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  • The blue runs finishing in El Tarter don't cross the black run at any point so it shouldn't be a problem to ski down.
    There will be certain seating areas that you would need a ticket to sit in but you can watch from any where along the run you want to stand by to see the action.

    Hayley :thumbsup:
  • Aliga


    We are staying at the Nordic. As the gal de bosc and esquirrel meet the Aliga at the bottom, will we be able to ski in and out using those runs? Slightly concerned as can't manage the walk back from the gondola, but also excited by the prospect of seeing some great skiing. Can anyone watch or do you have to have tickets?
  • Hi Raz

    It's the black slope Avet in Soldeu that's comes down into the village. Also the black run Aliga from Riba Escorxada area of El Tarter down to the bottom of the Tarter 4 man chair lift.

    :thumbsup: Hayley