Slopes open: Soldeu: 30/36, El Tarter: 21/26 (Grandvalira 110/122)

Snow Report posted by Admin

Our Snow Report

06 April 2016

We went skiing today from El Tarter to Grau Roig, early morning (around 10:30) the snow was powdery and coverage was fantastic, over 30cm of fresh snow on the highest points and all fluffy. We headed for home around 15:30 and by then the snow was getting very soft and sticky, especially in the busiest slopes where skiing became a little harder as the snow conditions were holding us back.

The weather was warm and very sunny so no thermal clothes were needed, and in fact towards the end of the day we ended up skiing just with a t-shirt. There wasn't any wind so that let us enjoy the slopes even more, and the chairlifts were perfect for sunbathing! Visibility was very good, no clouds in the sky, and a good pair of black screen googles or sunglasses were highly needed.

At the moment we have 191km of slopes open, and the skiable area remains in very good condition, with plenty of slopes to explore that at the moment aren't as busy as it has been throughout the season, so the skiing was easy as you could enjoy the whole slope for yourself, to fly down or to enjoy the views and good company. Towards Grau Roig the runs were empty and we did a whole run without bumping into anyone.

The weather for the rest of the week is due to remain the same as today, and with some chances of snowing on Saturday.

If you have plenty time, we recommend skiing from Soldeu or El Tarter over to Pas de la Casa and stop in Pessons for a beautiful picture and a cold drink while relaxing on the loungers.

05
April
2016

Date of last snow

05
April
2016
Depth in village 0cm
Depth at bottom of slopes 40cm
Depth at top of slopes 110cm

Lifts open: Soldeu: 15/17, El Tarter: 11/13 (Grandvalira 63/67)

Slopes open: Soldeu: 30/36, El Tarter: 21/26 (Grandvalira 110/122)

Snow Report posted by Admin

Our Snow Report

28 March 2016

We went skiing in Soldeu early this morning and the snow was compact powder, so very nice and easy, however in the afternoon due to warm weather the snow started to get quite soft, but still enjoyable.

The weather today was warm and sunny so we skied just in a t-shirt and no gloves or hat was needed, but definitely sun scren!  Th temperature up in the mountain was around 15 degrees so instead of a coffee as it has been usual lately, we enjoyed a cold drink while sunbathing in the restaurant beside the ski school.

Visibility was fabulous as the sun was shining high and due to this all the links were open and despite warm weather pretty much all the slopes remains open with 207km of skiable terrain.

Today, as it is Monday, was busier than usual due to ski school starting and people try to find their instructor but only took us 15 minutes to get on the gondola.  The busiest slopes today were obviously the blue and green ones as the learners were practicing their lessons.

The forecast for the rest of the week is expected to remain as today, warm and sunny.

04
April
2016

Date of last snow

02
April
2016
Depth in village 0cm
Depth at bottom of slopes 40cm
Depth at top of slopes 110cm

Lifts open: Soldeu: 15/17, El Tarter: 11/13 (Grandvalira 64/67)

Slopes open: Soldeu: 29/36, El Tarter: 23/26 (Grandvalira 115/122)

Snow Report posted by Admin

Our Snow Report

28 March 2016

We went skiing in Soldeu early this morning and the snow was compact powder, so very nice and easy, however in the afternoon due to warm weather the snow started to get quite soft, but still enjoyable.

The weather today was warm and sunny so we skied just in a t-shirt and no gloves or hat was needed, but definitely sun scren!  Th temperature up in the mountain was around 15 degrees so instead of a coffee as it has been usual lately, we enjoyed a cold drink while sunbathing in the restaurant beside the ski school.

Visibility was fabulous as the sun was shining high and due to this all the links were open and despite warm weather pretty much all the slopes remains open with 207km of skiable terrain.

Today, as it is Monday, was busier than usual due to ski school starting and people try to find their instructor but only took us 15 minutes to get on the gondola.  The busiest slopes today were obviously the blue and green ones as the learners were practicing their lessons.

The forecast for the rest of the week is expected to remain as today, warm and sunny.

03
April
2016

Date of last snow

02
April
2016
Depth in village 0cm
Depth at bottom of slopes 40cm
Depth at top of slopes 110cm

Lifts open: Soldeu: 17/17, El Tarter: 13/13 (Grandvalira 66/67)

Slopes open: Soldeu: 29/36, El Tarter: 23/26 (Grandvalira 115/122)

Snow Report posted by Admin

Our Snow Report

28 March 2016

We went skiing in Soldeu early this morning and the snow was compact powder, so very nice and easy, however in the afternoon due to warm weather the snow started to get quite soft, but still enjoyable.

The weather today was warm and sunny so we skied just in a t-shirt and no gloves or hat was needed, but definitely sun scren!  Th temperature up in the mountain was around 15 degrees so instead of a coffee as it has been usual lately, we enjoyed a cold drink while sunbathing in the restaurant beside the ski school.

Visibility was fabulous as the sun was shining high and due to this all the links were open and despite warm weather pretty much all the slopes remains open with 207km of skiable terrain.

Today, as it is Monday, was busier than usual due to ski school starting and people try to find their instructor but only took us 15 minutes to get on the gondola.  The busiest slopes today were obviously the blue and green ones as the learners were practicing their lessons.

The forecast for the rest of the week is expected to remain as today, warm and sunny.

02
April
2016

Date of last snow

02
April
2016
Depth in village 0cm
Depth at bottom of slopes 50cm
Depth at top of slopes 120cm

Lifts open: Soldeu: 17/17, El Tarter: 13/13 (Grandvalira 66/67)

Slopes open: Soldeu: 29/36, El Tarter: 23/26 (Grandvalira 115/122)

Snow Report posted by Admin

Our Snow Report

28 March 2016

We went skiing in Soldeu early this morning and the snow was compact powder, so very nice and easy, however in the afternoon due to warm weather the snow started to get quite soft, but still enjoyable.

The weather today was warm and sunny so we skied just in a t-shirt and no gloves or hat was needed, but definitely sun scren!  Th temperature up in the mountain was around 15 degrees so instead of a coffee as it has been usual lately, we enjoyed a cold drink while sunbathing in the restaurant beside the ski school.

Visibility was fabulous as the sun was shining high and due to this all the links were open and despite warm weather pretty much all the slopes remains open with 207km of skiable terrain.

Today, as it is Monday, was busier than usual due to ski school starting and people try to find their instructor but only took us 15 minutes to get on the gondola.  The busiest slopes today were obviously the blue and green ones as the learners were practicing their lessons.

The forecast for the rest of the week is expected to remain as today, warm and sunny.

02
April
2016

Date of last snow

02
April
2016
Depth in village 0cm
Depth at bottom of slopes 40cm
Depth at top of slopes 110cm

Lifts open: Soldeu: 17/17, El Tarter: 13/13 (Grandvalira 65/67)

Slopes open: Soldeu: 29/36, El Tarter: 23/26 (Grandvalira 107/122)

Snow Report posted by Admin

Our Snow Report

28 March 2016

We went skiing in Soldeu early this morning and the snow was compact powder, so very nice and easy, however in the afternoon due to warm weather the snow started to get quite soft, but still enjoyable.

The weather today was warm and sunny so we skied just in a t-shirt and no gloves or hat was needed, but definitely sun scren!  Th temperature up in the mountain was around 15 degrees so instead of a coffee as it has been usual lately, we enjoyed a cold drink while sunbathing in the restaurant beside the ski school.

Visibility was fabulous as the sun was shining high and due to this all the links were open and despite warm weather pretty much all the slopes remains open with 207km of skiable terrain.

Today, as it is Monday, was busier than usual due to ski school starting and people try to find their instructor but only took us 15 minutes to get on the gondola.  The busiest slopes today were obviously the blue and green ones as the learners were practicing their lessons.

The forecast for the rest of the week is expected to remain as today, warm and sunny.

31
March
2016

Date of last snow

21
March
2016
Depth in village 0cm
Depth at bottom of slopes 40cm
Depth at top of slopes 120cm

Lifts open: Soldeu: 17/17, El Tarter: 13/13 (Grandvalira 66/67)

Slopes open: Soldeu: 31/36, El Tarter: 25/26 (Grandvalira 115/122)

Snow Report posted by Admin

Our Snow Report

28 March 2016

We went skiing in Soldeu early this morning and the snow was compact powder, so very nice and easy, however in the afternoon due to warm weather the snow started to get quite soft, but still enjoyable.

The weather today was warm and sunny so we skied just in a t-shirt and no gloves or hat was needed, but definitely sun scren!  Th temperature up in the mountain was around 15 degrees so instead of a coffee as it has been usual lately, we enjoyed a cold drink while sunbathing in the restaurant beside the ski school.

Visibility was fabulous as the sun was shining high and due to this all the links were open and despite warm weather pretty much all the slopes remains open with 207km of skiable terrain.

Today, as it is Monday, was busier than usual due to ski school starting and people try to find their instructor but only took us 15 minutes to get on the gondola.  The busiest slopes today were obviously the blue and green ones as the learners were practicing their lessons.

The forecast for the rest of the week is expected to remain as today, warm and sunny.

29
March
2016

Date of last snow

21
March
2016
Depth in village 0cm
Depth at bottom of slopes 40cm
Depth at top of slopes 110cm

Lifts open: Soldeu 17/17, El Tarter: 13/13 (Grandvalira 65/67)

Slopes open: Soldeu: 33/36, El Tarter: 24/26 (Grandvalira 114/122)

Snow Report posted by Admin

Our Snow Report

28 March 2016

We went skiing in Soldeu early this morning and the snow was compact powder, so very nice and easy, however in the afternoon due to warm weather the snow started to get quite soft, but still enjoyable.

The weather today was warm and sunny so we skied just in a t-shirt and no gloves or hat was needed, but definitely sun scren!  Th temperature up in the mountain was around 15 degrees so instead of a coffee as it has been usual lately, we enjoyed a cold drink while sunbathing in the restaurant beside the ski school.

Visibility was fabulous as the sun was shining high and due to this all the links were open and despite warm weather pretty much all the slopes remains open with 207km of skiable terrain.

Today, as it is Monday, was busier than usual due to ski school starting and people try to find their instructor but only took us 15 minutes to get on the gondola.  The busiest slopes today were obviously the blue and green ones as the learners were practicing their lessons.

The forecast for the rest of the week is expected to remain as today, warm and sunny.

29
March
2016

Date of last snow

21
March
2016
Depth in village 0cm
Depth at bottom of slopes 40cm
Depth at top of slopes 110cm

Lifts open: Soldeu 17/17, El Tarter: 13/13 (Grandvalira 65/67)

Slopes open: Soldeu: 33/36, El Tarter: 24/26 (Grandvalira 114/122)

Snow Report posted by Admin

Our Snow Report

28 March 2016

We went skiing in Soldeu early this morning and the snow was compact powder, so very nice and easy, however in the afternoon due to warm weather the snow started to get quite soft, but still enjoyable.

The weather today was warm and sunny so we skied just in a t-shirt and no gloves or hat was needed, but definitely sun scren!  Th temperature up in the mountain was around 15 degrees so instead of a coffee as it has been usual lately, we enjoyed a cold drink while sunbathing in the restaurant beside the ski school.

Visibility was fabulous as the sun was shining high and due to this all the links were open and despite warm weather pretty much all the slopes remains open with 207km of skiable terrain.

Today, as it is Monday, was busier than usual due to ski school starting and people try to find their instructor but only took us 15 minutes to get on the gondola.  The busiest slopes today were obviously the blue and green ones as the learners were practicing their lessons.

The forecast for the rest of the week is expected to remain as today, warm and sunny.

27
March
2016

Date of last snow

21
March
2016
Depth in village 0cm
Depth at bottom of slopes 80cm
Depth at top of slopes 130cm

Lifts open: Soldeu 17/17, El Tarter: 13/13 (Grandvalira 66/67)

Slopes open: Soldeu: 35/36, El Tarter: 25/26 (Grandvalira 115/122)

Snow Report posted by Admin

Our Snow Report

21 March 2016

Skiing between Soldeu and El Tarter today we found the snow still in very good condition; we now have a great base from the recent heavy snowfall and a further very light top up last night freshened up the slopes nicely.

Temperatures have started to pick up a little (as expected for end of March), even though there wasn’t much sun around today it still felt pleasant enough to ski without the usual thermal layers. The pleasant conditions were further added to by the lack of wind, making the skiing smooth and easy in general.

All links open and only two runs closed across the whole of Grandvalira today, leaving us with 120 slopes to enjoy (that’s 208km of skiable terrain!)

It is a little busier than usual on the slopes at the moment due to it being Spanish and Portuguese half term, so queues are a little longer than normal at times but still very easy to make your way around.

The outlook for the rest of the week is much the same, a mixture of sunshine and clouds with temperatures remaining pleasant and maybe the odd light snow shower.

Head over to our Facebook page for some photos from recent days here.

If you are coming out soon then don’t forget to visit our online shop by clicking here, where you can take advantage of some excellent discounts on your ski extras.

26
March
2016

Date of last snow

21
March
2016
Depth in village 0cm
Depth at bottom of slopes 80cm
Depth at top of slopes 130cm

Lifts open: Soldeu 17/17, El Tarter: 13/13 (Grandvalira 66/67)

Slopes open: Soldeu 36/36, El Tarter: 25/26 (Grandvalira 121/122)

Snow Report posted by Admin

Our Snow Report

21 March 2016

Skiing between Soldeu and El Tarter today we found the snow still in very good condition; we now have a great base from the recent heavy snowfall and a further very light top up last night freshened up the slopes nicely.

Temperatures have started to pick up a little (as expected for end of March), even though there wasn’t much sun around today it still felt pleasant enough to ski without the usual thermal layers. The pleasant conditions were further added to by the lack of wind, making the skiing smooth and easy in general.

All links open and only two runs closed across the whole of Grandvalira today, leaving us with 120 slopes to enjoy (that’s 208km of skiable terrain!)

It is a little busier than usual on the slopes at the moment due to it being Spanish and Portuguese half term, so queues are a little longer than normal at times but still very easy to make your way around.

The outlook for the rest of the week is much the same, a mixture of sunshine and clouds with temperatures remaining pleasant and maybe the odd light snow shower.

Head over to our Facebook page for some photos from recent days here.

If you are coming out soon then don’t forget to visit our online shop by clicking here, where you can take advantage of some excellent discounts on your ski extras.

25
March
2016

Date of last snow

21
March
2016
Depth in village 0cm
Depth at bottom of slopes 80cm
Depth at top of slopes 130cm

Lifts open: 17/17, El Tarter: 13/13 (Grandvalira 66/67)

Slopes open: 36/36, El Tarter: 25/26 (Grandvalira 115/122)

Snow Report posted by Admin

Our Snow Report

21 March 2016

Skiing between Soldeu and El Tarter today we found the snow still in very good condition; we now have a great base from the recent heavy snowfall and a further very light top up last night freshened up the slopes nicely.

Temperatures have started to pick up a little (as expected for end of March), even though there wasn’t much sun around today it still felt pleasant enough to ski without the usual thermal layers. The pleasant conditions were further added to by the lack of wind, making the skiing smooth and easy in general.

All links open and only two runs closed across the whole of Grandvalira today, leaving us with 120 slopes to enjoy (that’s 208km of skiable terrain!)

It is a little busier than usual on the slopes at the moment due to it being Spanish and Portuguese half term, so queues are a little longer than normal at times but still very easy to make your way around.

The outlook for the rest of the week is much the same, a mixture of sunshine and clouds with temperatures remaining pleasant and maybe the odd light snow shower.

Head over to our Facebook page for some photos from recent days here.

If you are coming out soon then don’t forget to visit our online shop by clicking here, where you can take advantage of some excellent discounts on your ski extras.

24
March
2016

Date of last snow

21
March
2016
Depth in village 0cm
Depth at bottom of slopes 80cm
Depth at top of slopes 130cm

Lifts open: Soldeu: 17/17, El Tarter: 13/13 (Grandvalira 66/67)

Slopes open: Soldeu: 35/36, El Tarter: 25/26 (Grandvalira 115/122)

Snow Report posted by Admin

Our Snow Report

21 March 2016

Skiing between Soldeu and El Tarter today we found the snow still in very good condition; we now have a great base from the recent heavy snowfall and a further very light top up last night freshened up the slopes nicely.

Temperatures have started to pick up a little (as expected for end of March), even though there wasn’t much sun around today it still felt pleasant enough to ski without the usual thermal layers. The pleasant conditions were further added to by the lack of wind, making the skiing smooth and easy in general.

All links open and only two runs closed across the whole of Grandvalira today, leaving us with 120 slopes to enjoy (that’s 208km of skiable terrain!)

It is a little busier than usual on the slopes at the moment due to it being Spanish and Portuguese half term, so queues are a little longer than normal at times but still very easy to make your way around.

The outlook for the rest of the week is much the same, a mixture of sunshine and clouds with temperatures remaining pleasant and maybe the odd light snow shower.

Head over to our Facebook page for some photos from recent days here.

If you are coming out soon then don’t forget to visit our online shop by clicking here, where you can take advantage of some excellent discounts on your ski extras.

