About Andorra Ski Resorts
The Principality of Andorra lies at the heart of the Pyrenees Mountains between France and Spain. It has 65,000 full-time inhabitants with many working in the hospitality field with tourism being one of its major industries.
Andorra has two ski resorts that provide an incredible 175 miles of skiing and are easily reached by the public ski bus network connecting in “Andorra la Vella”, the epicenter and hub of tourism for the area. The ski resorts Vallnord (Pal-Arinsal and Ordino-Arcalís) and Grandvalira (Pas de la Casa-Grau Roig and Soldeu-El Tarter) count on the most advanced technology with cable-cars, gondolas, high-speed chairlifts for four to six people and more than 1,210 snow cannons that ensure excellent snow conditions throughout the winter season.
Andorra's privileged location in the middle of the Pyrenees ensures cold, snowy weather in winter and numerous sunny days throughout the year. The skiing season starts at the beginning of December and lasts until the end of April for an average of 150 days.