The Girona Pyrenees, alpine skiing paradise

La Molina, Masella, Vall de Núria and Vallter 2000 are the four alpine ski resorts that belong to the Girona Pyrenees. They all offer first-class facilities and services for ski fans. A snow paradise awaits you just an hour and a half from the city of Girona. Get your skis and boots ready… and off you go to enjoy the mountains.

Arxiu Imatges PTCBG

Credit: Arxiu Imatges PTCBG

La Molina

La Molina, ski resort is set almost entirely in the region of Cerdanya and boasts a 70-km skiable domain, with 66 slopes catering for all levels and an altitude range of up to 745 m. The resort also provides a wide range of services, including ski hire, ski schools, an adapted sports centre, bars and restaurants and first aid. What more could you want to enjoy skiing?
Laurence Norah

Credit: Laurence Norah

La Masella

A 74-km skiable domain, 65 slopes and an altitude range of 935 m from top to bottom: you’ll find all this at  Masella, ski resort, on the north slope of Tosa d’Alp, without leaving Cerdanya! And if you fancy getting a different take on skiing, at this resort you get the chance to have a go at night skiing, on Thursday and Saturday evenings, with 13 floodlit slopes: a totally awesome experience!

La Molina and Masella are connected by the Alp 2500 cable car and together make up one of the largest skiable domains in the Pyrenees, with a total of 142 km and 128 slopes.

Vall de Núria

 Vall de Núria ski resort is set in the heart of the Ripollès region, in one of the most emblematic parts of Catalonia. It is surrounded by peaks which will captivate you with their magical, spellbinding beauty. The resort has a skiable domain of 7.6 km and 11 slopes catering for different levels, and it ranges in altitude from 1,964 m at the bottom to 2,252 m at the top. It also has activities for kids and all the family.

Vallter 2000

Vallter 2000 is set in the north of the Ripollès region, on the easternmost tip of the Girona Pyrenees. Its privileged geographical situation means that from the top (2,535 m up) on a clear day you can get a unique, breath-taking panoramic view of the bay of Roses. The ski resort has a skiable domain of 18.7 km and 13 slopes, along with all the services you could ever need for a great ski. Are you up for it?

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Whichever ski resort you choose, you can always stay over in the region for a few days and take time out to savour the local food and wine and relish the peace and quiet of life in the mountains: a perfect option for getting away from it all.