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08
November
2018
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Date of last snow

November
2018
Depth in village N/A
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Lifts open: Arinsal & Pal 0 of 30 (Arcalis open until 30/04, weather depending)

Slopes open: Arinsal & Pal 0 of 44 (Arcalis open until 30/04, weather depending)

10
October
2018
Snow Report
Snow Report posted by Ian

Our Snow Report

The sign that winter is just round the corner has arrived as on Sunday (7th October) we have saw the first snow falling in the Vallnord ski area in the Ordino-Arcalis sector.  Although it was just a dusting and due to the higher temperatures in the day it won't hang around for long it's very exciting to think that the winter season is just around the corner (opening on 1st December - weather permitting).

If you haven't already done so, why not let the team at Arinsal.co.uk help you plan and book your next ski adventure by getting your discounted ski extras and airport transfers booked, we can also offer local expert advice about your stay.

Throughout the winter we'll be posting regular snow reports to keep you up-to-date with whats happening on the slopes so make sure you save this page!

09
April
2018
Snow Report
Snow Report posted by Steve

Our Snow Report

Here in Arinsal the winter season has sadly drawn to a close, so it's time to say farewell to the slopes of Pal-Arinsal for another winter, however Ordino-Arcalis is staying open until 30th April with reduced hours, so it's still possible to get your fix of skiing until the end of the month!

The provisional dates for next winter are from 30th November 2018 to 22nd April 2019, which means an extra couple of weeks on the slopes as Easter is later next year. If, like us, you're already dreaming of next year you'll be pleased to know it's only 235 days to wait, and if you want to keep track of a countdown you can create your own with our countdown here >>

Myself and the team at Andorra Resorts would like to say a huge thank you for using our website to plan your trip and learn about Arinsal, and to all those of you who booked with us an extra special thank you.  We really do appreciate your bookings and your support, and we hope you enjoyed your stay.

We've really enjoyed this winter, we hope you did too, and we'd love to see you back in Arinsal next year!

To book ski extras & airport transfers for winter 2018-19... all prices will be available online towards the end of August, plus as always we'll have early booking discounts.  Keep an eye on our Facebook page for information.

To book a package holiday for winter 2018-19... please visit our sister brand Destination Andorra as they have package holidays already available to book from Neilson, Crystal and Inghams, or they can create a tailormade holiday for you.

05
April
2018
Snow Report
Snow Report posted by Esther

Our Snow Report

We are getting closer and closer to the end of the season and it’s only 3 days left until the slopes of Arinsal close and we can see that people are more eager to enjoy the sun on the terraces of the mountain than the snow, since our legs can’t stand much more after a season full of powder days!

Today we enjoyed a proper spring day! The mild temperatures allowed us to ski wearing only a hoody and the sun was quite strong, so we put a lot of sun screen on, and not forgetting the lip protector.

All the runs were open today, both in Pal and Arinsal, so we have skied all day taking advantage of the fact that the days are longer now, and the shadow doesn’t even reach the mountains of Arinsal until later in the day. There was a barbecue at the terrace of the Obelix restaurant and we could even smell it from the chairlift,t so we couldn’t resist having a break and trying the famous grilled choripan!

Our favourite run was the Stadium tube. This red run is located at the top of the resort and can be accessed through the draglift El Coll which is the fastest way or through the Port Negre chairlift for those who are not ready for draglifts yet. The slope was practically empty all day and the snow has been better preserved than in the lower areas where it has softened throughout the day because the thermometers have reached even 14 degrees!

It looks like the powder days are not over yet, and there is snow forecasted for this weekend, so we might end the season same way as it started, with fresh snow!

We hope you have enjoyed the snow as much as we did and we hope to see you again in Arinsal next season 2018-2019!

02
April
2018
Snow Report
Snow Report posted by Esther

Our Snow Report

The month of April has arrived and we can finally say that spring is here and the best part - the sunny long days on the mountain!

With a bluebird sky there was no excuse for not heading up the mountain this morning, even if it is Sunday and it’s tempting to stay in bed. The wind has totally disappeared and there was not even a cloud in the sky so the visibility was perfect. The absence of wind, plus the brightness of the sun and the mild temperatures have made it a pleasant day and two layers were enough while skiing.