22
March
2016

Date of last snow

21
March
2016
Depth in village 0cm
Depth at bottom of slopes 80cm
Depth at top of slopes 130cm

Lifts open: Soldeu: 17/17, El Tarter: 13/13 (Grandvalira 66/67)

Slopes open: Soldeu: 35/36, El Tarter: 25/26 (Grandvalira 115/122)

Snow Report posted by Admin

Our Snow Report

21 March 2016

Skiing between Soldeu and El Tarter today we found the snow still in very good condition; we now have a great base from the recent heavy snowfall and a further very light top up last night freshened up the slopes nicely.

Temperatures have started to pick up a little (as expected for end of March), even though there wasn’t much sun around today it still felt pleasant enough to ski without the usual thermal layers. The pleasant conditions were further added to by the lack of wind, making the skiing smooth and easy in general.

All links open and only two runs closed across the whole of Grandvalira today, leaving us with 120 slopes to enjoy (that’s 208km of skiable terrain!)

It is a little busier than usual on the slopes at the moment due to it being Spanish and Portuguese half term, so queues are a little longer than normal at times but still very easy to make your way around.

The outlook for the rest of the week is much the same, a mixture of sunshine and clouds with temperatures remaining pleasant and maybe the odd light snow shower.

Head over to our Facebook page for some photos from recent days here.

If you are coming out soon then don’t forget to visit our online shop by clicking here, where you can take advantage of some excellent discounts on your ski extras.

21
March
2016

Date of last snow

20
March
2016
Depth in village 0cm
Depth at bottom of slopes 80cm
Depth at top of slopes 130cm

Lifts open: Soldeu: 17/17, El Tarter: 13/13 (Grandvalira 66/67)

Slopes open: Soldeu: 35/36, El Tarter: 25/26 (Grandvalira 115/122)

Snow Report posted by Admin

Our Snow Report

21 March 2016

We are going skiing so keep an eye on the snow report and facebook page to see what the snow conditions are like.

17 March 2016

Today was a POWDER DAY! We have received around 40cm of fresh snow over the last 24-48hrs; base levels are now at around 130cm at the top. We had a great time playing around in the fresh powder, we found that the snow got quite tracked out on the busier slopes, especially towards the end of the day so took the opportunity to explore off piste where the best conditions were to be found, with the snow nice and soft, easier going on the legs than the tracked powder on the slopes.

Beautiful sunshine and a slightly warmer day than we have been having over the last week or so, hardly any wind for most of the day and great visibility made for excellent conditions, although later in the day a few more clouds and a colder wind did show up.

All links open across Grandvalira and around 207km of skiable terrain open.  The slopes were a little busier today, particularly the easier blue runs, quieter on some of the lesser known reds and blacks.

It’s been a fantastic March so far, we hope you will join us for the end of season!!

Head over to our Facebook page for some photos from recent days here.

If you are coming out soon then don’t forget to visit our online shop by clicking here, where you can take advantage of some excellent discounts on your ski extras.

20
March
2016

Date of last snow

20
March
2016
Depth in village 2cm
Depth at bottom of slopes 80cm
Depth at top of slopes 130cm

Lifts open: Soldeu: 17/17, El Tarter: 13/13 (Grandvalira 66/67)

Slopes open: Soldeu: 35/36, El Tarter: 25/26 (Grandvalira 120/122)

Snow Report posted by Admin

Our Snow Report

17 March 2016

Today was a POWDER DAY! We have received around 40cm of fresh snow over the last 24-48hrs; base levels are now at around 130cm at the top. We had a great time playing around in the fresh powder, we found that the snow got quite tracked out on the busier slopes, especially towards the end of the day so took the opportunity to explore off piste where the best conditions were to be found, with the snow nice and soft, easier going on the legs than the tracked powder on the slopes.

Beautiful sunshine and a slightly warmer day than we have been having over the last week or so, hardly any wind for most of the day and great visibility made for excellent conditions, although later in the day a few more clouds and a colder wind did show up.

All links open across Grandvalira and around 207km of skiable terrain open.  The slopes were a little busier today, particularly the easier blue runs, quieter on some of the lesser known reds and blacks.

It’s been a fantastic March so far, we hope you will join us for the end of season!!

Head over to our Facebook page for some photos from recent days here.

If you are coming out soon then don’t forget to visit our online shop by clicking here, where you can take advantage of some excellent discounts on your ski extras.

19
March
2016

Date of last snow

17
March
2016
Depth in village 0cm
Depth at bottom of slopes 80cm
Depth at top of slopes 130cm

Lifts open: Soldeu: 17/17, El Tarter: 13/13 (Grandvalira 66/67)

Slopes open: Soldeu: 35/36, El Tarter: 25/26 (Grandvalira 120/122)

Snow Report posted by Admin

Our Snow Report

17 March 2016

Today was a POWDER DAY! We have received around 40cm of fresh snow over the last 24-48hrs; base levels are now at around 130cm at the top. We had a great time playing around in the fresh powder, we found that the snow got quite tracked out on the busier slopes, especially towards the end of the day so took the opportunity to explore off piste where the best conditions were to be found, with the snow nice and soft, easier going on the legs than the tracked powder on the slopes.

Beautiful sunshine and a slightly warmer day than we have been having over the last week or so, hardly any wind for most of the day and great visibility made for excellent conditions, although later in the day a few more clouds and a colder wind did show up.

All links open across Grandvalira and around 207km of skiable terrain open.  The slopes were a little busier today, particularly the easier blue runs, quieter on some of the lesser known reds and blacks.

It’s been a fantastic March so far, we hope you will join us for the end of season!!

Head over to our Facebook page for some photos from recent days here.

If you are coming out soon then don’t forget to visit our online shop by clicking here, where you can take advantage of some excellent discounts on your ski extras.

18
March
2016

Date of last snow

17
March
2016
Depth in village 0cm
Depth at bottom of slopes 80cm
Depth at top of slopes 130cm

Lifts open: Soldeu: 17/17, El Tarter: 13/13 (Grandvalira 64/67)

Slopes open: Soldeu: 34/36, El Tarter: 25/26 (Grandvalira 116/122)

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Our Snow Report

17 March 2016

Today was a POWDER DAY! We have received around 40cm of fresh snow over the last 24-48hrs; base levels are now at around 130cm at the top. We had a great time playing around in the fresh powder, we found that the snow got quite tracked out on the busier slopes, especially towards the end of the day so took the opportunity to explore off piste where the best conditions were to be found, with the snow nice and soft, easier going on the legs than the tracked powder on the slopes.

Beautiful sunshine and a slightly warmer day than we have been having over the last week or so, hardly any wind for most of the day and great visibility made for excellent conditions, although later in the day a few more clouds and a colder wind did show up.

All links open across Grandvalira and around 207km of skiable terrain open.  The slopes were a little busier today, particularly the easier blue runs, quieter on some of the lesser known reds and blacks.

It’s been a fantastic March so far, we hope you will join us for the end of season!!

Head over to our Facebook page for some photos from recent days here.

If you are coming out soon then don’t forget to visit our online shop by clicking here, where you can take advantage of some excellent discounts on your ski extras.

17
March
2016

Date of last snow

17
March
2016
Depth in village 10cm
Depth at bottom of slopes 80cm
Depth at top of slopes 130cm

Lifts open: Soldeu: 17/17, El Tarter: 13/13 (Grandvalira 64/67)

Slopes open: Soldeu: 34/36, El Tarter: 25/26 (Grandvalira 116/122)

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Our Snow Report

Today we headed up the mountain at around 11:00 and were initially greeted by fantastic weather with blue skies and sunshine, however as the day passed a few clouds started to move in in readiness for the forecasted snow, with it the temperatures dropped and the wind started to pick up towards the end of the day, holding us back on our skis a little at times.

We skied from Soldeu over to Pas de la Casa and despite the clouds later on visibility was pretty good right across Grandvalira. Snow coverage in general is great, we found the odd icy patch on some of the busier slops but easily avoidable. The best skiing is to be had on the quieter slopes where the snow is less disturbed and offering up some really enjoyable conditions, in particular we found a lot of the black slopes quiet and in great condition today, these included Aliga (El Tarter), Avet (Soldeu) and Mirador (Grau Roig), great for challenging the ski legs.

We arrived in Pas at around 12:30 for a pit stop, it was just starting to snow very lightly as per the forecast, we are expecting light snow showers for the next couple of days before a heavier band of snow is due to arrive with us on Wednesday / Thursday.

120 (out of 122) slopes open today, 100% of lifts and links open so a great day to cover a lot of kms and explore the whole area.  The snowparks are still looking good, with plenty of beginners having a go on the smaller jumps over in Xavi Snowpark (Grau Roig), we stopped and watched for a little while today and even spotted some brave youngsters (around 5 or 6 yrs) having a go and enjoying themselves, it’s a great fun park for anyone looking to have a go at freestyle for the first time.

Head over to our Facebook page for some photos from recent days here.

If you are coming out soon then don’t forget to visit our online shop by clicking here, where you can take advantage of some excellent discounts on your ski extras.

16
March
2016

Date of last snow

16
March
2016
Depth in village 5-10cm
Depth at bottom of slopes 80cm
Depth at top of slopes 120cm

Lifts open: Soldeu: 17/17, El Tarter: 13/13 (Grandvalira 66/67)

Slopes open: Soldeu: 33/36, El Tarter: 25/26 (Grandvalira 115/122)

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Our Snow Report

14 March 2016

Today we headed up the mountain at around 11:00 and were initially greeted by fantastic weather with blue skies and sunshine, however as the day passed a few clouds started to move in in readiness for the forecasted snow, with it the temperatures dropped and the wind started to pick up towards the end of the day, holding us back on our skis a little at times.

We skied from Soldeu over to Pas de la Casa and despite the clouds later on visibility was pretty good right across Grandvalira. Snow coverage in general is great, we found the odd icy patch on some of the busier slops but easily avoidable. The best skiing is to be had on the quieter slopes where the snow is less disturbed and offering up some really enjoyable conditions, in particular we found a lot of the black slopes quiet and in great condition today, these included Aliga (El Tarter), Avet (Soldeu) and Mirador (Grau Roig), great for challenging the ski legs.

We arrived in Pas at around 12:30 for a pit stop, it was just starting to snow very lightly as per the forecast, we are expecting light snow showers for the next couple of days before a heavier band of snow is due to arrive with us on Wednesday / Thursday.

120 (out of 122) slopes open today, 100% of lifts and links open so a great day to cover a lot of kms and explore the whole area.  The snowparks are still looking good, with plenty of beginners having a go on the smaller jumps over in Xavi Snowpark (Grau Roig), we stopped and watched for a little while today and even spotted some brave youngsters (around 5 or 6 yrs) having a go and enjoying themselves, it’s a great fun park for anyone looking to have a go at freestyle for the first time.

Head over to our Facebook page for some photos from recent days here.

If you are coming out soon then don’t forget to visit our online shop by clicking here, where you can take advantage of some excellent discounts on your ski extras.

15
March
2016

Date of last snow

13
March
2016
Depth in village 0cm
Depth at bottom of slopes 70cm
Depth at top of slopes 120cm

Lifts open: Soldeu: 17/17, El Tarter: 13/13 (Grandvalira 66/67)

Slopes open: Soldeu: 33/36, El Tarter: 25/26 (Grandvalira 115/122)

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Our Snow Report

14 March 2016

Today we headed up the mountain at around 11:00 and were initially greeted by fantastic weather with blue skies and sunshine, however as the day passed a few clouds started to move in in readiness for the forecasted snow, with it the temperatures dropped and the wind started to pick up towards the end of the day, holding us back on our skis a little at times.

We skied from Soldeu over to Pas de la Casa and despite the clouds later on visibility was pretty good right across Grandvalira. Snow coverage in general is great, we found the odd icy patch on some of the busier slops but easily avoidable. The best skiing is to be had on the quieter slopes where the snow is less disturbed and offering up some really enjoyable conditions, in particular we found a lot of the black slopes quiet and in great condition today, these included Aliga (El Tarter), Avet (Soldeu) and Mirador (Grau Roig), great for challenging the ski legs.

We arrived in Pas at around 12:30 for a pit stop, it was just starting to snow very lightly as per the forecast, we are expecting light snow showers for the next couple of days before a heavier band of snow is due to arrive with us on Wednesday / Thursday.

120 (out of 122) slopes open today, 100% of lifts and links open so a great day to cover a lot of kms and explore the whole area.  The snowparks are still looking good, with plenty of beginners having a go on the smaller jumps over in Xavi Snowpark (Grau Roig), we stopped and watched for a little while today and even spotted some brave youngsters (around 5 or 6 yrs) having a go and enjoying themselves, it’s a great fun park for anyone looking to have a go at freestyle for the first time.

Head over to our Facebook page for some photos from recent days here.

If you are coming out soon then don’t forget to visit our online shop by clicking here, where you can take advantage of some excellent discounts on your ski extras.

13
March
2016

Date of last snow

13
March
2016
Depth in village 0cm
Depth at bottom of slopes 70cm
Depth at top of slopes 120cm

Lifts open: Soldeu: 17/17, El Tarter: 13/13 (Grandvalira 66/67)

Slopes open: Soldeu: 33/36, El Tarter: 25/26 (Grandvalira 115/122)

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Our Snow Report

9 March 2016

Upon waking this morning we were greeted with the wonderful sight of the snow falling very heavily, of course we can’t miss a POWDER DAY, so got wrapped up to the max - yes it’s freezing! (The car was showing -7 this morning but it feels much colder) and headed off up the mountain.

We hopped on the gondola in Soldeu and made our way up to the base where we found the visibility was ok, not the best, but good enough to head off and explore, however when we reached the highest points (as we attempted to head over towards Grau Roig) visibility became very poor so we decided to stay local and remain on the lower slopes. All of the links were open today and there was little wind, so it was possible to ski the while area if you wanted, however this was of course hindered by the low snow clouds.

The snow itself was amazing, soft fresh powder and plenty more falling as the day went on. The slopes were not particularly busy, allowing us the freedom to enjoy the conditions and really make the most of the snow. Coverage is fantastic and with 207km (of 210km) open there is a vast amount of good skiing to be had at the moment.

UPDATE: 10 March 2016

WOW…today the snow clouds left us and we enjoyed an amazing bluebird day with clear blue skies and a load of fresh powder, the holy grail of ski days! Over the last few days Grandvalira has received around 30cm of fresh snowfall and conditions are pretty much perfect.

It’s still pretty quiet on the slopes and Grandvalira have hinted that they hope to open 100% (all 210km) of the area this weekend; they have been pretty close for a while now, just missing out on a handful of runs, but with this recent heavy snowfall it’s looking positive.

It’s a great time to come and join us, and if you are considering heading out over Easter you’ll be pleased to know that the slopes are in tip top shape!

Head over to our Facebook page for some photos from recent days here.

If you are coming out soon then don’t forget to visit our online shop by clicking here, where you can take advantage of some excellent discounts on your ski extras.

12
March
2016

Date of last snow

10
March
2016
Depth in village 5cm
Depth at bottom of slopes 70cm
Depth at top of slopes 120cm

Lifts open: Soldeu: 17/17, El Tarter: 13/13 (Grandvalira 66/67)

Slopes open: Soldeu: 34/36, El Tarter: 25/26 (Grandvalira 116/122)

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Our Snow Report

9 March 2016

Upon waking this morning we were greeted with the wonderful sight of the snow falling very heavily, of course we can’t miss a POWDER DAY, so got wrapped up to the max - yes it’s freezing! (The car was showing -7 this morning but it feels much colder) and headed off up the mountain.

We hopped on the gondola in Soldeu and made our way up to the base where we found the visibility was ok, not the best, but good enough to head off and explore, however when we reached the highest points (as we attempted to head over towards Grau Roig) visibility became very poor so we decided to stay local and remain on the lower slopes. All of the links were open today and there was little wind, so it was possible to ski the while area if you wanted, however this was of course hindered by the low snow clouds.

The snow itself was amazing, soft fresh powder and plenty more falling as the day went on. The slopes were not particularly busy, allowing us the freedom to enjoy the conditions and really make the most of the snow. Coverage is fantastic and with 207km (of 210km) open there is a vast amount of good skiing to be had at the moment.

UPDATE: 10 March 2016

WOW…today the snow clouds left us and we enjoyed an amazing bluebird day with clear blue skies and a load of fresh powder, the holy grail of ski days! Over the last few days Grandvalira has received around 30cm of fresh snowfall and conditions are pretty much perfect.

It’s still pretty quiet on the slopes and Grandvalira have hinted that they hope to open 100% (all 210km) of the area this weekend; they have been pretty close for a while now, just missing out on a handful of runs, but with this recent heavy snowfall it’s looking positive.

It’s a great time to come and join us, and if you are considering heading out over Easter you’ll be pleased to know that the slopes are in tip top shape!

Head over to our Facebook page for some photos from recent days here.

If you are coming out soon then don’t forget to visit our online shop by clicking here, where you can take advantage of some excellent discounts on your ski extras.

11
March
2016

Date of last snow

10
March
2016
Depth in village 10cm
Depth at bottom of slopes 70cm
Depth at top of slopes 120cm

Lifts open: Soldeu: 17/17, El Tarter: 13/13 (Grandvalira 66/67)

Slopes open: Soldeu: 34/36, El Tarter: 25/26 (Grandvalira 116/122)

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Our Snow Report

9 March 2016

Upon waking this morning we were greeted with the wonderful sight of the snow falling very heavily, of course we can’t miss a POWDER DAY, so got wrapped up to the max - yes it’s freezing! (The car was showing -7 this morning but it feels much colder) and headed off up the mountain.

