Arinsal forms a part of the larger Vallnord Pal-Arinsal ski domain, which is made up of the two areas Arinsal and Pal. When skiing in Arinsal you need to purchase a Pal-Arinsal lift pass. If you're taking group lessons in Arinsal or Pal then you'll probably be best taking ski pass combined with lessons as a package to give you the best price.
Since 2019 the old Vallnord lift pass, which covered Pal-Arinsal and Arcalis, no longe exists because Arcalis is now owned by Grandvalira Resorts. If you're wanting to ski in Arcalis as well as Pal-Arinsal then look out for our six-day "Ski The North" lift pass product online which includes a non-consecutive four-day Pal-Arinsal pass as well as a two-day Ordino-Arcalis ski pass, so you can ski both areas.
All our Pal-Arinsal lift passes are electronic - they have a tiny chip in them which makes them "hands-free" so you can leave it in a pocket and the machines at the bottom of the lifts will read the pass allowing you on to the lift.
By booking your Pal-Arinsal lift pass with Arinsal.co.uk you can save time by picking it up from our centrally located office when you arrive. Arcalis lift passes will be collected at the kiosks in Arcalis.
You can pre-book your lift pass for any date or duration, so your booking is completely flexible and can be built around your requirements. Pre-booking with us is easy, allowing you to get organised beforehand so you can relax when you arrive, plus you will not find lift passes cheaper once in resort.
We also have a number of money saving special offers available for selected dates, including full ski packages which include your lift pass, lessons and equipment hire, you can even add lunch on the mountain each day if you choose! All our best offers can be found in the special offers section of our online shop, where you can browse packages by adult, child, ski, snowboard, pass and lunch etc...
To get started with your booking, just click here.
If you are aged from 65 to 69 years, you are entitled to a discounted Pal-Arinsal lift pass at €19.50 per day. If you have children aged under six years, or if you are aged 70 years or above (born 1949 or before), you can get a free lift pass! To take advantage of these discounts you will need to present your passport at the lift pass office.
Here are the prices as advertised by Vallnord. No responsibility can be taken for any errors or changes made by Vallnord.
Please note that the Pal-Arinsal local lift pass does not give access to Arcalis.
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The following discounted lift passes cannot be pre-booked, because you will need to show your passport (or other official id) when collecting the ski pass in order to receive the discount:
If you don't think you'll be skiing every day then you can book a non-consecutive pass, which is available from four days upwards, and only for the full area Vallnord ski pass. This means that you can take a day or two off from the slopes, for example if you want to spend a day shopping or at the spa. Just remember though that if you use one lift (even if it's the gondola) then that will activate your lift pass for the day, so if you intend to take a day off then make sure you don't use your pass.
If you're booking ski hire along with a non-consecutive lift pass then we recommend booking your equipment for the full duration of your trip otherwise you'll have to return your equipment to the shop before renting again, which will take up precious holiday time.