Last night it only snowed very lightly, but we could notice on the slopes a thin layer of fresh snow that has been softening throughout the day, due to temperature that has exceeded zero degrees. We have spent the whole day doing the runs of Pal-Arinsal again and again, since they were all open today.

In spite of being Easter, the resort has been quiet during the day, especially at the end of the day. Our favourite run was Estadi, this red of medium difficulty is where races are usually held on the slopes of Arinsal so they sometimes close it for the competitions. However, as today no events were being held it was completely for us, and we didn’t get tired of skiing it.

The last freeride event of the season took place this morning in Arcalís, Vallnord: The Jam Extreme. Where the riders compete to enter the Freeride World Tour next year, without a doubt, a great spectacle to watch.

There is only one week left of the season 2017-2018 and the thickness of the snow reaches 2 metres, what are you waiting for? Book now your ski holidays here and say goodbye to the season in style!

 

29
March
2018
Snow Report
Snow Report posted by Esther

Our Snow Report

This is the last snow report of March and finally we can announce that the snowfall gave us a break to enjoy a few sunny days and mild temperatures, which have made us realize that, there are only a couple weeks left until the end of this season 2017-18.

Today it was a bluebird day and there was hardly any clouds in the sky, so we didn’t hesitate to go to Arcalís and check how the conditions are there. Even though the temperature has risen over zero degrees, and the sun has shone brightly, we put 3 layers on because Arcalís can always surprise! And on the higher slopes there were cold wind gusts that remind us that we are in the mountains even with the sun shining brightly!

In the morning the quality of the snow was light powder, since a few cm of fresh snow had fallen during the night, however, throughout the day it transformed and softened with the heat of the day.

The resort is more alive due to being in the middle of Easter holidays, however, it is funny to appreciate that there were more people on the terraces than on the slopes or lifts. And, after so many snowy days it is good to take in a little vitamin D, so we have also decided to join everyone and stop on the terrace of La Coma to rest our legs under the sun.

After our stop, we kept skiing on La Basera, our slope of the day. This is probably the easiest green piste that you can find in Arcalís so it is perfect for a warm up after a break. This beautiful path takes you from the restaurant to the sector of Planells, passing through the legendary O from Ordino-Arcalís, a ‘must’ photo stop. It's a very flat track, however, for lazy ones there is a rope that you can grab if you're tired, the kids love it!

This Sunday Arcalís will host the last freeride event of this season, so if you are in the Vallnord you cannot miss it: The Freeride Jam Extreme, where riders from all over the world will ski and snowboard the most scary mountain faces the resort has to offer!

25
March
2018
Snow Report
Snow Report posted by Esther

Our Snow Report

Spring has finally arrived! Or we thought so, however this weekend in Arinsal has been more typical of winter days than spring because the snow has not stopped falling! That's why we have thoroughly skied the tracks of both sectors, Pal and Arinsal to tell you how the conditions are today, March 25th.

Since Friday night it has not stopped snowing in Andorra, so it was a powder weekend in which we have enjoyed to the fullest, and even more yesterday, because every Saturday until the end of the season, the slopes of Pal-Arinsal open one hour more (until 18:00).

Despite the snowfall the visibility wasn’t bad today, and the we could see the terrain of the slopes perfectly. The temperature is quiet nice, a few degrees below zero, but not extremely cold despite the snowfall. Early in the morning the snowfall was light, however, after midday the intensity was greater, so we had the perfect excuse to stop at Coll de La Botella for a lunch break. As expected with all the fresh snow, the quality was excellent both in Arinsal and in Pal, although it was in the highest areas where the most snow had accumulated. Take a look at our photos of the day here.

Our favourite run today was El Gall, in the Pal sector. We love this blue run because is very long and it offers beautiful views. Here we can find a few jumps at the edges of the piste or even enter the forest that surrounds it. The snow was perfect here and there was hardly anyone on the track since it was a very quiet Sunday, even though Easter Holidays has already started in some countries like Spain.

Do not you have a plan for Easter yet? What about the last ski holiday of the season? book now your holidays here.

19
March
2018
Snow Report
Snow Report posted by Esther

Our Snow Report

Saturday night it didn’t stop snowing, and Sunday was one of those days that surprise you on the slopes of Vallnord. When we woke up, it was still snowing very lightly, however, the roads were clear so we didn’t hesitate for a second to take the car and go skiing on the slopes of Arcalís, to enjoy a day of powder.