We hopped on the gondola in Soldeu and made our way up to the base where we found the visibility was ok, not the best, but good enough to head off and explore, however when we reached the highest points (as we attempted to head over towards Grau Roig) visibility became very poor so we decided to stay local and remain on the lower slopes. All of the links were open today and there was little wind, so it was possible to ski the while area if you wanted, however this was of course hindered by the low snow clouds.

The snow itself was amazing, soft fresh powder and plenty more falling as the day went on. The slopes were not particularly busy, allowing us the freedom to enjoy the conditions and really make the most of the snow. Coverage is fantastic and with 207km (of 210km) open there is a vast amount of good skiing to be had at the moment.

UPDATE: 10 March 2016

WOW…today the snow clouds left us and we enjoyed an amazing bluebird day with clear blue skies and a load of fresh powder, the holy grail of ski days! Over the last few days Grandvalira has received around 30cm of fresh snowfall and conditions are pretty much perfect.

It’s still pretty quiet on the slopes and Grandvalira have hinted that they hope to open 100% (all 210km) of the area this weekend; they have been pretty close for a while now, just missing out on a handful of runs, but with this recent heavy snowfall it’s looking positive.

It’s a great time to come and join us, and if you are considering heading out over Easter you’ll be pleased to know that the slopes are in tip top shape!

Head over to our Facebook page for some photos from recent days here.

If you are coming out soon then don’t forget to visit our online shop by clicking here, where you can take advantage of some excellent discounts on your ski extras.

 

10
March
2016

Date of last snow

09
March
2016
Depth in village 5cm
Depth at bottom of slopes 70cm
Depth at top of slopes 120cm

Lifts open: Soldeu: 17/17, El Tarter: 13/13 (Grandvalira 66/67)

Slopes open: Soldeu: 34/36, El Tarter: 25/26 (Grandvalira 116/122)

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Our Snow Report

7 March 2016

Today we skied from Canillo right across to Pas de la Casa and are happy to report that the conditions remain fantastic on the slopes, we are really enjoying the skiing at the moment!

It has been snowing yet again overnight providing a further top up of fresh powder snow. Temperatures remain cold, barely reaching above freezing so wrap up warm and you’ll be glad of a scarf and a warm hat / helmet.

The slopes are pretty empty right now, ideal for some relaxed skiing enjoying the odd sunny spells, plus visibility was good today making it so much easier to enjoy the lovely fresh powder.

All the links are open right across Grandvalira and 207km (out of 210km) of slopes are groomed and available to enjoy.

We took a little ski through the Mont Magic children’s area whilst in Canillo which is great fun for the little ones, before heading across the valley towards the other side of Grandvalira; once we arrived in Pas / Grau we particularly enjoyed Menera (red) and Taupes (black) which is was in amazing condition today. We also checked out the Xavi snowpark in Grau Roig on our way and attempted a couple of (small!) tricks, very enjoyable and much like the rest of the area at the moment in great condition.

Outlook remains good with continued snowfall over the next week or so, Wednesday being the heaviest day with around 20cm expected.

Don't forget you can pre-book your discounted ski extras on our online shop by clicking here.

We look forward to seeing you on the slopes soon!!

09
March
2016

Date of last snow

08
April
2016
Depth in village 0cm
Depth at bottom of slopes 50cm
Depth at top of slopes 100cm

Lifts open: 17/17, El Tarter: 12/13 (Grandvalira 63/67)

Slopes open: 34/36, El Tarter: 25/26 (Grandvalira 110/122)

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Our Snow Report

7 March 2016

Today we skied from Canillo right across to Pas de la Casa and are happy to report that the conditions remain fantastic on the slopes, we are really enjoying the skiing at the moment!

It has been snowing yet again overnight providing a further top up of fresh powder snow. Temperatures remain cold, barely reaching above freezing so wrap up warm and you’ll be glad of a scarf and a warm hat / helmet.

The slopes are pretty empty right now, ideal for some relaxed skiing enjoying the odd sunny spells, plus visibility was good today making it so much easier to enjoy the lovely fresh powder.

All the links are open right across Grandvalira and 207km (out of 210km) of slopes are groomed and available to enjoy.

We took a little ski through the Mont Magic children’s area whilst in Canillo which is great fun for the little ones, before heading across the valley towards the other side of Grandvalira; once we arrived in Pas / Grau we particularly enjoyed Menera (red) and Taupes (black) which is was in amazing condition today. We also checked out the Xavi snowpark in Grau Roig on our way and attempted a couple of (small!) tricks, very enjoyable and much like the rest of the area at the moment in great condition.

Outlook remains good with continued snowfall over the next week or so, Wednesday being the heaviest day with around 20cm expected.

Don't forget you can pre-book your discounted ski extras on our online shop by clicking here.

We look forward to seeing you on the slopes soon!!

08
March
2016

Date of last snow

08
March
2016
Depth in village 5-10cm
Depth at bottom of slopes 50cm
Depth at top of slopes 100cm

Lifts open: Soldeu: 17/17, El Tarter: 12/13 (Grandvalira 63/67)

Slopes open: 34/36, El Tarter: 25/26 (Grandvalira 110/122)

Snow Report posted by Admin

Our Snow Report

7 March 2016

Today we skied from Canillo right across to Pas de la Casa and are happy to report that the conditions remain fantastic on the slopes, we are really enjoying the skiing at the moment!

It has been snowing yet again overnight providing a further top up of fresh powder snow. Temperatures remain cold, barely reaching above freezing so wrap up warm and you’ll be glad of a scarf and a warm hat / helmet.

The slopes are pretty empty right now, ideal for some relaxed skiing enjoying the odd sunny spells, plus visibility was good today making it so much easier to enjoy the lovely fresh powder.

All the links are open right across Grandvalira and 207km (out of 210km) of slopes are groomed and available to enjoy.

We took a little ski through the Mont Magic children’s area whilst in Canillo which is great fun for the little ones, before heading across the valley towards the other side of Grandvalira; once we arrived in Pas / Grau we particularly enjoyed Menera (red) and Taupes (black) which is was in amazing condition today. We also checked out the Xavi snowpark in Grau Roig on our way and attempted a couple of (small!) tricks, very enjoyable and much like the rest of the area at the moment in great condition.

Outlook remains good with continued snowfall over the next week or so, Wednesday being the heaviest day with around 20cm expected.

Don't forget you can pre-book your discounted ski extras on our online shop by clicking here.

We look forward to seeing you on the slopes soon!!

07
March
2016

Date of last snow

07
March
2016
Depth in village 5-10cm
Depth at bottom of slopes 50cm
Depth at top of slopes 100cm

Lifts open: Soldeu: 17/17, El Tarter: 13/13 (Grandvalira 63/67)

Slopes open: Soldeu: 33/36, El Tarter: 25/26 (Grandvalira 110/122)

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Our Snow Report

6 March 2016

Powder snow conditions today as it has been snowing for the past 3 days, the snowfall has been light to moderate but consistent, resulting in a nice accumulation of fresh powder across the slopes.

If you are heading out today make sure you wrap up warm; thermal clothing and a hot chocolate stop will serve you well as temps are due to sit between -4 and -9 degrees Celsius, winds not too bad at around 20km /hour but may bring an extra wind chill feeling even colder.

Visibility in Soldeu is good in general with a few sunny spells in between the cloud and snow, however if you are heading over to Pas de la Casa expect the visibility to worsen a little bit as the clouds are very low.

All links are open across Grandvalira today with up to 205km of skiable terrain on offer; the slopes are pretty quiet at the moment and providing some great conditions for those arriving this week.

Next week's forecast shows further snow to come with the heaviest fall due on Wednesday, we are enjoying some fantastic consistent snowfall so far this month, and temperatures are set to remain very cold!  

The freestyle areas are all open for anyone looking to practice their tricks, and for the real adrenaline junkies don´t forget that From March 10 to 13 Grandvalira will once again host two trials of the Speed Skiing World Cup (in the Grau Roig sector).

Don't forget you can pre-book your discounted ski extras on our online shop by clicking here.

We look forward to seeing you on the slopes soon!!

06
March
2016

Date of last snow

6
March
2016
Depth in village 5-10cm
Depth at bottom of slopes 50cm
Depth at top of slopes 100cm

Lifts open: Soldeu: 17/17, El Tarter: 12/13 (Grandvalira 65/67)

Slopes open: Soldeu: 33/36, El Tarter: 20/26 (Grandvalira 110/122)

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Our Snow Report

6 March 2016

Powder snow conditions today as it has been snowing for the past 3 days, the snowfall has been light to moderate but consistent, resulting in a nice accumulation of fresh powder across the slopes.

If you are heading out today make sure you wrap up warm; thermal clothing and a hot chocolate stop will serve you well as temps are due to sit between -4 and -9 degrees Celsius, winds not too bad at around 20km /hour but may bring an extra wind chill feeling even colder.

Visibility in Soldeu is good in general with a few sunny spells in between the cloud and snow, however if you are heading over to Pas de la Casa expect the visibility to worsen a little bit as the clouds are very low.

All links are open across Grandvalira today with up to 205km of skiable terrain on offer; the slopes are pretty quiet at the moment and providing some great conditions for those arriving this week.

Next week's forecast shows further snow to come with the heaviest fall due on Wednesday, we are enjoying some fantastic consistent snowfall so far this month, and temperatures are set to remain very cold!  

The freestyle areas are all open for anyone looking to practice their tricks, and for the real adrenaline junkies don´t forget that From March 10 to 13 Grandvalira will once again host two trials of the Speed Skiing World Cup (in the Grau Roig sector).

Don't forget you can pre-book your discounted ski extras on our online shop by clicking here.

We look forward to seeing you on the slopes soon!!

05
March
2016

Date of last snow

5
March
2016
Depth in village 5cm
Depth at bottom of slopes 50cm
Depth at top of slopes 100cm

Lifts open: Soldeu: 17/17, El Tarter: 13/13 (Grandvalira 66/67)

Slopes open: Soldeu: 30/36, El Tarter: 25/26 (Grandvalira 114/122)

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Our Snow Report

2 March 2016

A nice amount of sunshine today with temperatures reaching up to 6 degrees Celsius in places, there was some occasional low cloud and high winds higher up this morning but by midday this had passed. The snow conditions on piste are still very enjoyable, the new snow in recent days brought some fresh powder, however this has now been mostly packed down into firmer conditions.

Run of the day: Today we enjoyed skiing Tamarro which is a red slope from the bottom of the Els Clots chairlift running down into El Tarter. It’s a nice wide open run with a great view running along the side of the mountain. To reach it from El Tarter just take the Llosada chairlift up to the top and then follow Oreneta (blue run) down, around half way down you’ll see a turn off for Tamarro. It’s a nice alternative to get back down to El Tarter from the top, for those at intermediate level it will allow you to challenge your ski legs a little.

The weather does seem to be getting colder despite the sun shining most days, the local forecast is showing snow again and continued cold temperatures from Saturday onwards. Keep checking back and we will keep you updated!

If you would like to see some photos from recent days, then pop across to our Facebook page here, where we have uploaded some images and videos.

Don't forget you can pre-book your discounted ski extras on our online shop by clicking here.

03
March
2016

Date of last snow

03
March
2016
Depth in village 1cm
Depth at bottom of slopes 50cm
Depth at top of slopes 100cm

Lifts open: Soldeu: 16/17, El Tarter: 12/13 (Grandvalira 63/67)

Slopes open: Soldeu: 26/36, El Tarter: 19/26 (Grandvalira 101/122)

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Our Snow Report

2 March 2016

A nice amount of sunshine today with temperatures reaching up to 6 degrees Celsius in places, there was some occasional low cloud and high winds higher up this morning but by midday this had passed. The snow conditions on piste are still very enjoyable, the new snow in recent days brought some fresh powder, however this has now been mostly packed down into firmer conditions.

Run of the day: Today we enjoyed skiing Tamarro which is a red slope from the bottom of the Els Clots chairlift running down into El Tarter. It’s a nice wide open run with a great view running along the side of the mountain. To reach it from El Tarter just take the Llosada chairlift up to the top and then follow Oreneta (blue run) down, around half way down you’ll see a turn off for Tamarro. It’s a nice alternative to get back down to El Tarter from the top, for those at intermediate level it will allow you to challenge your ski legs a little.

The weather does seem to be getting colder despite the sun shining most days, the local forecast is showing snow again and continued cold temperatures from Saturday onwards. Keep checking back and we will keep you updated!

If you would like to see some photos from recent days, then pop across to our Facebook page here, where we have uploaded some images and videos.

Don't forget you can pre-book your discounted ski extras on our online shop by clicking here.

02
March
2016

Date of last snow

29
February
2016
Depth in village 2cm
Depth at bottom of slopes 50cm
Depth at top of slopes 100cm

Lifts open: Soldeu: 17/17, El Tarter: 13/13 (Grandvalira 64/67)

Slopes open: Soldeu: 27/36, El Tarter: 21/26 (Grandvalira 100/122)

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Our Snow Report

29 February 2016

This weekend brought the World Cup and heavy snow for Soldeu and El Tarter, the World Cup events are now over, however the snow remains with us and more forecast later this week. Conditions on the slopes were freezing today and winds were strong, making the skiing a little hard going at times. Temperatures are predicted to drop further in the days to come, plenty of layers and good cover for your face and ears will be particularly useful on the higher slopes and lifts. On the other hand, the lower slopes offered much more timid conditions and a more pleasant skiing experience, with winds staying lower and visibility good.

We have spent a lot of time at the side and bottom of the slopes this weekend enjoying the World Cup racing, much of which took place amidst heavy snowfall. One of the stand out moments was provided by Lindsey Vonn, world number one and crowd favourite, after a dramatic crash on the last corner of Aliga during the super G. on day one (where she suffered a hairline fracture in her knee), she managed to come back in spectacular form the next day where she raced again, and despite her injury finished in first place, much to the delight of the excitable crowd; it was a fantastic show of determination and professionalism. The weekend events were extremely successful for Grandvalira and a compliment to the quality of skiing and snowboarding available.

The forecast is for further snow in Soldeu / El Tarter, mixed with sunshine and cloud, although it may still remain blustery for the next couple of days. We saw 179km (out of 210km) of skiable terrain open today, some lifts / slopes were impacted by the wind and unable to open.

If you would like to see some photos of the events in recent days, then pop across to our Facebook page here, where we have uploaded some images and videos.

Don't forget you can pre-book your discounted ski extras on our online shop by clicking here.

01
March
2016

Date of last snow

29
February
2016
Depth in village 5cm
Depth at bottom of slopes 50cm
Depth at top of slopes 100cm

Lifts open: Soldeu: 17/17, El Tarter: 13/13 (Grandvalira 65/67)

Slopes open: Soldeu: 27/36, El Tarter: 21/26 (Grandvalira 102/122)

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Our Snow Report

29 February 2016

This weekend brought the World Cup and heavy snow for Soldeu and El Tarter, the World Cup events are now over, however the snow remains with us and more forecast later this week. Conditions on the slopes were freezing today and winds were strong, making the skiing a little hard going at times. Temperatures are predicted to drop further in the days to come, plenty of layers and good cover for your face and ears will be particularly useful on the higher slopes and lifts. On the other hand, the lower slopes offered much more timid conditions and a more pleasant skiing experience, with winds staying lower and visibility good.

We have spent a lot of time at the side and bottom of the slopes this weekend enjoying the World Cup racing, much of which took place amidst heavy snowfall. One of the stand out moments was provided by Lindsey Vonn, world number one and crowd favourite, after a dramatic crash on the last corner of Aliga during the super G. on day one (where she suffered a hairline fracture in her knee), she managed to come back in spectacular form the next day where she raced again, and despite her injury finished in first place, much to the delight of the excitable crowd; it was a fantastic show of determination and professionalism. The weekend events were extremely successful for Grandvalira and a compliment to the quality of skiing and snowboarding available.

The forecast is for further snow in Soldeu / El Tarter, mixed with sunshine and cloud, although it may still remain blustery for the next couple of days. We saw 179km (out of 210km) of skiable terrain open today, some lifts / slopes were impacted by the wind and unable to open.

If you would like to see some photos of the events in recent days, then pop across to our Facebook page here, where we have uploaded some images and videos.

Don't forget you can pre-book your discounted ski extras on our online shop by clicking here.

29
February
2016

Date of last snow

28
February
2016
Depth in village 2cm
Depth at bottom of slopes 50cm
Depth at top of slopes 100cm

Lifts open: Soldeu: 16/17, El Tarter: 13/13 (Grandvalira 64/67)

Slopes open: Soldeu: 31/36, El Tarter: 19/26 (Grandvalira 105/122)

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26 February 2016

Today’s chairlift journey to the top of Soldeu was a very cold one as -7 degrees Celsius left a crisp chill in the air, today was not a day to forget your gloves! Some low fog and clouds did make visibility hard at times but it only lasted briefly allowing for a pleasantly sunny day.

Cortales (blue) in Soldeu was closed for unknown reasons today, so if you usually use that as a link to Grau Roig, the best solution is to keep following Solana (blue) down to the bottom of the TSF4 Solanelles chairlift and at the top take Enllac (blue) down to the TK Llac del Cubil chairlift which will take you to Grau Roig.

