Candanchú is located at an altitude of more than 1,500m, in a beautiful setting in the Aragonese Pyrenees . This is one of the oldest stations in Spain, inaugurated in 1928 and one of the most beautiful.
It is the Spanish ski resort that has one of the best and largest areas for beginners in the world. But it also has red and black slopes, as well as various off-piste routes. In addition, for the most daring skiers and snowboarders they will find a snowpark.
The station has car parks directly on the slopes. In general there are no problems car park, but if you go on festive dates you may find it more crowded than normal or you may have to drive around a few times to find a space.
All Ski Passes are delivered in "hands -free" card format, so a deposit of €3/card will be required in Astún and €1 ( NON-REFUNDABLE or reusable) or €3 ( NON-REFUNDABLE if reusable) in Candanchú , said amount will be refunded when the card is returned. In Candanchú, go to the ticket offices located on the ground floor of the "Pista Grande" cafeteria.
Children between the ages of 0 and 5 (included) must pay €19 at the ski resort ticket office for ski passes, ski insurance and a menu (approximately equivalent to half an adult's menu). In addition, they will have to pay the same as adults the €3 deposit for the Ski Pass card. (They must prove the age of the child with an official document at the ticket office).