The day seemed quite cloudy early in the morning, however the clouds were light enough to see the sun through them making the visibility perfect all day long, without the need of low light lenses. Therefore, we had everything today, it was not a bluebird day, but the sun shone strong behind the clouds, and the snow didn’t stop lightly falling all day. The quality of the snow didn’t disappoint us once again, with perfect soft powder both off and on piste, thanks to the fresh snow fallen over night, so it was very difficult to find any ice patches since the coverage of the slopes was great with depths of 245cm in Arcalís and two meters in Arinsal.

All the ski lifts and pistes of Vallnord were open during the day, including the most special ones that we love because they are so challenging: Creussans in Arcalís and La Capa in Arinsal. We experienced though how the temperature has dropped reaching  -9 degrees today, freezing our face on the chairlifts if we took off our neck-warmer. We were prepared well for the situation though, with three layers of clothes and even thermal leggings under our salopettes.

Our favourite piste today was La Portella del Mig, which is the red run that descends from the La Basera chairlift. The snow in this slope is usually hard packed since it is located in the shade making it difficult to soften it up, but with all the fresh snow, the quality on piste was great and with grippy powder snow, making it so much fun. Do not miss our photos of the day skiing in Arcalís here.

16
March
2018
Snow Report
Snow Report posted by Esther

Our Snow Report

Yesterday was a very variable day in Arinsal where we had everything: Early in the morning the sky was totally covered by clouds and even it snowed slightly on the mountains where visibility was very limited. However, from midday the day cleared up and the wind transforming into a spectacular powder day.

Due to this variability we went up the mountain prepared for everything, including both lenses (low light and sun lens) and we wrapped up ourselves, as it is always easier to take off layers than being cold on the mountain if the temperature drops.

Like the day, the snow has been very variable as well, especially throughout the ski resort. We found pistes at the top covered by an incredible powder snow, on others, however, there were a few ice-patches caused by the wind early in the morning and in the lower areas snow softened by the sun's rays becoming heavier in the last few hours of the day. That's why our best runs of the day have been undoubtedly in the highest areas, that have accumulated more snow the night before. Do not miss our photos of the day riding in Arinsal here.

Wednesday it was Constitution Day in Andorra and many Andorran skiers approached to the slopes to enjoy their day off, however, today the pistes were much quieter without any queue on the lifts.

Forecasts indicate more snow in the upcoming days, so it seems that today has been just a warm up for a powder weekend that is waiting for us, are you in?

12
March
2018
Snow Report
Snow Report posted by Esther

Our Snow Report

So, we finished another week with all the slopes open in Vallnord and even though it was a cloudy day with light snowfall, we grabbed our skis and went skiing on the mountains of Pal-Arinsal.

Due to the International Women's Day, Vallnord organized a charity race for women in the area of Pal on Sunday. Neither snow nor cold have stopped these women to race by snowshoes or ski touring.

Due to the amount of clouds, visibility has been vaired throughout the day, so low-light goggles were essential. And since it has been snowing slightly we recommend you to wear waterproof clothes rather than the common hooded jumpers you see on the slopes in March. The quality of the snow is wet due to the rise in temperatures in recent days that has melted the powder, the good thing about this type of snow is that, if you are a beginner, it assists you to keep control because it helps to slow you down . The wind has also increased slightly in recent days, but it has not affected the quality of the snow in any way.

Despite the clouds, we have not hesitated for a second to stop making a selfie at the Pal-Arinsal Photo Point, have you try it yet? Simply scann your pass at the photo point you can immortalize your best moments on the snow. If you come to our Arinsal office and we will give you some free sunglasses* so you can take the best selfie at the photopoint.

*while stocks last

Our favourite run today was Planells in Pal. This green run is perfect for learning to ski since it is located at the base of Pal and has all kinds of services near it, restaurants, ski school, restrooms, information office, etc.

If you haven’t booked your equipment for your ski holidays yet you can do it now with up to 30% discount here.

08
March
2018
Snow Report
Snow Report posted by Esther

Our Snow Report

Today we are not starting by talking about snow, but about women, since it is the International Women's Day and we want to give our support to all the women skiers and snowboarders out there! In celebration, Vallnord has organized a charity skimo race for women (but men are also invited) that will take place on the slopes of Pal this Sunday from 10:30. If you are this weekend in Andorra, it’s well worth going along!