Still plenty of snow on the slopes with the tightly packed natural snow being topped up with artificial snow from the cannons, the cannons have been working hard to make the most of the cold temperatures we are having at the moment. Occasional icy patches can be found but are few and far between, therefore easily avoidable. The forecast is showing heavy snow fall is due to sweep through Grandvalira this weekend, so keep an eye out for our updates.

Meanwhile in El Tarter, the course has been set up, the giant screens have been built and spectator stands have been erected, all in preparation for the Women’s World Cup Ski Racing this weekend. The racing will take place on the FIS approved Aliga black run, this slope starts from the top of El Tarter just to the left of the Tosa Dels Espiolets chairlift and ends at the bottom of the TSD4 El Tarter chairlift. The first half of the run is wide open and steep in places but surprisingly easy going, the second half of the course on the other hand is more for the skilled skier/snowboarder being narrower and very steep in parts.

Fresh snow is forecast for the weekend, as well as plenty of festivities surrounding the World Cup events, making it a perfect time to join us in Soldeu and El Tarter!

Update: 28 February 2016 AM

The last two days have seen the forecasted snow materialise with consistent (and at times heavy) snowfall throughout the day on Saturday, the snow clouds remain with us on Sunday morning and it’s looking like another snowy day. We will post a further update on conditions once we have had a chance to hit the slopes and check out the conditions for ourselves.

If you would like to see some photos of the events in recent days, then pop across to our Facebook page here, where we have uploaded some images and videos.

Don't forget you can pre-book your discounted ski extras on our online shop by clicking here.

28
February
2016

Date of last snow

27
February
2016
Depth in village 5-10cm
Depth at bottom of slopes 50cm
Depth at top of slopes 100cm

Lifts open: Soldeu: 16/17, El Tarter: 13/13 (Grandvalira 64/67)

Slopes open: Soldeu: 29/36, El Tarter: 24/26 (Grandvalira 108/122)

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26 February 2016

Today’s chairlift journey to the top of Soldeu was a very cold one as -7 degrees Celsius left a crisp chill in the air, today was not a day to forget your gloves! Some low fog and clouds did make visibility hard at times but it only lasted briefly allowing for a pleasantly sunny day.

Cortales (blue) in Soldeu was closed for unknown reasons today, so if you usually use that as a link to Grau Roig, the best solution is to keep following Solana (blue) down to the bottom of the TSF4 Solanelles chairlift and at the top take Enllac (blue) down to the TK Llac del Cubil chairlift which will take you to Grau Roig.

Still plenty of snow on the slopes with the tightly packed natural snow being topped up with artificial snow from the cannons, the cannons have been working hard to make the most of the cold temperatures we are having at the moment. Occasional icy patches can be found but are few and far between, therefore easily avoidable. The forecast is showing heavy snow fall is due to sweep through Grandvalira this weekend, so keep an eye out for our updates.

Meanwhile in El Tarter, the course has been set up, the giant screens have been built and spectator stands have been erected, all in preparation for the Women’s World Cup Ski Racing this weekend. The racing will take place on the FIS approved Aliga black run, this slope starts from the top of El Tarter just to the left of the Tosa Dels Espiolets chairlift and ends at the bottom of the TSD4 El Tarter chairlift. The first half of the run is wide open and steep in places but surprisingly easy going, the second half of the course on the other hand is more for the skilled skier/snowboarder being narrower and very steep in parts.

Fresh snow is forecast for the weekend, as well as plenty of festivities surrounding the World Cup events, making it a perfect time to join us in Soldeu and El Tarter!

Update: 28 February 2016 AM

The last two days have seen the forecasted snow materialise with consistent (and at times heavy) snowfall throughout the day on Saturday, the snow clouds remain with us on Sunday morning and it’s looking like another snowy day. We will post a further update on conditions once we have had a chance to hit the slopes and check out the conditions for ourselves.

If you would like to see some photos of the events in recent days, then pop across to our Facebook page here, where we have uploaded some images and videos.

Don't forget you can pre-book your discounted ski extras on our online shop by clicking here.

27
February
2016

Date of last snow

26
February
2016
Depth in village 2cm
Depth at bottom of slopes 50cm
Depth at top of slopes 100cm

Lifts open: Soldeu: 17/17, El Tarter: 13/13 (Grandvalira 51/67)

Slopes open: Soldeu: 32/36, El Tarter: 23/26 (Grandvalira 80/122)

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20 February 2016

The beautiful blue skies continued in Soldeu / El Tarter today and much like the last few days the snow remains in excellent condition, the fresh snowfall received during the last week or so has now been compacted down offering packed powder conditions and some very enjoyable skiing.

Temperatures having been hovering between -4 and 2 degrees Celsius today, the sunny skies meant it was a perfect day to soak up some rays and enjoy a beer on the terrace in the sunshine, although still a little chilly in the shade and higher up on the mountain.

All links across Grandvalira were open today, meaning you could ski across all six sectors with ease, enjoying 206km of slopes (out of the maximum 210km available).

Don't forget you can pre-book your discounted ski extras on our online shop by clicking here.

26
February
2016

Date of last snow

25
February
2016
Depth in village 0cm
Depth at bottom of slopes 50cm
Depth at top of slopes 100cm

Lifts open: Soldeu: 17/17, El Tarter: 13/13 (Grandvalira 65/67)

Slopes open: Soldeu: 32/36, El Tarter: 23/26 (Grandvalira 113/122)

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20 February 2016

The beautiful blue skies continued in Soldeu / El Tarter today and much like the last few days the snow remains in excellent condition, the fresh snowfall received during the last week or so has now been compacted down offering packed powder conditions and some very enjoyable skiing.

Temperatures having been hovering between -4 and 2 degrees Celsius today, the sunny skies meant it was a perfect day to soak up some rays and enjoy a beer on the terrace in the sunshine, although still a little chilly in the shade and higher up on the mountain.

All links across Grandvalira were open today, meaning you could ski across all six sectors with ease, enjoying 206km of slopes (out of the maximum 210km available).

Don't forget you can pre-book your discounted ski extras on our online shop by clicking here.

25
February
2016

Date of last snow

25
February
2016
Depth in village 0cm
Depth at bottom of slopes 60cm
Depth at top of slopes 100cm

Lifts open: Soldeu: 17/17, El Tarter: 13/13 (Grandvalira 65/67)

Slopes open: Soldeu: 32/36, El Tarter: 22/26 (Grandvalira 113/122)

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20 February 2016

The beautiful blue skies continued in Soldeu / El Tarter today and much like the last few days the snow remains in excellent condition, the fresh snowfall received during the last week or so has now been compacted down offering packed powder conditions and some very enjoyable skiing.

Temperatures having been hovering between -4 and 2 degrees Celsius today, the sunny skies meant it was a perfect day to soak up some rays and enjoy a beer on the terrace in the sunshine, although still a little chilly in the shade and higher up on the mountain.

All links across Grandvalira were open today, meaning you could ski across all six sectors with ease, enjoying 206km of slopes (out of the maximum 210km available).

Don't forget you can pre-book your discounted ski extras on our online shop by clicking here.

24
February
2016

Date of last snow

22
February
2016
Depth in village 2cm
Depth at bottom of slopes 50cm
Depth at top of slopes 100cm

Lifts open: Soldeu: 17/17, El Tarter: 13/13 (Grandvalira 65/67)

Slopes open: Soldeu: 35/36, El Tarter: 21/26 (Grandvalira 113/122)

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20 February 2016

The beautiful blue skies continued in Soldeu / El Tarter today and much like the last few days the snow remains in excellent condition, the fresh snowfall received during the last week or so has now been compacted down offering packed powder conditions and some very enjoyable skiing.

Temperatures having been hovering between -4 and 2 degrees Celsius today, the sunny skies meant it was a perfect day to soak up some rays and enjoy a beer on the terrace in the sunshine, although still a little chilly in the shade and higher up on the mountain.

All links across Grandvalira were open today, meaning you could ski across all six sectors with ease, enjoying 206km of slopes (out of the maximum 210km available).

Don't forget you can pre-book your discounted ski extras on our online shop by clicking here.

23
February
2016

Date of last snow

22
February
2016
Depth in village 2cm
Depth at bottom of slopes 50cm
Depth at top of slopes 100cm

Lifts open: Soldeu: 17/17, El Tarter: 13/13 (Grandvalira 65/67)

Slopes open: Soldeu: 35/36, El Tarter: 24/26 (Grandvalira 118/122)

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20 February 2016

The beautiful blue skies continued in Soldeu / El Tarter today and much like the last few days the snow remains in excellent condition, the fresh snowfall received during the last week or so has now been compacted down offering packed powder conditions and some very enjoyable skiing.

Temperatures having been hovering between -4 and 2 degrees Celsius today, the sunny skies meant it was a perfect day to soak up some rays and enjoy a beer on the terrace in the sunshine, although still a little chilly in the shade and higher up on the mountain.

All links across Grandvalira were open today, meaning you could ski across all six sectors with ease, enjoying 206km of slopes (out of the maximum 210km available).

Don't forget you can pre-book your discounted ski extras on our online shop by clicking here.

22
February
2016

Date of last snow

18
February
2016
Depth in village 5cm
Depth at bottom of slopes 50cm
Depth at top of slopes 100cm

Lifts open: Soldeu: 17/17, El Tarter: 13/13 (Grandvalira 66/67)

Slopes open: Soldeu: 35/36, El Tarter: 24/26 (Grandvalira 118/122)

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20 February 2016

The beautiful blue skies continued in Soldeu / El Tarter today and much like the last few days the snow remains in excellent condition, the fresh snowfall received during the last week or so has now been compacted down offering packed powder conditions and some very enjoyable skiing.

Temperatures having been hovering between -4 and 2 degrees Celsius today, the sunny skies meant it was a perfect day to soak up some rays and enjoy a beer on the terrace in the sunshine, although still a little chilly in the shade and higher up on the mountain.

All links across Grandvalira were open today, meaning you could ski across all six sectors with ease, enjoying 206km of slopes (out of the maximum 210km available).

Don't forget you can pre-book your discounted ski extras on our online shop by clicking here.

21
February
2016

Date of last snow

18
February
2016
Depth in village 5cm
Depth at bottom of slopes 50cm
Depth at top of slopes 100cm

Lifts open: Soldeu: 17/17, El Tarter: 13/13 (Grandvalira 66/67)

Slopes open: Soldeu: 35/36, El Tarter: 25/26 (Grandvalira 119/122)

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20 February 2016

The beautiful blue skies continued in Soldeu / El Tarter today and much like the last few days the snow remains in excellent condition, the fresh snowfall received during the last week or so has now been compacted down offering packed powder conditions and some very enjoyable skiing.

Temperatures having been hovering between -4 and 2 degrees Celsius today, the sunny skies meant it was a perfect day to soak up some rays and enjoy a beer on the terrace in the sunshine, although still a little chilly in the shade and higher up on the mountain.

All links across Grandvalira were open today, meaning you could ski across all six sectors with ease, enjoying 206km of slopes (out of the maximum 210km available).

Don't forget you can pre-book your discounted ski extras on our online shop by clicking here.

20
February
2016

Date of last snow

18
February
2016
Depth in village 5cm
Depth at bottom of slopes 50cm
Depth at top of slopes 100cm

Lifts open: Soldeu: 17/17, El Tarter: 13/13 (Grandvalira 66/67)

Slopes open: Soldeu: 35/36, El Tarter: 25/26 (Grandvalira 119/122)

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17 February 2016

Great weather and perfect snow is becoming a regular thing in Soldeu and El Tarter at the moment, today yet again was a bluebird day with the sun shining down onto some beautiful snow conditions. Several days of natural snowfall coupled with top ups from the snow cannons have seen snow depths gradually improving; coverage on the slopes is very good, with conditions alternating between powder and packed powder where the groomers have been in action.

Grandvalira are edging ever closer to opening 100% of slopes, today we were able to enjoy 206km out of the full 210km, with the technical team working hard to prepare 100% of the area.

Conditions have been very kind to us this week in the busiest part of the season, and are looking promising for the upcoming World Cup ski racing in El Tarter next weekend too. With excellent conditions and some exciting events coming up it’s a great time to think about joining us.

Don't forget you can pre-book your discounted ski extras on our online shop by clicking here.

19
February
2016

Date of last snow

18
February
2016
Depth in village 5cm
Depth at bottom of slopes 50cm
Depth at top of slopes 100cm

Lifts open: Soldeu: 17/17, El Tarter: 13/13 (Grandvalira 66/67)

Slopes open: Soldeu: 35/36, El Tarter: 25/26 (Grandvalira 119/122)

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17 February 2016

Great weather and perfect snow is becoming a regular thing in Soldeu and El Tarter at the moment, today yet again was a bluebird day with the sun shining down onto some beautiful snow conditions. Several days of natural snowfall coupled with top ups from the snow cannons have seen snow depths gradually improving; coverage on the slopes is very good, with conditions alternating between powder and packed powder where the groomers have been in action.

Grandvalira are edging ever closer to opening 100% of slopes, today we were able to enjoy 206km out of the full 210km, with the technical team working hard to prepare 100% of the area.

Conditions have been very kind to us this week in the busiest part of the season, and are looking promising for the upcoming World Cup ski racing in El Tarter next weekend too. With excellent conditions and some exciting events coming up it’s a great time to think about joining us.

Don't forget you can pre-book your discounted ski extras on our online shop by clicking here.

18
February
2016

Date of last snow

18
February
2016
Depth in village 5cm
Depth at bottom of slopes 50cm
Depth at top of slopes 100cm

Lifts open: Soldeu: 17/17, El Tarter: 13/13 (Grandvalira 66/67)

Slopes open: Soldeu: 35/36, El Tarter: 25/26 (Grandvalira 119/122)

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17 February 2016

Great weather and perfect snow is becoming a regular thing in Soldeu and El Tarter at the moment, today yet again was a bluebird day with the sun shining down onto some beautiful snow conditions. Several days of natural snowfall coupled with top ups from the snow cannons have seen snow depths gradually improving; coverage on the slopes is very good, with conditions alternating between powder and packed powder where the groomers have been in action.

Grandvalira are edging ever closer to opening 100% of slopes, today we were able to enjoy 206km out of the full 210km, with the technical team working hard to prepare 100% of the area.

Conditions have been very kind to us this week in the busiest part of the season, and are looking promising for the upcoming World Cup ski racing in El Tarter next weekend too. With excellent conditions and some exciting events coming up it’s a great time to think about joining us.

Don't forget you can pre-book your discounted ski extras on our online shop by clicking here.

17
February
2016

Date of last snow

15
February
2016
Depth in village 10cm
Depth at bottom of slopes 40cm
Depth at top of slopes 90cm

Lifts open: Soldeu: 17/17, El Tarter: 12/13 (Grandvalira 65/67)

Slopes open: Soldeu: 34/36, El Tarter: 24/26 (Grandvalira 118/123)

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14 February 2016

The sun was yet again shining on Soldeu and El Tarter today, though temperatures were low (highs of 2 degrees celsius and lows of -6) it was not noticeable especially with the clear blue skies and warm sun. The snow on piste is still nicely groomed allowing very good skiing conditions. We are expecting further snow in the coming days starting this evening; this should give the slopes a nice top up of fresh powder, adding even more enjoyment to the 203km of skiable terrain now open across Grandvalira.

One of our recommended runs today is Riu Solanelles (red) which runs alongside the Solanella (blue), starting from the top of Soldeu and ending up at the bottom of Pla de les Pedres Grau Roig/Soldeu chairlifts. The run is slightly more challenging in places, therefore is often a little quieter allowing you to fully enjoy; it is similar to a large half pipe and is perfect for practicing your short turns or maybe even some tricks. Eventually this slope joins back up with the end of Solanella (blue), but is a very good alternative if you require something more exciting. 

We expect to see the ski area looking a lot busier this next week as we are now into half term, but we couldn't really ask for better conditions to start the week off with.

Don't forget you can pre-book your discounted ski extras on our online shop by clicking here.

16
February
2016

Date of last snow

16
February
2016
Depth in village 5cm
Depth at bottom of slopes 40cm
Depth at top of slopes 90cm

Lifts open: Soldeu: 17/17, El Tarter: 12/13 (Grandvalira 65/67)

Slopes open: Soldeu: 32/36, El Tarter: 19/26 (Grandvalira 111/123)

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14 February 2016

The sun was yet again shining on Soldeu and El Tarter today, though temperatures were low (highs of 2 degrees celsius and lows of -6) it was not noticeable especially with the clear blue skies and warm sun. The snow on piste is still nicely groomed allowing very good skiing conditions. We are expecting further snow in the coming days starting this evening; this should give the slopes a nice top up of fresh powder, adding even more enjoyment to the 203km of skiable terrain now open across Grandvalira.

One of our recommended runs today is Riu Solanelles (red) which runs alongside the Solanella (blue), starting from the top of Soldeu and ending up at the bottom of Pla de les Pedres Grau Roig/Soldeu chairlifts. The run is slightly more challenging in places, therefore is often a little quieter allowing you to fully enjoy; it is similar to a large half pipe and is perfect for practicing your short turns or maybe even some tricks. Eventually this slope joins back up with the end of Solanella (blue), but is a very good alternative if you require something more exciting. 

We expect to see the ski area looking a lot busier this next week as we are now into half term, but we couldn't really ask for better conditions to start the week off with.

Don't forget you can pre-book your discounted ski extras on our online shop by clicking here.

