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Grandvalira and Ordino Arcalís have postponed the opening date to the beginning of January.

Grandvalira and Ordino Arcalís delay the opening of their ski facilities at the beginning of January. This opening, later than expected, is due to the health situation and limited mobility that is being experienced in various European territories such as France or Spain, which provide the bulk of the visitors to the resorts.


As explained by the Most Illustrious Head of Government of Andorra , Xavier Espot, the decision has been agreed by the Ski Andorra resorts and the authorities, and obeys the principle of good neighborliness and the will to be loyal to the European countries that have decided do not open the resorts in the Christmas period, mainly to France.

All the resorts in Andorra will coincide in their opening to the public, which will be at the beginning of January, a date that could vary if sanitary, mobility and snow conditions require it.




The commitment to offer a product of the highest quality from Grandvalira and Ordino Arcalís remains unchanged despite the current situation, marked by the impact of COVID-19. In this sense, to guarantee the highest level of quality on the COVID-19 measures adopted by the resorts, they will be certified by companies of the prestige of Bureau Veritas and OCA Global.



Grandvalira, located in the north of the Principality of Andorra, is the largest resort in southern Europe with 139 slopes and a total of 210 skiable kilometers. The space occupied by the resort belongs to two of the seven Andorran parishes (Encamp and Canillo) and is made up of seven ski areas: Pas de la Casa, Grau Roig, Peretol, Soldeu, El Tarter, Canillo and Encamp. Grandvalira has a wide parallel offer of leisure activities for all audiences and high quality restaurants. Last season, Grandvalira added Ordino Arcalís to its offer and together, under the Grandvalira Resorts brand, they offer the possibility of skiing on a total of 240 km of slopes, the usual setting for top-level international competitions.



Ordino Arcalís , located in the north of the Principality of Andorra, is recognized for being one of the most alpine resorts with the best quality and most quantity of snow in the Pyrenees. Headquarters of the prestigious world circuit Freeride World Tour , it has established itself as the epicentre of skiing outside Southern European track, with 442 skiable hectares, more than 120 routes and two exclusive ski lifts for freeriding, both for beginners and professionals. With 30.5 km of markings, it has slopes and facilities for all levels, with sunny areas to learn to ski with the family and the longest green run in the Pyrenees, with 8.5 km.