There is just one month left to the end of the season, but we are happy to still be enjoying the optimal snow conditions in Arinsal.  With thicknesses of over 2 meters on the mountains of Vallnord, powder snow quality and the entire ski area open.

This morning we woke up to a grey cloudy day, however that’s never an excuse not to go skiing, and thank goodness, because after midday the sky had cleared up and it ended up being a wonderfully blue afternoon. Blue is also the colour of our favourite run of the day, Port Vell, which is perhaps the easiest blue piste in Arinsal, recommended for those who feel comfortable skiing on green runs and want to take it a step further.

The wind was almost non-existent and the visibility was perfect so we didn’t waste a minute of this beautiful day on the Arinsal slopes. Check out our photos of the day here.

We are already in the month of March, and that has also been noticed on the slopes that are way quieter during the week, and the queues are non-existent for the lifts of Arinsal, because why should you wait to enjoy the snow?

If you are one of those who do not like to wait, book now your ski holidays here.

 

05
March
2018
Snow Report
Snow Report posted by Esther

Our Snow Report

There have been a lot of events this weekend on the slopes of Vallnord. We skied in all three areas: Arcalís and Pal-Arinsal, and observed that the conditions varied constantly, going from a sunny powder Saturday to a cloudy Sunday with light snowfall.

Due to the snowfall over the last few days, the organizers of the Freeride World Tour decided yesterday to celebrate El Dorado, a competition where the world’s best junior freeriders participate, and of course we didn’t want to miss out!  So we went to Arcalís and enjoyed a great day.  This competition is the warm-up for the Freeride World Tour, which will be held over the next few days in the area of Vallnord where the snow already reached a depth of 250cm, so the conditions are excellent and even though we are already in March there is still plenty of snow!

Yesterday, we went skiing on the slopes of Arinsal, where we also had a must-attend event, the National Pyrinees Cup of Andorra, a competition in which the young freestyle talents have been measured in the Arinsal snowpark.  They have not had any problem flying into the air, despite the reduced visibility on the mountain during the day.

The temperatures have risen noticeably over the weekend and the maximum has surpassed  +4 degrees. However, in the highest areas of the mountain the temperature has still been below zero and it has snowed lightly. The quality of the snow has been variable this weekend constantly changing from perfect powder to crispy snow, due to the drastic change of temperatures, so we recommend you to avoid skiing off-piste since the snow is unstable and the danger of avalanche is high outside of the marked pistes.
We have good news to give you and that is, until the end of the season, the slopes of Pal-Arinsal will be open until 18:00 (on Saturdays only) in the afternoon, so now you have no excuse to enjoy an extra hour on the mountain!

Don't forget to book your ski holidays here.

26
February
2018
Snow Report
Snow Report posted by Esther

Our Snow Report

The weekend has ended just as it started: with blue skies, strong sunrays, and mild temperatures that has allowed us to enjoy what has undoubtedly been the best weekend of the month!


Throughout the weekend conditions haven’t changed much with great quality snow and perfect visibility, since the clouds didn’t reach Arinsal until Sunday afternoon and then the sky was only slightly covered. In addition, the wind was non-existent and all the slopes of Vallnord were opened today, including La Capa!


We have explored the slopes of Pal - Arinsal without resting and our favourite piste was Font Roja in the area of Pal as it is always quiet and the view amongst the trees is breath-taking.  This red run has a medium-high difficulty; however, the coverage of the piste was perfect with powder snow everywhere without any lumps or bumps.


The off-piste at the start of the weekend was spectacular, with light powder snow, however, now it is all marked and the snow is slightly harder. Check our video riding in Arinsal here if you are wondering how the resort looks.


It was the last weekend of half a term so the slopes are still quite lively, however, today there has been a decrease in people on the slopes as many children returned to school today and they had to say goodbye to their holiday in the snow.


At the end of yesterday, some clouds were looming over the mountains of Arinsal, which means that the fresh snow is not over yet and certainly March 2018 could be even better than this epic month of February. We hope to see you this month on the slopes of Andorra, book now your holidays here.

 

22
February
2018
Snow Report
Snow Report posted by Esther

Our Snow Report

The month of February is coming to an end and in truth, it’s hard to count the days of powder snow that we’ve had this month, because it has not stopped snowing!