15
February
2016

Date of last snow

14
February
2016
Depth in village 0cm
Depth at bottom of slopes 40cm
Depth at top of slopes 90cm

Lifts open: Soldeu: 17/17, El Tarter: 13/13 (Grandvalira 66/67)

Slopes open: Soldeu: 32/36, El Tarter: 24/26 (Grandvalira 116/123)

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14 February 2016

The sun was yet again shining on Soldeu and El Tarter today, though temperatures were low (highs of 2 degrees celsius and lows of -6) it was not noticeable especially with the clear blue skies and warm sun. The snow on piste is still nicely groomed allowing very good skiing conditions. We are expecting further snow in the coming days starting this evening; this should give the slopes a nice top up of fresh powder, adding even more enjoyment to the 203km of skiable terrain now open across Grandvalira.

One of our recommended runs today is Riu Solanelles (red) which runs alongside the Solanella (blue), starting from the top of Soldeu and ending up at the bottom of Pla de les Pedres Grau Roig/Soldeu chairlifts. The run is slightly more challenging in places, therefore is often a little quieter allowing you to fully enjoy; it is similar to a large half pipe and is perfect for practicing your short turns or maybe even some tricks. Eventually this slope joins back up with the end of Solanella (blue), but is a very good alternative if you require something more exciting. 

We expect to see the ski area looking a lot busier this next week as we are now into half term, but we couldn't really ask for better conditions to start the week off with.

Don't forget you can pre-book your discounted ski extras on our online shop by clicking here.

14
February
2016

Date of last snow

13
February
2016
Depth in village 10cm
Depth at bottom of slopes 40cm
Depth at top of slopes 90cm

Lifts open: Soldeu: 17/17, El Tarter: 13/13 (Grandvalira 66/67)

Slopes open: Soldeu: 32/36, El Tarter: 24/26 (Grandvalira 117/123)

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14 February 2016

The sun was yet again shining on Soldeu and El Tarter today, though temperatures were low (highs of 2 degrees celsius and lows of -6) it was not noticeable especially with the clear blue skies and warm sun. The snow on piste is still nicely groomed allowing very good skiing conditions. We are expecting further snow in the coming days starting this evening; this should give the slopes a nice top up of fresh powder, adding even more enjoyment to the 203km of skiable terrain now open across Grandvalira.

One of our recommended runs today is Riu Solanelles (red) which runs alongside the Solanella (blue), starting from the top of Soldeu and ending up at the bottom of Pla de les Pedres Grau Roig/Soldeu chairlifts. The run is slightly more challenging in places, therefore is often a little quieter allowing you to fully enjoy; it is similar to a large half pipe and is perfect for practicing your short turns or maybe even some tricks. Eventually this slope joins back up with the end of Solanella (blue), but is a very good alternative if you require something more exciting. 

We expect to see the ski area looking a lot busier this next week as we are now into half term, but we couldn't really ask for better conditions to start the week off with.

Don't forget you can pre-book your discounted ski extras on our online shop by clicking here.

13
February
2016

Date of last snow

13
February
2016
Depth in village 15cm
Depth at bottom of slopes 40cm
Depth at top of slopes 90cm

Lifts open: Soldeu: 17/17, El Tarter: 13/13 (Grandvalira 66/67)

Slopes open: Soldeu: 29/36, El Tarter: 19/26 (Grandvalira 106/123)

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12 February 2016

A lot of new snow in Soldeu and El Tarter today!  Snow conditions were near perfect as the heavy snow that lasted from early morning into the afternoon left some lovely fresh powder on the slopes.  Low cloud has made visibility difficult at times as to be expected with the heavy snowfall, however the clouds soon parted leaving blue skies and sunshine for the latter part of the afternoon.

Today we noticed that lifts were rather quiet for this time of year with relatively no queues (this is set to change for the busy half term next week of course), making the trip up the mountain very enjoyable and hassle free, with plenty of chance to enjoy the 195km of skiable terrain now open in Grandvalira. 

Today's snowfall coupled with the snowy forecast for the coming week bodes well for snow conditions. Grandvalira announced today that it hopes to open 100% of the ski area this weekend, all we need now is a little sunshine thrown into the mix and next week could be just perfect!

Don't forget you can pre-book your discounted ski extras on our online shop by clicking here.

12
February
2016

Date of last snow

12
February
2016
Depth in village 10cm
Depth at bottom of slopes 40cm
Depth at top of slopes 70cm

Lifts open: Soldeu: 17/17, El Tarter: 13/13 (Grandvalira 66/67)

Slopes open: Soldeu: 29/36, El Tarter: 24/26 (Grandvalira 110/123)

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12 February 2016

A lot of new snow in Soldeu and El Tarter today!  Snow conditions were near perfect as the heavy snow that lasted from early morning into the afternoon left some lovely fresh powder on the slopes.  Low cloud has made visibility difficult at times as to be expected with the heavy snowfall, however the clouds soon parted leaving blue skies and sunshine for the latter part of the afternoon.

Today we noticed that lifts were rather quiet for this time of year with relatively no queues (this is set to change for the busy half term next week of course), making the trip up the mountain very enjoyable and hassle free, with plenty of chance to enjoy the 195km of skiable terrain now open in Grandvalira. 

Today's snowfall coupled with the snowy forecast for the coming week bodes well for snow conditions. Grandvalira announced today that it hopes to open 100% of the ski area this weekend, all we need now is a little sunshine thrown into the mix and next week could be just perfect!

Don't forget you can pre-book your discounted ski extras on our online shop by clicking here.

11
February
2016

Date of last snow

10
February
2016
Depth in village 10cm
Depth at bottom of slopes 40cm
Depth at top of slopes 70cm

Lifts open: Soldeu: 17/17, El Tarter: 13/13 (Grandvalira 66/67)

Slopes open: Soldeu: 28/36, El Tarter: 23/26 (Grandvalira 107/123)

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10 February 2016

Yesterday was a strange day with a complete mix of weather and changing visibility culminating with heavy snow throughout the night and 25cm of fresh snow on the slopes for this morning.  It's stayed really cold today, below freezing, and cloudy too with some snow in the air.  The forecast is showing snow for most of the next few days.

Plenty of fresh snow on the mountain for you to enjoy today, and we're back up to 194km of slopes open, so looking in great shape for half term next week.

10
February
2016

Date of last snow

10
February
2016
Depth in village 10cm
Depth at bottom of slopes 40cm
Depth at top of slopes 70cm

Lifts open: Soldeu: 17/17, El Tarter: 13/13 (Grandvalira 66/67)

Slopes open: Soldeu: 26/36, El Tarter: 22/26 (Grandvalira 104/123)

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10 February 2016

Yesterday was a strange day with a complete mix of weather and changing visibility culminating with heavy snow throughout the night and 25cm of fresh snow on the slopes for this morning.  It's stayed really cold today, below freezing, and cloudy too with some snow in the air.  The forecast is showing snow for most of the next few days.

Plenty of fresh snow on the mountain for you to enjoy today, and we're back up to 194km of slopes open, so looking in great shape for half term next week.

09
February
2016

Date of last snow

7
February
2016
Depth in village 5cm
Depth at bottom of slopes 35cm
Depth at top of slopes 60cm

Lifts open: Soldeu: 17/17, El Tarter: 13/13 (Grandvalira 65/67)

Slopes open: Soldeu: 27/36, El Tarter: 22/26 (Grandvalira 106/123)

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8 February 2016

A sunny but cold start to the day in Soldeu / El Tarter making for a great day to hit the slopes.  After receiving around 15cm of fresh snowfall yesterday and a tiny bit more overnight the pistes have freshened up very nicely (the snow cannons have also been blasting topping up the natural snowfall). Yesterday offered us some nice fresh powder to enjoy, whereas today we would expect conditions to offer up packed powder across the main bulk of the slopes with some lovely easy skiing to be had.

All links are open across Grandvalira this morning with 189km of skiable terrain available.

The forecast for the week ahead is for plenty more snow with conditions remaining on the chilly side, conditions are shaping up nicely for the busy half term holiday next week.

If you're coming out soon and are yet to book your ski extras then don't leave it too last minute - online bookings close three days in advance so make sure you book early to benefit from the pre-booking discounts and offers on our online shop >>

08
February
2016

Date of last snow

7
February
2016
Depth in village 5cm
Depth at bottom of slopes 35cm
Depth at top of slopes 65cm

Lifts open: Soldeu: 17/17, El Tarter: 13/13 (Grandvalira 65/67)

Slopes open: Soldeu: 26/36, El Tarter: 21/26 (Grandvalira 104/123)

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8 February 2016

A sunny but cold start to the day in Soldeu / El Tarter making for a great day to hit the slopes.  After receiving around 15cm of fresh snowfall yesterday and a tiny bit more overnight the pistes have freshened up very nicely (the snow cannons have also been blasting topping up the natural snowfall). Yesterday offered us some nice fresh powder to enjoy, whereas today we would expect conditions to offer up packed powder across the main bulk of the slopes with some lovely easy skiing to be had.

All links are open across Grandvalira this morning with 189km of skiable terrain available.

The forecast for the week ahead is for plenty more snow with conditions remaining on the chilly side, conditions are shaping up nicely for the busy half term holiday next week.

If you're coming out soon and are yet to book your ski extras then don't leave it too last minute - online bookings close three days in advance so make sure you book early to benefit from the pre-booking discounts and offers on our online shop >>

06
February
2016

Date of last snow

03
February
2016
Depth in village 0cm
Depth at bottom of slopes 35cm
Depth at top of slopes 60cm

Lifts open: Soldeu: 17/17, El Tarter: 13/13 (Grandvalira 64/67)

Slopes open: Soldeu: 26/36, El Tarter: 22/26 (Grandvalira 99/123)

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6 February 2016

A sunny but chilly day in Soldeu, with the temperature set to fall further over the weekend and into next week.  The local forecast is predicting between 10 and 15 cm of fresh snow tonight and further snow set to fall later in the week, so things are looking a little better as we get closer to half term.

Conditions on the slopes were helped with the snow earlier in the week, but remain hard packed, although we anticipate improvement in the coming days with the temperature cold enough for snow cannons plus the natural snow on the forecast.  At the moment there are 171km of slopes open, so plenty for you to enjoy.

If you're coming out soon and are yet to book your ski extras then don't leave it too last minute - online bookings close three days in advance so make sure you book early to benefit from the pre-booking discounts and offers on our online shop >>

05
February
2016

Date of last snow

03
February
2016
Depth in village 2cm
Depth at bottom of slopes 35cm
Depth at top of slopes 60cm

Lifts open: Soldeu: 17/17, El Tarter: 13/13 (Grandvalira 64/67)

Slopes open: Soldeu: 26/36, El Tarter: 21/26 (Grandvalira 99/123)

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1 February 2016

Clear blue skies over Soldeu and El Tarter today! A few days of bitter cold gave way to warmer temperatures with Soldeu and El Tarter averaging temps of around 7 degrees celsius. The technical team have been working hard to keep the slopes in tip top shape and despite the warmer temperatures and non-ideal weather conditions this week, have done a great job at maintaining nicely groomed slopes still with good snow coverage.

Grandvalira has 189km of slopes open today, so there remains plenty of skiing to be had, make the most of the current sunny weather whilst you can, temperatures are forecast to drop a little later this week with some more snow possibly on the way.

If you haven't booked your holiday to Soldeu/El Tarter yet, you can plan your trip and save money on your ski extras on our website here >>     

04
February
2016

Date of last snow

03
February
2016
Depth in village 0cm
Depth at bottom of slopes 35cm
Depth at top of slopes 60cm

Lifts open: Soldeu: 17/17, El Tarter: 13/13 (Grandvalira 64/67)

Slopes open: Soldeu: 26/36, El Tarter: 22/26 (Grandvalira 99/123)

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1 February 2016

Clear blue skies over Soldeu and El Tarter today! A few days of bitter cold gave way to warmer temperatures with Soldeu and El Tarter averaging temps of around 7 degrees celsius. The technical team have been working hard to keep the slopes in tip top shape and despite the warmer temperatures and non-ideal weather conditions this week, have done a great job at maintaining nicely groomed slopes still with good snow coverage.

Grandvalira has 189km of slopes open today, so there remains plenty of skiing to be had, make the most of the current sunny weather whilst you can, temperatures are forecast to drop a little later this week with some more snow possibly on the way.

If you haven't booked your holiday to Soldeu/El Tarter yet, you can plan your trip and save money on your ski extras on our website here >>     

03
February
2016

Date of last snow

19
January
2016
Depth in village 0cm
Depth at bottom of slopes 35cm
Depth at top of slopes 60cm

Lifts open: Soldeu: 17/17, El Tarter: 13/13 (Grandvalira 64/67)

Slopes open: Soldeu: 26/36, El Tarter: 22/26 (Grandvalira 99/123)

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1 Febuary 2016

Clear blue skies over Soldeu and El Tarter today! A few days of bitter cold gave way to warmer temperatures with Soldeu and El Tarter averaging temps of around 7 degrees celsius. The technical team have been working hard to keep the slopes in tip top shape and despite the warmer temperatures and non-ideal weather conditions this week, have done a great job at maintaining nicely groomed slopes still with good snow coverage.

Grandvalira has 189km of slopes open today, so there remains plenty of skiing to be had, make the most of the current sunny weather whilst you can, temperatures are forecast to drop a little later this week with some more snow possibly on the way.

If you haven't booked your holiday to Soldeu/El Tarter yet, you can plan your trip and save money on your ski extras on our website here >>     

02
February
2016

Date of last snow

19
January
2016
Depth in village 0cm
Depth at bottom of slopes 35cm
Depth at top of slopes 60cm

Lifts open: Soldeu: 17/17, El Tarter: 13/13 (Grandvalira 64/67)

Slopes open: Soldeu: 26/36, El Tarter: 22/26 (Grandvalira 98/123)

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1 Febuary 2016

Clear blue skies over Soldeu and El Tarter today! A few days of bitter cold gave way to warmer temperatures with Soldeu and El Tarter averaging temps of around 7 degrees celsius. The technical team have been working hard to keep the slopes in tip top shape and despite the warmer temperatures and non-ideal weather conditions this week, have done a great job at maintaining nicely groomed slopes still with good snow coverage.

Grandvalira has 189km of slopes open today, so there remains plenty of skiing to be had, make the most of the current sunny weather whilst you can, temperatures are forecast to drop a little later this week with some more snow possibly on the way.

If you haven't booked your holiday to Soldeu/El Tarter yet, you can plan your trip and save money on your ski extras on our website here >>     

01
February
2016

Date of last snow

19
January
2016
Depth in village 0cm
Depth at bottom of slopes 35cm
Depth at top of slopes 60cm

Lifts open: Soldeu: 17/17, El Tarter: 13/13 (Grandvalira 65/67)

Slopes open: Soldeu: 28/36, El Tarter: 24/26 (Grandvalira 106/123)

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1 Febuary 2016

Clear blue skies over Soldeu and El Tarter today! A few days of bitter cold gave way to warmer temperatures with Soldeu and El Tarter averaging temps of around 7 degrees celsius. The technical team have been working hard to keep the slopes in tip top shape and despite the warmer temperatures and non-ideal weather conditions this week, have done a great job at maintaining nicely groomed slopes still with good snow coverage.

Grandvalira has 189km of slopes open today, so there remains plenty of skiing to be had, make the most of the current sunny weather whilst you can, temperatures are forecast to drop a little later this week with some more snow possibly on the way.

If you haven't booked your holiday to Soldeu/El Tarter yet, you can plan your trip and save money on your ski extras on our website here >>     

31
January
2016

Date of last snow

19
January
2016
Depth in village 0cm
Depth at bottom of slopes 35cm
Depth at top of slopes 60cm

Lifts open: Soldeu: 17/17, El Tarter: 13/13 (Grandvalira 65/67)

Slopes open: Soldeu: 29/36, El Tarter: 23/26 (Grandvalira 109/123)

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30 January 2016

Lows of -4 degrees celsius in Soldeu and El Tarter today made it a day to wear an extra layer. Though cold the sun was still shining and there maintains good snow coverage across the pistes.

Enradort was the stand out run today and one you'll need to take if you are going from the top of Soldeu / Encamp across to Grau Roig, it's a lovely wide open and at times steep run, and due to its high location a perfect place to overlook just some of the 195 km skiable terrain now open in Grandvalira.

If you haven't booked your holiday to Soldeu/El Tarter yet, you can plan your trip and save money on your ski extras on our website here >>     

30
January
2016

Date of last snow

19
January
2016
Depth in village 0cm
Depth at bottom of slopes 35cm
Depth at top of slopes 60cm

Lifts open: Soldeu: 17/17, El Tarter: 13/13 (Grandvalira 65/67)

Slopes open: Soldeu: 28/36, El Tarter: 23/26 (Grandvalira 108/123)

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30 January 2016

Lows of -4 degrees celsius in Soldeu and El Tarter today made it a day to wear an extra layer. Though cold the sun was still shining and there maintains good snow coverage across the pistes.

Enradort was the stand out run today and one you'll need to take if you are going from the top of Soldeu / Encamp across to Grau Roig, it's a lovely wide open and at times steep run, and due to its high location a perfect place to overlook just some of the 195 km skiable terrain now open in Grandvalira.

