The sectors of Massana, Arinsal and Pal registered an increase of 22 percent, while Arcalís suffered a decline of 30 percent due to the days which was closed because of heavy snow, on a course that started on December 1 and concluded on Sunday April 7.
Bittersweet and asymmetric are words that Martí Rafel uses, Vallnord CEO, in order to describe this ski season. Sweet because Arinsal, Pal Massana and recorded an increase in days open, but bitter thinking of Arcalis, which had to be closed for eight days.
Martí Rafel described as "abnormal" that had snowed 59 of the 128 days of the season, prompting the Carnival weekend in February was hung the sign 'closed' in Arcalis. However, looking at the economic situation in Spain, which accounts for about 60 percent of its market, sees "positive shoots".
It explained that the Spanish school groups have "fallen sharply", the UK market has remained and has "greatly increased" the presence of Russian and French skiers on a record-breaking season of snowfall, which has Arcalís accumulated up to 9 meters and Arinsal and Pal arrived at 6.