Today we woke up with clear skies, so we didn’t hesitate a single second to head up to the slopes of Arinsal to enjoy another great day of powder snow!

Throughout the day the conditions haven’t changed with a bright sun and cold temperatures that have reached -11 degrees, thus maintaining the perfect texture of the snow. The wind has been noticeable, however, 100% of the slopes have remained open during the day. The coverage is perfect on every run with thicknesses that reach 180cm in Arinsal and almost 2 and a half metres in Arcalís!

Despite the cold, it has been essential to use sunscreen because the sun has shone brightly and even if you stop for a break on the terrace we recommend that you don’t take off your glasses. Due to the optimal conditions of the slopes, there are many skiers who have wanted to enjoy them, so we have had occasional queues, especially in the lower areas of Arinsal. That’s why we recommend you ski on the high areas and even off-piste, where you can hardly find anybody and the quality of the snow is soft powder - perfect for adrenaline lovers. That's why our slope of the day has been the off-piste to the right of La Pala! We didn’t get tired of tracking it again and again, also the steepness in this area is not excessive so any intermediate skier can do it. Do not miss our photos of the day here.

Do you love mountain skiing? Then you can’t miss - this Saturday in Arcalís - the final leg of the Skimo 10, the hardest race of mountain skiing in Andorra. The race takes place this weekend and the itinerary covers 10 different county refuges and 3 ski resorts (Grau Roig, Arcalís and Naturlandia) in its 60 km itinerary.

18
February
2018
Snow Report
Snow Report posted by Esther

Our Snow Report

Cloudy days in the mountain are beautiful too, and today Arinsal was covered by clouds that the forecasts say will bring fresh snow in the next few days!

We sharpened our ski edges because we knew that due to the drop in temperature and the light increase of the wind, the snow could be harder under-foot. There is a thin layer of powder snow over the icy patches, so we had to use our edges to get a better grip on the slopes. However, we could enjoy 100% of the pistes of Vallnord as the whole resort was open today.

The visibility was fine during the day as the clouds were high and the temperatures haven’t been excessively cold, as the minimum was -6 degrees, that’s why despite the absence of sun, it was a pleasant day and we were not cold at any time.

Our favourite slope today was La Capa. This black run is the steepest slope in the whole country and it is only recommended for experts, however, we love it! From La Capa draglift you can enjoy breath taking views of both Arinsal and Pal at the same time.

Sundays are well known as the “aperitivo day” in Europe, and Andorra also wanted to offer the skiers a nice aperitivo in Planell on the area of Pal. That’s why they hosted today a ‘Vermouth Taster’ from 12:00-14:00, free vermouth for everybody!

There are still many weeks left this season, so don’t wait more and book your holidays here.

15
February
2018
Snow Report
Snow Report posted by Esther

Our Snow Report

The combination for a perfect day in Arinsal is white mountains and blue skies. Today was one of those days and the resort was dazzling!

Yesterday, it did not stop snowing on the mountain and the accumulated snow has already reached 150cm in Arinsal and over two metres on the slopes of Arcalís. However, today the day started with clear blue skies and bright sunshine offering us perfect visibility to enjoy the freshly fallen snow and as we always say, make sure you use UV protection lenses to avoid damaging your eyes.

After a few very cold weeks the temperature has raised, even exceeding 0 degrees, so it’s not been necessary to wrap ourselves excessively. At noon we decided to stop at the terrace of Obelix to have a cold drink under the sun with incredible views of the mountain. The rise of the temperature has also affected the snow that has softened throughout the day, especially on the sunnier slopes.  It was worthy getting up early to enjoy the fresh powder before it’s texture changed.

You can tell we are in half term, as the resort is busier, however - the queues do not exceed more than a couple minutes on the mountain. When heading up in the morning we recommend you using the chairlift Josep Serra if possible since it is faster than the gondola and there is usually no queue.

Our favourite track of the day was Tub Estadi in the highest part of Arinsal. This red track is next to the draglift and today had good coverage, it was almost empty as it requires a certain level. Also, the view from this slope is amazing, do not miss our photos of the day here:

08
February
2018
Snow Report
Snow Report posted by Esther

Our Snow Report

With all the snow that has fallen in the last week, today we have asked ourselves, “how beautiful the forests of Pal will be?“ That’s why we took our skis and have gone straight to explore the slopes of Pal-Arinsal.