If you haven't booked your holiday to Soldeu/El Tarter yet, you can plan your trip and save money on your ski extras on our website here >>     

29
January
2016

Date of last snow

19
January
2016
Depth in village 0cm
Depth at bottom of slopes 40cm
Depth at top of slopes 70cm

Lifts open: Soldeu: 17/17, El Tarter: 13/13 (Grandvalira 65/67)

Slopes open: Soldeu: 28/36, El Tarter: 23/26 (Grandvalira 108/123)

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29 January 2016

Beautiful conditions in Soldeu today! A little colder than the last few days with highs of 3 degrees celsius and lows of -2, the icy mountain air really nipped at your nose, yet the sun was still shining beautifully.

We gave the skis a little run out on the lower slopes today around the Espiolets area and particularly enjoyed taking the long Bosc button lift up through the trees alongside Torrallardona (red run) - a nice relaxing trip to the top of the Soldeu slopes. With 195km open today there is still plenty to go at and the weather is great for exploring.

If you haven't booked your holiday to Soldeu/El Tarter yet, you can plan your trip and save money on your ski extras on our website here >>     

28
January
2016

Date of last snow

19
January
2016
Depth in village 0cm
Depth at bottom of slopes 40cm
Depth at top of slopes 70cm

Lifts open: Soldeu: 17/17, El Tarter: 13/13 (Grandvalira 65/67)

Slopes open: Soldeu: 29/36, El Tarter: 23/26 (Grandvalira 107/123)

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27 January 2016

Today we took one of the more scenic routes in Grandvalira to take advantage of the perfect weather. Taking the Llosada lift to the highest point in Soldeu/El Tarter, we took a short blue called Oreneta down towards the Els Clots lift, 2,560m up is the best place to enjoy the sun, and today there was plenty of it with highs of 7 degrees celsius across the Grandvalira area.

After taking the Els Clots lift towards Canillo we reached the long, picturesque blue run Rossiynol, which due to it's high location is one of the best runs for a view of the mountains. If you haven't tried Rossyniol then we highly reccomend you do, the views are great and the run has some more challenging sections (by beginner / intermediate standards) for a bit of excitment.

Be sure to make the most of the full ski area in these lovely sunny conditions, with 201km of skiable terrain now open you have plenty of options!

If you haven't booked your holiday to Soldeu/El Tarter yet, you can plan your trip and save money on your ski extras on our website here >>     

27
January
2016

Date of last snow

19
January
2016
Depth in village 0cm
Depth at bottom of slopes 40cm
Depth at top of slopes 70cm

Lifts open: Soldeu: 17/17, El Tarter: 13/13 (Grandvalira 65/67)

Slopes open: Soldeu: 29/36, El Tarter: 24/26 (Grandvalira 111/123)

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27 January 2016

Today we took one of the more scenic routes in Grandvalira to take advantage of the perfect weather. Taking the Llosada lift to the highest point in Soldeu/El Tarter, we took a short blue called Oreneta down towards the Els Clots lift, 2,560m up is the best place to enjoy the sun, and today there was plenty of it with highs of 7 degrees celsius across the Grandvalira area.

After taking the Els Clots lift towards Canillo we reached the long, picturesque blue run Rossiynol, which due to it's high location is one of the best runs for a view of the mountains. If you haven't tried Rossyniol then we highly reccomend you do, the views are great and the run has some more challenging sections (by beginner / intermediate standards) for a bit of excitment.

Be sure to make the most of the full ski area in these lovely sunny conditions, with 201km of skiable terrain now open you have plenty of options!

If you haven't booked your holiday to Soldeu/El Tarter yet, you can plan your trip and save money on your ski extras on our website here >>     

26
January
2016

Date of last snow

19
January
2016
Depth in village 0cm
Depth at bottom of slopes 40cm
Depth at top of slopes 70cm

Lifts open: Soldeu: 17/17, El Tarter: 13/13 (Grandvalira 65/67)

Slopes open: Soldeu: 29/36, El Tarter: 23/26 (Grandvalira 110/123)

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23 January 2016

Three words to describe today - glorious, glorious and glorious! The sun is shining and the slopes are looking good, with 201km of skiable terrain open for all to enjoy. Temperatures are set to hover around 6-8 degrees today, but may feel a bit warmer in those sunny spots.

Today we took the Tosa Dels Espiolets chair lift from El Tarter up to 2,467m and we enjoyed spending time on the nice easy blues back down into Soldeu including Os and Gall de Bosc, nice simple runs with great views and few more challenging spots to practice your turns. Perfect easy skiing for a nice sunny day.

With approximately 114/123 runs open across Grandvalira there is plenty to go at, the snow coverage remains good and the sunny skies make for perfect visibility.

If you haven't booked you holiday to Soldeu/El Tarter yet, you can plan your trip and save money on your ski extras on our website here >>

23
January
2016

Date of last snow

19
January
2016
Depth in village 2cm
Depth at bottom of slopes 40cm
Depth at top of slopes 70cm

Lifts open: Soldeu: 16/17, El Tarter: 13/13 (Grandvalira 64/67)

Slopes open: Soldeu: 30/36, El Tarter: 25/26 (Grandvalira 118/123)

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22 January 2016

We woke up this morning to the glaring sun peaking through white clouds that are dotted around the sky, weather reports in Soldeu forecast alot of sun with the clouds clearing further into the afternoon helping temperatures reach highs of 5 Celsius.

Make sure to bring a pair of sunglasses to wear while you soak up the rays as you enjoy that well deserved beer after a long day skiing! You'll need a rest with a massive 195km of skiable terrain now open.

We will be skiing most of the terrain daily (we'll try to cover it all!) so for updates on different pistes and paths on the Soldeu mountain make sure to check this report every day. 

If you haven't booked your Soldeu adventure yet then you can find ski holidays and ski extra on our holidays page here >>

22
January
2016

Date of last snow

19
January
2016
Depth in village 2cm
Depth at bottom of slopes 40cm
Depth at top of slopes 70cm

Lifts open: Soldeu: 16/17, El Tarter: 13/13 (Grandvalira 66/67)

Slopes open: Soldeu: 30/36, El Tarter: 25/26 (Grandvalira 114/123)

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22 January 2016

We woke up this morning to the glaring sun peaking through white clouds that are dotted around the sky, but do not worry as weather reports in Soldeu forecast alot of sun with the clouds clearing further into the afternoon helping temperatures reach highs of 5 Celsius.

Make sure to bring a pair of sunglasses to wear while you soak up the rays as you enjoy that well deserved beer after a long day skiing! You'll need a rest with a massive 195km of skiable terrain now open.

We will be skiing most of the terrain daily (we'll try to cover it all!) so for updates on different pistes and paths on the Soldeu mountain make sure to check this report every day. 

If you haven't booked your Soldeu adventure yet then you can find ski holidays and ski extra on our holidays page here >>

19
January
2016

Date of last snow

19
January
2016
Depth in village 20cm
Depth at bottom of slopes 40cm
Depth at top of slopes 70cm

Lifts open: Soldeu: 17/17, El Tarter: 13/13 (Grandvalira 67/67)

Slopes open: Soldeu: 29/36, El Tarter: 25/26 (Grandvalira 109/123)

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19 January 2016

Good morning snow!!  It started yesterday afternoon with light snow and became heavier into the evening and over night, with around 20cm at village level.  It feels very cold this morning, but only showing around zero, so wrap up for the slopes and it should be an amazing day up on the mountain.

The total slopes open has increased again, now with 194km open, and with more snow on the forecast for later today conditions are some of the best we've had this season.  We'll keep you posted with the latest conditions, and if you're here this week we hope you enjoy it.

If you haven't booked yet you can find ski holidays and ski extras on our holidays page here >>

17
January
2016

Date of last snow

16
January
2016
Depth in village 5 cm
Depth at bottom of slopes 40 cm
Depth at top of slopes 70 cm

Lifts open: Soldeu: 17/17, El Tarter: 13/13 (Grandvalira 67/67)

Slopes open: Soldeu: 29/36, El Tarter: 22/27 (Grandvalira 105/123)

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17 January 2016

It has been snowing heavily for last couple of days, but today the clouds have cleared and its a beautiful sunny day. The trees are covered in snow and the temperatures are down to -10 degrees, so plenty of extras layers required. The cannons are still on all across Grandvalira and there are still some very strong winds in the exposed areas on the top of the mountains. There is now a massive 184km of slopes open made up of 105 runs.

5pm - We are back from skiing today and the conditions are incredable up there at the moment. The pistes are groomed but with a lovley thin layer of fresh on top. We skied from El Tarter to Canillo down the Rossinyol and lunching in El Forn in Canillo. Skiing back we played on Isard, and Esquirol with some great conditions!

If you've not booked your ski trip yet then head to our holidays page where you can plan and book everything you need for your Soldeu ski holiday.

16
January
2016

Date of last snow

16
January
2016
Depth in village 5 cm
Depth at bottom of slopes 25 cm
Depth at top of slopes 50 cm

Lifts open: Soldeu: 12/17, El Tarter: 8/13 (Grandvalira 56/67)

Slopes open: Soldeu: 28/36, El Tarter: 22/27 (Grandvalira 104/123)

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15 January 2016

It has been snowing heavily for most of the day. The sun has tried to break through a couple of times which has lightened the visability whilst skiing. It is very cold up the mountain with temperatures of around -8 degrees, and then in the wind feels like about -15 degrees. The cannons are on all across Grandvalira and there are some very strong winds in the exposed areas on the top of the mountains. There is a massive 169km of slopes open today made up of 102 runs. We've been out skiing this afternoon skiing runs such as Bosc Fosc which was in great conditions and we put a video on our facebook of it. We had great fun playing on the Eslálom and Salvans runs coming down into Soldeu and cutting in and out of the trees which are more sheltered from the wind and the snow is soft and powdery in places.

If you've not booked your ski trip yet then head to our holidays page where you can plan and book everything you need for your Soldeu ski holiday.

15
January
2016

Date of last snow

15
January
2016
Depth in village 3 cm
Depth at bottom of slopes 25 cm
Depth at top of slopes 50 cm

Lifts open: Soldeu: 17/17, El Tarter: 13/13 (Grandvalira 66/67)

Slopes open: Soldeu: 28/36, El Tarter: 12/27 (Grandvalira 102/123)

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15 January 2016

It has been snowing heavily for most of the day. The sun has tried to break through a couple of times which has lightened the visability whilst skiing. It is very cold up the mountain with temperatures of around -8 degrees, and then in the wind feels like about -15 degrees. The cannons are on all across Grandvalira and there are some very strong winds in the exposed areas on the top of the mountains. There is a massive 169km of slopes open today made up of 102 runs. We've been out skiing this afternoon skiing runs such as Bosc Fosc which was in great conditions and we put a video on our facebook of it. We had great fun playing on the Eslálom and Salvans runs coming down into Soldeu and cutting in and out of the trees which are more sheltered from the wind and the snow is soft and powdery in places.

If you've not booked your ski trip yet then head to our holidays page where you can plan and book everything you need for your Soldeu ski holiday.

14
January
2016

Date of last snow

13
January
2016
Depth in village 1 cm
Depth at bottom of slopes 25 cm
Depth at top of slopes 50 cm

Lifts open: Soldeu: 17/17, El Tarter: 13/13 (Grandvalira 66/67)

Slopes open: Soldeu: 28/36, El Tarter: 22/27 (Grandvalira 101/123)

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13 January 2016

It has snowed slightly overnight and been a lovely sunny day today but with very cold temperatures of around -6 degrees. The cannons are on all across Grandvalira and there is some strong winds in the exposed areas on the top of the mountains.  There is a massive 164km of slopes open with a whopping 98 runs available to ski on today. The team have been out skiing today and they are loving Bosc Fosc run from the top to the bottom. The tree lined parts are more sheltered from the wind and the snow is in great condition.

You can keep up to date with all things snowy in Soldeu on our facebook page. If you've not booked your ski trip yet then head to our holidays page where you can plan and book everything you need for your Soldeu ski holiday.

13
January
2016

Date of last snow

13
January
2016
Depth in village 2 cm
Depth at bottom of slopes 25 cm
Depth at top of slopes 50 cm

Lifts open: Soldeu: 17/17, El Tarter: 13/13 (Grandvalira 66/67)

Slopes open: Soldeu: 29/36, El Tarter: 21/27 (Grandvalira 98/123)

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13 January 2016

It has snowed slightly overnight and been a lovely sunny day today but with very cold temperatures of around -6 degrees. The cannons are on all across Grandvalira and there is some strong winds in the exposed areas on the top of the mountains.  There is a massive 164km of slopes open with a whopping 98 runs available to ski on today. The team have been out skiing today and they are loving Bosc Fosc run from the top to the bottom. The tree lined parts are more sheltered from the wind and the snow is in great condition.

You can keep up to date with all things snowy in Soldeu on our facebook page. If you've not booked your ski trip yet then head to our holidays page where you can plan and book everything you need for your Soldeu ski holiday.

12
January
2016

Date of last snow

10
January
2016
Depth in village 2 cm
Depth at bottom of slopes 25 cm
Depth at top of slopes 50 cm

Lifts open: Soldeu: 17/17, El Tarter: 12/13 (Grandvalira 65/67)

Slopes open: Soldeu: 28/36, El Tarter: 19/27 (Grandvalira 95/123)

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11 January 2016

Today after the strong winds and heavy precipitation over night you can see the snow line across the trees. It was a sunny morning with a generally cloudy afternoon, and snow on the forecast for this evening. Temperatures are still a little chilly at 0 degrees and the forescast is for snow much of the week.Today there is slightly less open due to the wind overnight but there is a massive 153km of slopes open with a whopping 82 runs available to ski.

You can keep up to date with all things snowy in Soldeu on our facebook page. If you've not booked your ski trip yet then head to our holidays page where you can plan and book everything you need for your Soldeu ski holiday.

11
January
2016

Date of last snow

10
January
2016
Depth in village 3 cm
Depth at bottom of slopes 25 cm
Depth at top of slopes 50 cm

Lifts open: Soldeu: 12/17, El Tarter: 9/13 (Grandvalira 50/67)

Slopes open: Soldeu: 27/36, El Tarter: 19/27 (Grandvalira 82/123)

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11 January 2016

Today after the strong winds and heavy precipitation over night you can see the snow line across the trees. It was a sunny morning with a generally cloudy afternoon, and snow on the forecast for this evening. Temperatures are still a little chilly at 0 degrees and the forescast is for snow much of the week.Today there is slightly less open due to the wind overnight but there is a massive 153km of slopes open with a whopping 82 runs available to ski.

You can keep up to date with all things snowy in Soldeu on our facebook page. If you've not booked your ski trip yet then head to our holidays page where you can plan and book everything you need for your Soldeu ski holiday.

10
January
2016

Date of last snow

10
January
2016
Depth in village 2 cm
Depth at bottom of slopes 25 cm
Depth at top of slopes 50 cm

Lifts open: Soldeu: 17/17, El Tarter: 13/13 (Grandvalira 65/67)

Slopes open: Soldeu: 26/36, El Tarter: 19/27 (Grandvalira 91/123)

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9 January 2016

Today the clouds have been very low hanging over the mountains with visability being poor on the slopes. Temperatures today have been a little chilly at 1 degree and the forescast is for snow most of next week, with temperatures dipping again. Thre is a massive 175km of slopes open from the fresh snow recieved last week with a whopping 92 runs available to ski. The team have been enjoying the runs over towards Canillo, in particular Rossinyol run is a team favourite at the moment, with the recent fresh snow bringing a new lease of life to the slopes.

You can keep up to date with all things snowy in Soldeu on our facebook page. If you've not booked your ski trip yet then head to our holidays page where you can plan and book everything you need for your Soldeu ski holiday.

09
January
2016

Date of last snow

07
January
2016
Depth in village 5 cm
Depth at bottom of slopes 35 cm
Depth at top of slopes 50 cm

Lifts open: Soldeu: 17/17, El Tarter: 13/13 (Grandvalira 65/67)

Slopes open: Soldeu: 26/36, El Tarter: 19/27 (Grandvalira 92/123)

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9 January 2016

Today the clouds have been very low hanging over the mountains with visability being poor on the slopes. Temperatures today have been a little chilly at 1 degree and the forescast is for snow most of next week, with temperatures dipping again. Thre is a massive 175km of slopes open from the fresh snow recieved last week with a whopping 92 runs available to ski. The team have been enjoying the runs over towards Canillo, in particular Rossinyol run is a team favourite at the moment, with the recent fresh snow bringing a new lease of life to the slopes.

You can keep up to date with all things snowy in Soldeu on our facebook page. If you've not booked your ski trip yet then head to our holidays page where you can plan and book everything you need for your Soldeu ski holiday.

08
January
2016

Date of last snow

07
January
2016
Depth in village 5 cm
Depth at bottom of slopes 35 cm
Depth at top of slopes 50 cm

Lifts open: Soldeu: 17/17, El Tarter: 13/13 (Grandvalira 63/67)

Slopes open: Soldeu: 27/36, El Tarter: 22/27 (Grandvalira 97/123)

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6 January 2016

Hip hip hooray the snow just keeps falling, with over 15cm last night, and still much more on the forecast. The temperatures are getting colder, down to -6 degrees today so lots more layers are required. The snow clouds have closed in and visability up the mountain is a little poor. There is fresh powder on top of all the pistes this morning and everyone who is here this week will be enjoying the best conditions of the season so far. 120km of slopes are open and there will be many more to open very soon.

