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Grandvalira has the longest snowpark line in the Pyrenees

Grandvalira has the longest snowpark line in the Pyrenees

El Tarter Snowpark offers a very complete descent that allows you to link up to 15 modules adapted to all levels

The domain keeps this weekend the opening of 106 tracks, a total of 195km skiable

The most complete Freestyle skiing downhill in the Pyrenees is at Grandvalira. The El Tarter snowpark has just added new modules that make the most of the descent to improve and improve the technique on the board or with Freeski. Suitable for all levels, all travel options include up to 15 different modules online, allowing you to enjoy a much more extensive freestyle experience in a single route.

In the central line has added a new hill with a jump of 6 and 10 meters, which adds to the three already existing with two kickers each of 8 and 14 meters of plane, respectively. Also, the debutants area of the lower part incorporates 3 new small hills with 7 jumps and railings. Another novelty of the park can be seen in the area between the debutants area and the central line, which premieres 3 jibbing modules of expert level, while on the side of the center line has been built a rails area.

In this way, the current Grandvalira- El Tarter snowpark starts when you take the Tossa ski lift that passes just above the park. The first part of the descent allows you to discover on the right margin a line of 4 initiation level jumps and, on the left, 8 modules of jibbing also for beginners. Next, there is the entrance to the upper access of the snowpark located in the Mufló track, the central line and the different modules of the lower part already mentioned.

The continuous improvements on one of the classic pipes of the Pyrenees make the lovers of the discipline enjoy the maximum emotion so that they can practice their tricks with maximum safety. Grandvalira is one of the references in Freestyle of southern Europe, thanks to the commitment of the domain to promote the practice of this modality in its different technical variants throughout its territory. The station currently has four areas, the El Tarter Snowpark, the Isards Park Pas de la Casa, the Snowpark Xavi de Grau Roig and the night park Peretol Sunset Park.

106 open slopes, the largest ski area in the Pyrenees
Grandvalira will receive this weekend with 95% of the slopes open, 106 of a total of 112, and almost 100% of the ski lifts, 64 of 65. The domain thus has 195 km of ski area, which represents the largest proposal of snow in the Pyrenees, and also the most complete, thanks to the extensive catalog of leisure activities of the station, designed for those seeking all kinds of experiences beyond skiing and snowboarding.

The weather forecasts indicate a weekend with a predominance of sunny weather and pleasant temperatures and skiers will find in Grandvalira levels between 80 and 130 centimeters of snow spring. Also, the drop in temperatures during the night at the beginning of the week has allowed the Grandvalira technical team to activate the powerful network of innivation that this season has the domain with 975 guns, and produce cultivated snow.

Buggies on snow
Grandvalira incorporates a new adventure activity this weekend with the launch of the Buggies experience on snow in Grandvalira- El Tarter. Everyone who wants to live the thrill of driving these special vehicles and try a route that allows the realization of races with the most spectacular skids on snow, can sign up for the new leisure option of the domain.

Grandvalira is a leader in the creation of high mountain experiences. Excursions in snowmobiling, mushing, paragliding, igloo building or a snowshoe ride are some of the options of the domain, which are complemented this season with the possibility of learning to drive on snow and in adverse conditions in the Audi circuit of the station.