Early this morning, it was snowing, and the visibility was quite flat. However, throughout the day, the clouds have disappeared, and the snow has stopped to give way to a clearer day, with the sun visible between scattered clouds and perfect visibility.

On piste the quality of the snow is great, with a thin layer of fresh snow fallen this morning. Enough for your skis to grip perfectly on the surface, but not too much so you don't have to avoid bumps on the mountain. In addition, the quality of the snow is maintained throughout the day due to the very low temperatures we are experiencing that have reached a minimum 15 degrees below zero! With this cold we haven’t hesitated to wrap up well before heading up the mountain wearing up to 3 layers under our ski jackets and thermals under our salopettes. In addition, the use of a Buff was essential today to keep our faces warm and thick socks, so that our feet do not get cold.

Off piste conditions are also optimal with good coverage of powder snow, however, it can be tiring to unbury yourself if you get stuck in the snow, since the thicknesses has reached 150cm on the slopes of Pal-Arinsal and up to 195cm in Ordino-Arcalís.

The tracks of Pal looked beautiful with all those snowy trees, and we just had to take pictures to show you how the resort looks, you can check them here. However, Arinsal has not fallen short either, with incredible white views of the mountains from the highest areas. Our favorite run of the day is La Solana in Arinsal. When we returned from Pal we decided to take this blue track on the far right of Arinsal, since at the end of the day it is the only piste where the sunrays still reach, and the path offers exceptional views of the resort, without requiring a great level of ability.

This weekend is carnival, and for those who have never heard about this celebration, it’s one of the funniest parties of the year based on one thing everybody loves, dressing up! On Saturday the resort will hold a fancy dress freestyle jumping competition in the snow park of Arinsal and on Sunday from 10:30, a costume parade will take place on the slopes, do not miss it!

04
February
2018
Snow Report
Snow Report posted by Esther

Our Snow Report

We are only at the 4th of February and we are already in love with this month because it hasn’t stopped snowing since the start! We woke up today knowing that it was going to be another great powder day, but also, very cold!


We went snowboarding in Arinsal, Vallnord where all the slopes were open and the off-pistes covered with snow, so we had many different options to enjoy our day. After 11:00 it had started to snow heavily, and it continues to snow in the town of Arinsal now. The slopes have already accumulated up to 165cm of snow in Arcalís and 110cm in Arinsal and it seems that the fresh snow will continue falling over the next few days.

The quality of the snow is perfect, light powder snow, meaning that you should use your edges softly, also the absence of wind has meant the snow remains on the runs without forming ice patches. To guarantee and maintain these extraordinary conditions it needs to be cold, and the temperature today has been 9 degrees below zero in the higher areas, so we recommend that you are all prepared when heading to the mountain with waterproof clothing so that the snow fall does not cause your clothes to get wet. In addition, visibility has been reduced, so low light lenses are recommended.


The snow, however, has not been enough to stop the Freestyle Smoking competition that today celebrated it’s final in Arinsal's snow park. It was amazing to watch the riders flying in the air, have a look at our pictures here.


In addition, the Andorran Ski Federation held a ski competition in which the little skiers from all around the country spent a great day racing against their friends on the slopes of Arinsal.


Our favourite run today was Margarita, which means Daisy Flower. Of course, there are no flowers on this slope, but today there was plenty of fresh powder that hadn’t been touched yet. This piste also crosses the restaurant Obelix,  that always has a great atmosphere and house music, perfect for having a break or a beer.

01
February
2018
Snow Report
Snow Report posted by Esther

Our Snow Report

A new month started today in Andorra, and we have done it in style, with fresh snow!

From early in this morning there was a noticeable change in the weather. The bright sun that has shone over the last few days in Arinsal has been replaced by grey clouds, and the mild temperatures have fallen to -7 degrees below zero. Then at 1pm, it started to snow slightly, what we were all waiting for!

We wrapped ourselves up with three layers and even put a base layer under our salopettes, and we didn’t hesitate when choosing our lens, low light, since the visibility was flat on the mountain. However, we enjoyed skiing that layer of fresh snow that has already settled after a whole afternoon of snow in Arinsal, which was more consistent in the higher areas. The cold temperatures have maintained the powder quality of the snow that, until today, in a few corners had been frozen forming small ice-patches. The forecasts say that the snow will keep falling in the next few days, it seems that a powder February is waiting for us.