You can keep up to date with all things snowy in Soldeu on our facebook page. If you've not booked your ski trip yet then head to our holidays page where you can plan and book everything you need for your Soldeu ski holiday.

07
January
2016

Date of last snow

07
January
2016
Depth in village 5 cm
Depth at bottom of slopes 35 cm
Depth at top of slopes 50 cm

Lifts open: Soldeu: 17/17, El Tarter: 13/13 (Grandvalira 65/67)

Slopes open: Soldeu: 27/36, El Tarter: 21/27 (Grandvalira 97/123)

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6 January 2016

Hip hip hooray the snow just keeps falling, with over 15cm last night, and still much more on the forecast. The temperatures are getting colder, down to -6 degrees today so lots more layers are required. The snow clouds have closed in and visability up the mountain is a little poor. There is fresh powder on top of all the pistes this morning and everyone who is here this week will be enjoying the best conditions of the season so far. 120km of slopes are open and there will be many more to open very soon.

You can keep up to date with all things snowy in Soldeu on our facebook page. If you've not booked your ski trip yet then head to our holidays page where you can plan and book everything you need for your Soldeu ski holiday.

06
January
2016

Date of last snow

06
January
2016
Depth in village 5 cm
Depth at bottom of slopes 35 cm
Depth at top of slopes 50 cm

Lifts open: Soldeu: 17/17, El Tarter: 13/13 (Grandvalira 64/67)

Slopes open: Soldeu: 23/36, El Tarter: 17/27 (Grandvalira 79/123)

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6 January 2016

Hip hip hooray the snow just keeps falling, with over 15cm last night, and still much more on the forecast. The temperatures are getting colder, down to -6 degrees today so lots more layers are required. The snow clouds have closed in and visability up the mountain is a little poor. There is fresh powder on top of all the pistes this morning and everyone who is here this week will be enjoying the best conditions of the season so far. 120km of slopes are open and there will be many more to open very soon.

You can keep up to date with all things snowy in Soldeu on our facebook page. If you've not booked your ski trip yet then head to our holidays page where you can plan and book everything you need for your Soldeu ski holiday.

05
January
2016

Date of last snow

05
January
2016
Depth in village 2 cm
Depth at bottom of slopes 20 cm
Depth at top of slopes 50 cm

Lifts open: Soldeu: 17/17, El Tarter: 13/13 (Grandvalira 63/67)

Slopes open: Soldeu: 22/36, El Tarter: 16/27 (Grandvalira 76/123)

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5 January 2016

The snow has stopped briefly and the clouds cleared a little to reveal the beautiful snow lined trees, but there is a lot more snow on the forecast for the next few days. The temperatures are dipping to -4 degrees today so more layers are required. The team are heading up skiing this afternoon so check back later and we'll let you know what it like up there!

5pm - The team have been out skiing, but the clouds closed in it was very difficult to see, and it was so cold that our cameras stopped working. We took the gondola to the top of Soldeu and came back down Bosc Fosc to Soldeu town, and the piste conditions were lovely. After another run on Ós it was time for a hot chocolate!

If you've not booked your ski trip yet then head to our holidays page where you can plan and book everything you need for your Soldeu ski holiday.

04
January
2016

Date of last snow

04
January
2016
Depth in village 0cm
Depth at bottom of slopes 20 cm
Depth at top of slopes 50 cm

Lifts open: Soldeu: 17/17, El Tarter: 13/13 (Grandvalira 63/67)

Slopes open: Soldeu: 22/36, El Tarter: 16/27 (Grandvalira 75/123)

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4 January 2016

The snow is continuing to fall with heavy snow clouds over the mountain tops for the last couple of days, and much more on the forecast for the next few days. The temperatures are dipping and at -2 degrees today more layers are required. The slopes are beginning to quieten down again after the Christmas break, and with a massive 120km of pistes open there is some great skiing to be had. The team have been out enjoying the fresh snow and some of the best runs are the ones lower down which are less exposed to the wind or sunshine. All but four of the lifts are open today and It is possible to ski across all sectors.

Andorra Resorts and the Soldeu team wish everyone a very Happy and Snowy New Year

If you've not booked your ski trip yet then head to our holidays page where you can plan and book everything you need for your Soldeu ski holiday.

03
January
2016

Date of last snow

02
January
2016
Depth in village 0cm
Depth at bottom of slopes 20 cm
Depth at top of slopes 50 cm

Lifts open: Soldeu: 17/17, El Tarter: 13/13 (Grandvalira 64/67)

Slopes open: Soldeu: 22/36, El Tarter: 16/27 (Grandvalira 76/123)

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2 January 2016

There has been a light dusting of fresh snow over night on the tops of the mountains, with lots more snow on the forecast for the next few days. The slopes are still busier for the Christmas holidays, but with a massive 140km of pistes open there is plenty of slopes for everyone to enjoy. The team are still enjoying the slopes down into the villages as they are tree lined and protected from the sunshine a little more. It is possible to ski across all sectors with all but three lifts open today.

Andorra Resorts and the Soldeu team wish everyone a very Happy and Snowy New Year

If you've not booked your ski trip yet then head to our holidays page where you can plan and book everything you need for your Soldeu ski holiday.

02
January
2016

Date of last snow

02
January
2016
Depth in village 0cm
Depth at bottom of slopes 20 cm
Depth at top of slopes 50 cm

Lifts open: Soldeu: 16/17, El Tarter: 13/13 (Grandvalira 63/67)

Slopes open: Soldeu: 22/36, El Tarter: 16/27 (Grandvalira 74/123)

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2 January 2016

There has been a light dusting of fresh snow over night on the tops of the mountains, with lots more snow on the forecast for the next few days. The slopes are still busier for the Christmas holidays, but with a massive 140km of pistes open there is plenty of slopes for everyone to enjoy. The team are still enjoying the slopes down into the villages as they are tree lined and protected from the sunshine a little more. It is possible to ski across all sectors with all but three lifts open today.

Andorra Resorts and the Soldeu team wish everyone a very Happy and Snowy New Year

If you've not booked your ski trip yet then head to our holidays page where you can plan and book everything you need for your Soldeu ski holiday.

01
January
2016

Date of last snow

09
December
2015
Depth in village 0cm
Depth at bottom of slopes 20 cm
Depth at top of slopes 50 cm

Lifts open: Soldeu: 17/17, El Tarter: 13/13 (Grandvalira 64/67)

Slopes open: Soldeu: 24/36, El Tarter: 16/27 (Grandvalira 76/123)

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1 January 2016

After a cloudy start to the new year the skies have started to clear. The slopes are still busier for the Christmas holidays, but with a massive 140km of pistes open there is plenty of slopes for everyone to enjoy. The team are still enjoying the slopes down into the villages as they are tree lined and protected from the sunshine a little more. It is possible to ski across all sectors with all but three lifts open today.

Andorra Resorts and the Soldeu team wish everyone a very Happy and Snowy New Year

If you've not booked your ski trip yet then head to our holidays page where you can plan and book everything you need for your Soldeu ski holiday.

31
December
2015

Date of last snow

09
December
2015
Depth in village 0cm
Depth at bottom of slopes 20 cm
Depth at top of slopes 50 cm

Lifts open: Soldeu: 17/17, El Tarter: 13/13 (Grandvalira 64/67)

Slopes open: Soldeu: 24/36, El Tarter: 16/27 (Grandvalira 75/123)

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31 December 2015

The mountain tops are hidden by very heavy cloud today with temperatures of about 4 degrees. There are lots more people on the slopes at the moment for the Christmas holidays, but with a massive 140km of slopes open, there is plenty of great skiing for everyone to enjoy. Some of the best runs are still the less exposed ones coming down to the villages as they are tree lined and protected from the sunshine a little more. It is possible to ski across all sectors with all but three lifts open today.

Andorra Resorts and the Soldeu team wish everyone a very Happy and Snowy New Year

If you've not booked your ski trip yet then head to our holidays page where you can plan and book everything you need for your Soldeu ski holiday.

30
December
2015

Date of last snow

09
December
2015
Depth in village 0cm
Depth at bottom of slopes 20 cm
Depth at top of slopes 50 cm

Lifts open: Soldeu: 17/17, El Tarter: 13/13 (Grandvalira 64/67)

Slopes open: Soldeu: 24/36, El Tarter: 16/27 (Grandvalira 77/123)

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30 December 2015

Today is another beautiful sunny day. The Christmas holidays are here and the slopes are busier, but with a massive 140km of slopes open, there is plenty of great skiing for everyone to enjoy. Some of the best runs are still the less exposed ones coming down to the villages as they are tree lined and protected from the sunshine a little more. It is possible to ski across all sectors with all but three lifts open today.

Andorra Resorts and the Soldeu team wish everyone a very Snowy Merry Christmas

If you've not booked your ski trip yet then head to our holidays page where you can plan and book everything you need for your Soldeu ski holiday.

29
December
2015

Date of last snow

09
December
2015
Depth in village 0cm
Depth at bottom of slopes 20 cm
Depth at top of slopes 50 cm

Lifts open: Soldeu: 17/17, El Tarter: 13/13 (Grandvalira 64/67)

Slopes open: Soldeu: 24/36, El Tarter: 16/27 (Grandvalira 77/123)

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29 December 2015

Today is a rare cloudy day with temperatures dipping slightly. The Christmas holidays are here and the slopes are busier, but with a massive 140km of slopes open, there is plenty of great skiing for everyone to enjoy. Some of the best runs are still the less exposed ones coming down to the villages as they are tree lined and protected from the sunshine a little more. It is possible to ski across all sectors with all but three lifts open today.

Andorra Resorts and the Soldeu team wish everyone a very Snowy Merry Christmas

If you've not booked your ski trip yet then head to our holidays page where you can plan and book everything you need for your Soldeu ski holiday.

28
December
2015

Date of last snow

09
December
2015
Depth in village 0cm
Depth at bottom of slopes 20 cm
Depth at top of slopes 50 cm

Lifts open: Soldeu: 17/17, El Tarter: 13/13 (Grandvalira 63/67)

Slopes open: Soldeu: 24/36, El Tarter: 16/27 (Grandvalira 77/123)

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27 December 2015

Today is another lovely sunny day with just a couple of wispy clouds in the sky. The Christmas holidays are here and the slopes are busier today, but with a massive 140km of slopes open, there is plenty of great skiing for everyone to enjoy. Some of the best runs are still the less exposed ones coming down to the villages as they are tree lined and protected from the sunshine a little more. It is possible to ski across all sectors with all but four lifts open today.

Andorra Resorts and the Soldeu team wish everyone a very Snowy Merry Christmas

If you've not booked your ski trip yet then head to our holidays page where you can plan and book everything you need for your Soldeu ski holiday.

27
December
2015

Date of last snow

09
December
2015
Depth in village 0cm
Depth at bottom of slopes 20 cm
Depth at top of slopes 50 cm

Lifts open: Soldeu: 17/17, El Tarter: 13/13 (Grandvalira 63/67)

Slopes open: Soldeu: 24/36, El Tarter: 18/27 (Grandvalira 78/123)

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27 December 2015

Today is another lovely sunny day with just a couple of wispy clouds in the sky. The Christmas holidays are here and the slopes are busier today, but with a massive 140km of slopes open, there is plenty of great skiing for everyone to enjoy. Some of the best runs are still the less exposed ones coming down to the villages as they are tree lined and protected from the sunshine a little more. It is possible to ski across all sectors with all but four lifts open today.

Andorra Resorts and the Soldeu team wish everyone a very Snowy Merry Christmas

If you've not booked your ski trip yet then head to our holidays page where you can plan and book everything you need for your Soldeu ski holiday.

26
December
2015

Date of last snow

09
December
2015
Depth in village 0cm
Depth at bottom of slopes 20 cm
Depth at top of slopes 50 cm

Lifts open: Soldeu: 15/17, El Tarter: 12/13 (Grandvalira 60/67)

Slopes open: Soldeu: 24/36, El Tarter: 18/27 (Grandvalira 78/123)

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25 December 2015

Today is a lovely sunny day with a few wispy clouds in the sky. The Christmas holidays are here and the slopes are a little busier, but with a massive 140km of slopes open, Grandvalira has some of the best skiing at the moment. Some of the best and quietist runs are the ones coming down to the villages as they are tree lined and protected from the sunshine a little more. It is possible to ski across all sectors with most of the lift links open.

Andorra Resorts and the Soldeu team wish everyone a very Snowy Merry Christmas

If you've not booked your ski trip yet then head to our holidays page where you can plan and book everything you need for your Soldeu ski holiday.

25
December
2015

Date of last snow

09
December
2015
Depth in village 0cm
Depth at bottom of slopes 20 cm
Depth at top of slopes 50 cm

Lifts open: Soldeu: 15/17, El Tarter: 11/13 (Grandvalira 59/67)

Slopes open: Soldeu: 25/36, El Tarter: 18/27 (Grandvalira 82/123)

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25 December 2015

Today is a lovely sunny day with a few wispy clouds in the sky. The Christmas holidays are here and the slopes are a little busier, but with a massive 140km of slopes open, Grandvalira has some of the best skiing at the moment. Some of the best and quietist runs are the ones coming down to the villages as they are tree lined and protected from the sunshine a little more. It is possible to ski across all sectors with most of the lift links open.

Andorra Resorts and the Soldeu team wish everyone a very Snowy Merry Christmas

If you've not booked your ski trip yet then head to our holidays page where you can plan and book everything you need for your Soldeu ski holiday.

 

24
December
2015

Date of last snow

09
December
2015
Depth in village 0cm
Depth at bottom of slopes 20 cm
Depth at top of slopes 50 cm

Lifts open: Soldeu: 15/17, El Tarter: 11/13 (Grandvalira 59/67)

Slopes open: Soldeu: 26/36, El Tarter: 18/27 (Grandvalira 83/123)

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24 December 2015

Today is sunny with a few clouds in the sky. With the Christmas holidays here the slopes are a little busier, but with a massive 140km of slopes open, Grandvalira has some of the best skiing at the moment. Some of the best and quietist runs are the ones coming down to the villages as they are tree lined and protected from the sunshine a little more. It is possible to ski across all sectors with many of the lift links open.

Andorra Resorts and the Soldeu team wish everyone a very Snowy Merry Christmas

If you've not booked your ski trip yet then head to our holidays page where you can plan and book everything you need for your Soldeu ski holiday.

23
December
2015

Date of last snow

09
December
2015
Depth in village 0cm
Depth at bottom of slopes 20 cm
Depth at top of slopes 50 cm

Lifts open: Soldeu: 15/17, El Tarter: 11/13 (Grandvalira 59/67)

Slopes open: Soldeu: 27/36, El Tarter: 18/27 (Grandvalira 84/123)

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21 December 2015

Another beautiful sunny blue sky day. The team have been skiing in Soldeu - El Tarter over the weekend and the conditions are really great. Some of the best and quietist runs are the ones coming down to the villages as they are tree lined and protected from the sunshine a little more. Even for Christmas week the slopes are very quiet and most are in great condition. There is still about 70% of Grandvalira open thats a massive 140km of pistes to enjoy. It is possible to ski across all sectors with many of the lift links open.

If you've not booked your ski trip yet then head to our holidays page where you can plan and book everything you need for your Soldeu ski holiday.

22
December
2015

Date of last snow

09
December
2015
Depth in village 0cm
Depth at bottom of slopes 20 cm
Depth at top of slopes 50 cm

Lifts open: Soldeu: 15/17, El Tarter: 12/13 (Grandvalira 58/67)

Slopes open: Soldeu: 27/36, El Tarter: 18/27 (Grandvalira 83/123)

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21 December 2015

Another beautiful sunny blue sky day. The team have been skiing in Soldeu - El Tarter over the weekend and the conditions are really great. Some of the best and quietist runs are the ones coming down to the villages as they are tree lined and protected from the sunshine a little more. Even for Christmas week the slopes are very quiet and most are in great condition. There is still about 70% of Grandvalira open thats a massive 140km of pistes to enjoy. It is possible to ski across all sectors with many of the lift links open.

If you've not booked your ski trip yet then head to our holidays page where you can plan and book everything you need for your Soldeu ski holiday.

21
December
2015

Date of last snow

09
December
2015
Depth in village 0cm
Depth at bottom of slopes 20 cm
Depth at top of slopes 50 cm

Lifts open: Soldeu: 14/17, El Tarter: 11/13 (Grandvalira 55/67)

Slopes open: Soldeu: 27/36, El Tarter: 18/27 (Grandvalira 82/123)

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21 December 2015

Another beautiful sunny blue sky day. The team have been skiing in Soldeu - El Tarter over the weekend and the conditions are really great. Some of the best and quietist runs are the ones coming down to the villages as they are tree lined and protected from the sunshine a little more. Even for Christmas week the slopes are very quiet and most are in great condition. There is still about 70% of Grandvalira open thats a massive 140km of pistes to enjoy. It is possible to ski across all sectors with many of the lift links open.

If you've not booked your ski trip yet then head to our holidays page where you can plan and book everything you need for your Soldeu ski holiday.

