The ski resort of Port Aine is in the splendid setting of the region of culd, in the area of influence of the municipality of Rial. Chaired by the Pic de l'Orri and between levels of 1650-2440 meters, north facing its 25 tracks ensures a favorable microclimate and excellent conditions for skiing, especially when the seasons are just snowfall.
The strategic location of the ski lifts Port Aine provides access to your entire ski area (32 km) easily and quickly, highlighting the chairlift 6 seater JET-CIM, with output elevation 2,000 arrival to the highest point of the resort, 2,440 meters, from where they leave most of their tracks.
Unlike other resorts, Port Aine allows non - expert skiers climb to the top of the resort and track access Bellavista, more than three kilometers and suitable for beginners. In fact, very few resorts can boast eight kilometers of pistes for beginners, Bellavista goes around the entire perimeter of the resort and allows every type of skier enjoy the beautiful landscape of the Natural Park of l'Alt Pirineu, it noted for its wonderful panoramic views of the Catalan Pyrenees.
Port Aine is also recognized for its Snowpark pointer in the Pyrenees, as for many years has been at the forefront of new trends freestyle. The space has lift, several modules and lines for the initiation, development and refinement of the technique practitioners.
The resort is an integral center of everything you need for a good day of skiing: has a store staples, center rent ski equipment, a school where practice and learn skiing, a terrace with café and an activity center in the snow, with circuits for snowmobiling and dog sledding. It is clear, therefore, approach to family audiences and skier or snowboarder making his first steps in winter sports.
Culd is one of the regions where most adventure sports like rafting, circuits quads, archery, zip line, climbing wall ... being an ideal base for families encounter practiced, but also for lovers of adrenaline and strong emotions. Similarly, you can contemplate the Pyrenean landscape surrounding the resort, in total harmony with nature. Parc National d'Aigüestortes, Estany de Sant Maurici, herds of horses, green meadows where cows and sheep graze, etc. However, it is a quiet destination, l exes of mass tourism in a beautiful setting of Catalonia. In addition, the region has an enviable microclimate , while many consider the best snow is in Port Aine Station.
By road, you can access the resort from Barcelona Port Aine, La Seu d'Urgell, Lleida, Tarragona, Temple and Toulouse. If you want to go by public transport from Lleida can be reached by bus to ski the same as the resort it has ski-bus service. The price is 36 € from Lleida and the ski pass is already included.
From Barcelona 250 kilometers and takes about three hours; from Gerona nearly 4 hours going through the tunnel of Cadi (surcharge); from Tarragona little over three hours and is 220 kilometers away. The tracks are located just 20 kilometers from the town of Sort (half an hour), so it's a good place to stop for breakfast or a coffee before starting a great day of skiing.
On the other hand, if you want access to the Port Aine Station by train, the nearest resort is FGC - La Pobla de Segur, 45 kilometers. And if you are traveling by plane, the nearest airport is Lleida-Alguaire (140km) or Barcelona El Prat (at 245km).
We inform you that reserving the ski pass for the ski Port Aine also have the chance to ski resort Espot Skiing. And since Esquiades.com we strive every day to get the best prices and make your fingertips irresistible offers. With us, you can choose comfortable accommodation near Port Aine Station. Remember that the ski pass is already included in the price, and if you do not wear ski equipment, add it to your booking and you can pick up at our partner shops, very close to ski.
*The price also includes the ski pass for children aged between 0 and 6 years. If you do not wish to add their ski pass, you can select the discount during the booking process.
Total slopes: 25
1 Freestyle Zone
Transportation capacity: 10,810 skiers / hour