20
December
2015

Date of last snow

09
December
2015
Depth in village 0cm
Depth at bottom of slopes 20 cm
Depth at top of slopes 50 cm

Lifts open: Soldeu: 17/17, El Tarter: 13/13 (Grandvalira 62/67)

Slopes open: Soldeu: 27/36, El Tarter: 18/27 (Grandvalira 83/123)

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19 December 2015

What a great day, sunhshine and not a cloud in the sky. The team have been skiing today in Soldeu - El Tarter and the conditions are really great. Some of the best and quietist runs are the ones coming down to the villages as they are tree lined and protected from the sunshine a little more. Even for the weekend before Christmas the slopes are very quiet and most are in great condition. There is still about 70% of Grandvalira open thats a massive 140km of pistes to enjoy. Today all the lifts in Soldeu and El Tarter are open and many of the lift links between the other sectors are running.

If you've not booked your ski trip yet then head to our holidays page where you can plan and book everything you need for your Soldeu ski holiday.

19
December
2015

Date of last snow

09
December
2015
Depth in village 0cm
Depth at bottom of slopes 20 cm
Depth at top of slopes 50 cm

Lifts open: Soldeu: 17/17, El Tarter: 13/13 (Grandvalira 61/67)

Slopes open: Soldeu: 27/36, El Tarter: 18/27 (Grandvalira 80/123)

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19 December 2015

What a great day, sunhshine and not a cloud in the sky. The team have been skiing today in Soldeu - El Tarter and the conditions are really great. Some of the best and quietist runs are the ones coming down to the villages as they are tree lined and protected from the sunshine a little more. Even for the weekend before Christmas the slopes are very quiet and most are in great condition. There is still about 70% of Grandvalira open thats a massive 140km of pistes to enjoy. Today all the lifts in Soldeu and El Tarter are open and many of the lift links between the other sectors are running.

If you've not booked your ski trip yet then head to our holidays page where you can plan and book everything you need for your Soldeu ski holiday.

18
December
2015

Date of last snow

09
December
2015
Depth in village 0cm
Depth at bottom of slopes 20 cm
Depth at top of slopes 50 cm

Lifts open: Soldeu: 14/17, El Tarter: 9/13 (Grandvalira 52/67)

Slopes open: Soldeu: 27/36, El Tarter: 18/27 (Grandvalira 81/123)

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16 December 2015

The sunshine is out with a few wispy clouds above the mountain tops. The slopes are quiet and there is just under 70% of Grandvalira open thats a massive 140km of pistes to enjoy. The conditions are still very good for mid December with just a few small patches of grass pushing through. Many of the lift links between sectors are running and the snow cannons have been working hard on a nightly basis to keep the conditions great.

If you've not booked your ski trip yet then head to our holidays page where you can plan and book everything you need for your Soldeu ski holiday.

17
December
2015

Date of last snow

09
December
2015
Depth in village 0cm
Depth at bottom of slopes 20 cm
Depth at top of slopes 50 cm

Lifts open: Soldeu: 13/17, El Tarter: 8/13 (Grandvalira 51/67)

Slopes open: Soldeu: 27/36, El Tarter: 18/27 (Grandvalira 82/123)

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16 December 2015

The sunshine is out with a few wispy clouds above the mountain tops. The slopes are quiet and there is just under 70% of Grandvalira open thats a massive 140km of pistes to enjoy. The conditions are still very good for mid December with just a few small patches of grass pushing through. Many of the lift links between sectors are running and the snow cannons have been working hard on a nightly basis to keep the conditions great.

If you've not booked your ski trip yet then head to our holidays page where you can plan and book everything you need for your Soldeu ski holiday.

16
December
2015

Date of last snow

09
December
2015
Depth in village 0cm
Depth at bottom of slopes 20 cm
Depth at top of slopes 50 cm

Lifts open: Soldeu: 13/17, El Tarter: 8/13 (Grandvalira 51/67)

Slopes open: Soldeu: 27/36, El Tarter: 18/27 (Grandvalira 81/123)

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16 December 2015

The sunshine is out with a few wispy clouds above the mountain tops. The slopes are quiet and there is just under 70% of Grandvalira open thats a massive 140km of pistes to enjoy. The conditions are still very good for mid December with just a few small patches of grass pushing through. Many of the lift links between sectors are running and the snow cannons have been working hard on a nightly basis to keep the conditions great.

If you've not booked your ski trip yet then head to our holidays page where you can plan and book everything you need for your Soldeu ski holiday.

15
December
2015

Date of last snow

09
December
2015
Depth in village 0cm
Depth at bottom of slopes 20 cm
Depth at top of slopes 50 cm

Lifts open: Soldeu: 13/17, El Tarter: 8/13 (Grandvalira 52/67)

Slopes open: Soldeu: 27/36, El Tarter: 18/27 (Grandvalira 83/123)

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15 December 2015

Today is a rare cloudy day with temperatures of about 4 degrees. The slopes are quiet and there is about 70% of Grandvalira open thats a massive 145km of pistes to get enjoy. The conditions are still really good for mid December with just a few small patches of grass pushing through. Many of the lift links between sectors are running and the snow cannons have been working hard all night to keep the conditions great.

If you've not booked your ski trip yet then head to our holidays page where you can plan and book everything you need for your Soldeu ski holiday.

14
December
2015

Date of last snow

09
December
2015
Depth in village 0cm
Depth at bottom of slopes 20 cm
Depth at top of slopes 50 cm

Lifts open: Soldeu: 13/17, El Tarter: 8/13 (Grandvalira 52/67)

Slopes open: Soldeu: 27/36, El Tarter: 18/27 (Grandvalira 83/123)

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12 December 2015

Today is sunny but with a hint of wispy clouds across the peaks. The slopes are a little busier being the weekend but with a total of nearly 70% of Grandvalira open thats a massive 145km of pistes to get enjoy. The conditions are good for mid December with just a few small patches of grass pushing through. Many of the lift links between sectors are running and the snow cannons have been working hard all night to keep the conditions great.

If you've not booked your ski trip yet then head to our holidays page where you can plan and book everything you need for your Soldeu ski holiday.

13
December
2015

Date of last snow

09
December
2015
Depth in village 0cm
Depth at bottom of slopes 20 cm
Depth at top of slopes 50 cm

Lifts open: Soldeu: 13/17, El Tarter: 8/13 (Grandvalira 52/67)

Slopes open: Soldeu: 27/36, El Tarter: 18/27 (Grandvalira 83/123)

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12 December 2015

Today is sunny but with a hint of wispy clouds across the peaks. The slopes are a little busier being the weekend but with a total of nearly 70% of Grandvalira open thats a massive 145km of pistes to get enjoy. The conditions are good for mid December with just a few small patches of grass pushing through. Many of the lift links between sectors are running and the snow cannons have been working hard all night to keep the conditions great.

If you've not booked your ski trip yet then head to our holidays page where you can plan and book everything you need for your Soldeu ski holiday.

12
December
2015

Date of last snow

09
December
2015
Depth in village 0cm
Depth at bottom of slopes 20 cm
Depth at top of slopes 50 cm

Lifts open: Soldeu: 13/17, El Tarter: 8/13 (Grandvalira 51/67)

Slopes open: Soldeu: 27/36, El Tarter: 18/27 (Grandvalira 85/123)

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12 December 2015

Today is sunny but with a hint of wispy clouds across the peaks. The slopes are a little busier being the weekend but with a total of nearly 70% of Grandvalira open thats a massive 145km of pistes to get enjoy. The conditions are good for mid December with just a few small patches of grass pushing through. Many of the lift links between sectors are running and the snow cannons have been working hard all night to keep the conditions great.

If you've not booked your ski trip yet then head to our holidays page where you can plan and book everything you need for your Soldeu ski holiday.

11
December
2015

Date of last snow

09
December
2015
Depth in village 0cm
Depth at bottom of slopes 20 cm
Depth at top of slopes 50 cm

Lifts open: Soldeu: 13/17, El Tarter: 8/13 (Grandvalira 47/67)

Slopes open: Soldeu: 27/36, El Tarter: 18/27 (Grandvalira 83/123)

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9 December 2015

Today is a lovely sunny day and with a total of nearly 70% of Grandvalira open thats a massive 145km of linked pistes to enjoy. Many of the lift links between sectors are running and although there are a couple of little grassy patches the snow cannons have been working hard in the evenings and there is some great skiing to be had.

If you've not booked your ski trip yet then head to our holidays page where you can plan and book everything you need for your Soldeu ski holiday.

10
December
2015

Date of last snow

09
December
2015
Depth in village 0cm
Depth at bottom of slopes 20 cm
Depth at top of slopes 50 cm

Lifts open: Soldeu: 14/17, El Tarter: 9/13 (Grandvalira 49/67)

Slopes open: Soldeu: 27/36, El Tarter: 18/27 (Grandvalira 83/123)

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9 December 2015

Today is a lovely sunny day and with a total of nearly 70% of Grandvalira open thats a massive 145km of linked pistes to enjoy. Many of the lift links between sectors are running and although there are a couple of little grassy patches the snow cannons have been working hard in the evenings and there is some great skiing to be had.

If you've not booked your ski trip yet then head to our holidays page where you can plan and book everything you need for your Soldeu ski holiday.

09
December
2015

Date of last snow

26
November
2015
Depth in village 0cm
Depth at bottom of slopes 20 cm
Depth at top of slopes 50 cm

Lifts open: Soldeu: 16/17, El Tarter: 12/13 (Grandvalira 54/67)

Slopes open: Soldeu: 27/36, El Tarter: 19/27 (Grandvalira 83/123)

Snow Report posted by Admin

Our Snow Report

9 December 2015

Today is a lovely sunny day and with a total of nearly 70% of Grandvalira open thats a massive 145km of linked pistes to enjoy. Many of the lift links between sectors are running and although there are a couple of little grassy patches the snow cannons have been working hard in the evenings and there is some great skiing to be had.

If you've not booked your ski trip yet then head to our holidays page where you can plan and book everything you need for your Soldeu ski holiday.

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December
2015

Date of last snow

26
November
2015
Depth in village 0cm
Depth at bottom of slopes 20 cm
Depth at top of slopes 50 cm

Lifts open: Soldeu: 16/17, El Tarter: 12/13 (Grandvalira 57/67)

Slopes open: Soldeu: 27/36, El Tarter: 19/27 (Grandvalira 84/123)

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Our Snow Report

8 December 2015

With the Spanish bank holiday coming to an end the slopes are a lot quieter again. There has been no snow for a few days but nearly 70% of Grandvalira is open and many of the lift links between sectors are running.

The day has been a little cloudy and there looks to be some snow clouds on the horizon this evening. With snow forecast for tomorrow the conditions should be wonderful for the week ahead.

If you've not booked your ski trip yet then head to our holidays page where you can plan and book everything you need for your Soldeu ski holiday.

07
December
2015

Date of last snow

26
November
2015
Depth in village 0cm
Depth at bottom of slopes 20 cm
Depth at top of slopes 50 cm

Lifts open: Soldeu: 16/17, El Tarter: 12/13 (Grandvalira 57/67)

Slopes open: Soldeu: 27/36, El Tarter: 19/27 (Grandvalira 82/123)

Snow Report posted by Admin

Our Snow Report

5 December 2015

This weekend is the Spanish bank holiday and nearly 70% of Grandvalira is open. Most of the lift links between sectors are running and with a beautiful but fresh day its some great skiing up there today! The morning started with a few clouds but is slowly clearing for a lovely sunny blue sky day. The conditions for early December are great and with colder temperatures coming in over the weekend pistes will stay in great shape all day long. 

If you've not booked your ski holiday yet then head to our holidays page where you can plan and book everything you need for your Soldeu ski holiday.

06
December
2015

Date of last snow

26
November
2015
Depth in village 0cm
Depth at bottom of slopes 20 cm
Depth at top of slopes 50 cm

Lifts open: Soldeu: 17/17, El Tarter: 12/13 (Grandvalira 56/67)

Slopes open: Soldeu: 27/36, El Tarter: 19/27 (Grandvalira 82/123)

Snow Report posted by Admin

Our Snow Report

5 December 2015

This weekend is the Spanish bank holiday and nearly 70% of Grandvalira is open. Most of the lift links between sectors are running and with a beautiful but fresh day its some great skiing up there today! The morning started with a few clouds but is slowly clearing for a lovely sunny blue sky day. The conditions for early December are great and with colder temperatures coming in over the weekend pistes will stay in great shape all day long. 

If you've not booked your ski holiday yet then head to our holidays page where you can plan and book everything you need for your Soldeu ski holiday.

05
December
2015

Date of last snow

26
November
2015
Depth in village 0cm
Depth at bottom of slopes 20 cm
Depth at top of slopes 50 cm

Lifts open: Soldeu: 17/17, El Tarter: 12/13 (Grandvalira 56/67)

Slopes open: Soldeu: 27/36, El Tarter: 19/27 (Grandvalira 82/123)

Snow Report posted by Admin

Our Snow Report

5 December 2015

This weekend is the Spanish bank holiday and nearly 70% of Grandvalira is open. Most of the lift links between sectors are running and with a beautiful but fresh day its some great skiing up there today! The morning started with a few clouds but is slowly clearing for a lovely sunny blue sky day. The conditions for early December are great and with colder temperatures coming in over the weekend pistes will stay in great shape all day long. 

If you've not booked your ski holiday yet then head to our holidays page where you can plan and book everything you need for your Soldeu ski holiday.

04
December
2015

Date of last snow

26
November
2015
Depth in village 1 cm
Depth at bottom of slopes 20 cm
Depth at top of slopes 50 cm

Lifts open: Soldeu: 17/17, El Tarter: 10/13 (Grandvalira 45/67)

Slopes open: Soldeu: 22/36, El Tarter: 16/27 (Grandvalira 65/123)

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Our Snow Report

3 December 2015

It is a warm and sunny day today, with empty slopes. Every day more and more slopes are opening, with now more than half of Grandvalira pistes open and most in great condition for early December. The link to Grau-Roig was open today so we skied across, there were a couple of grassy patches but most runs were wonderfully groomed still!

There are cold temperatures and snow forcast for the weekend and with a great base layer already it's going to be an amazing December here. If you've not booked your trip yet then head to our holidays page where you can plan and book your Soldeu ski holiday.

03
December
2015

Date of last snow

26
November
2015
Depth in village 1 cm
Depth at bottom of slopes 20 cm
Depth at top of slopes 50 cm

Lifts open: Soldeu: 17/17, El Tarter: 10/13 (Grandvalira 43/67)

Slopes open: Soldeu: 26/36, El Tarter: 16/27 (Grandvalira 63/123)

Snow Report posted by Admin

Our Snow Report

3 December 2015

It is a warm and sunny day today, with empty slopes. Every day more and more slopes are opening, with now more than half of Grandvalira pistes open and most in great condition for early December. The link to Grau-Roig was open today so we skied across, there were a couple of grassy patches but most runs were wonderfully groomed still!

There are cold temperatures and snow forcast for the weekend and with a great base layer already it's going to be an amazing December here. If you've not booked your trip yet then head to our holidays page where you can plan and book your Soldeu ski holiday.

01
December
2015

Date of last snow

26
November
2015
Depth in village 2 cm
Depth at bottom of slopes 20 cm
Depth at top of slopes 50 cm

Lifts open: Soldeu: 10/17, El Tarter: 7/13 (Grandvalira 27/66)

Slopes open: Soldeu: 22/36, El Tarter: 15/27 (Grandvalira 45/123)

Snow Report posted by Admin

Our Snow Report

28 November 2015

It's opening day today with superb conditions for November.  The links between all areas aren't yet open but with just under 90km open in Soldeu and El Tarter we had a fab few hours on the slopes, although it did make for tired legs getting used to being on the slopes again!

The slopes have excellent coverage for the most part with just a couple of areas we found where grass was still showing through, but that's to be expected in November.  This coming week is set to stay very cold so they are able to keep snow making going so all in all a great start to the season.

If you've not booked your trip already then head to our holidays page where you can plan and book your Soldeu ski holiday.

29
November
2015

Date of last snow

26
November
2015
Depth in village 2 cm
Depth at bottom of slopes 20 cm
Depth at top of slopes 50 cm

Lifts open: Soldeu: 10/17, El Tarter: 7/13 (Grandvalira 27/66)

Slopes open: Soldeu: 22/36, El Tarter: 13/27 (Grandvalira 43/123)

Snow Report posted by Admin

Our Snow Report

28 November 2015

It's opening day today with superb conditions for November.  The links between all areas aren't yet open but with just under 90km open in Soldeu and El Tarter we had a fab few hours on the slopes, although it did make for tired legs getting used to being on the slopes again!

The slopes have excellent coverage for the most part with just a couple of areas we found where grass was still showing through, but that's to be expected in November.  This coming week is set to stay very cold so they are able to keep snow making going so all in all a great start to the season.

If you've not booked your trip already then head to our holidays page where you can plan and book your Soldeu ski holiday.

25
November
2015

Date of last snow

25
November
2015
Depth in village
Depth at bottom of slopes
Depth at top of slopes

Lifts open: N/A

Slopes open: N/A

Snow Report posted by Admin

Our Snow Report

We have received plenty of natural snowfall in recent days, today it has been snowing heavily with around half a metre expected to fall up on the slopes.  Everything is covered in a blanket of white and the piste bashers are working hard to prepare the slopes for opening.  There is further snow forecast over the coming days and we are looking forward to hitting the slopes very soon!  Once Grandvalira has officially opened we will be up on the mountain bringing you the latest reports on conditions!

In the meantime, to book your Soldeu ski rental, lift passes and group lessons and benefit from our great pre-booking discounts click here

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