We started the month with an easy run, Cortals, our piste of the day. Every beginner in Arinsal has done this green slope, which is the first step between the magic carpet and Les Fonts chairlift that leads to higher level runs (blue and red). Today we enjoyed this run with excellent snow quality and the visibility was better than in the higher areas.

This weekend the Freestyle Smoking competition is happening in the snow park of Arinsal. The trials will be held on Saturday and on Sunday the grand finale, a great show full of adrenaline that you cannot miss if you are in Andorra this weekend.

There is only a few weeks left before half term holidays, if you have not yet reserved your ski holidays yet, you can do it here!

28
January
2018
Snow Report
Snow Report posted by Esther

Our Snow Report

Today in Arinsal the Font Blanca ISMF Skimo World Cup 2018 took place, so we headed up to the mountain this morning to enjoy this great race and while we were at it, ski a few runs under the sun to check out the conditions of the slopes after the snowfall yesterday.

The wind of yesterday has disappeared and it has been almost non-existent throughout the day. The bluebird sky, without any clouds, have made this Sunday a perfect day to enjoy the fresh snow that has already reached 110 cm in Arinsal and even 155cm in Arcalís. The snow is powder quality and it has remained like that throughout the day since, despite the strong sun, the temperature has not exceeded 0 degrees. We always like to keep warm just in case, but today we found wearing three layers excessive, since the temperature felt higher than it actually was.

All the pistes in Vallnord were open today, except for Marrades in Arinsal, since it was the piste where the Font Blanca competition was being held. Due to the high quality of the snow, we dared to do the black runs at the top of Arinsal that are usually quieter, as they demand a certain skiing level. Bony Vaques was our favourite piste, it is quite steep - since it is a black run - but the snow was soft enough to cushion any falls. Due to the amount of people skiing on it throughout the day, the snow had formed small bumps that we had to dodge and jump, making the run really fun, even though after finishing it when we couldn’t feel our legs!

There were many people who came to Arinsal today to see the Font Blanca World Cup and, so we noticed the increase of people also on the slopes. It is amazing to see these elite athletes skiing up from the base of Marrades next to the Crest Hotel to the top of Les Fonts, in only 27 minutes! The winner of this edition was the German Anton Palzer. Do not miss our photos of the competition here.

 

25
January
2018
Snow Report
Snow Report posted by Esther

Our Snow Report

This week has started with bright sun and warm temperatures but little by little the temperatures have been dropping, until today, when it ​​has fallen below zero degrees. It seems that in the next few days the trend will continue with even lower temperatures and some fresh snow!


At the beginning of the week we were able to ski in hoody on the sunny slopes of Arinsal, however, the sky this morning was covered with clouds, so we wrapped up with 3 layers, to be warm enough on the mountain. The absence of sun and the increase of the wind have made today cold, even though the minimum temperature has not dropped below -4 degrees.


The visibility was good, and the snow has took longer to soften due to the cold temperatures that have maintained its texture all day, making the conditions great to enjoy skiing the slopes of Arinsal.

In the higher areas, where the wind was stronger the pistes had some ice patches, so we spent more time on the lower areas of the mountain - like the run Les Fonts, our favorite piste of the day. This blue track is the main descent of Arinsal, and we love it for how long it is, as it starts next to the Igloo Xalet and ends up at the Derby Deli. We bet that you can’t ski it to the end without stopping!


We have also observed the arrival of mountain skiers who have trained this week on the slopes of Arinsal, climbing to the highest peaks. This is due to the fact that this weekend Vallnord celebrates the Font Blanca Skimo World Cup, a mandatory event for the lovers of this sport. On Saturday, the individual race will take place in Arcalís starting at 9:00, and on Sunday the vertical race will be held in Arinsal starting at 9:30. For daily updates, don’t forget to check our social media: Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram.

23
January
2018
Snow Report
Snow Report posted by Esther

Our Snow Report

We have started this week with bright sun and very pleasant temperatures, which have gave us the strength to face Monday in Pal-Arinsal, heading to the mountain covered in sunscreen!

Early in the morning, the snow was a hardpacked in Arinsal, especially in the highest areas where temperatures are lower, and the snow always takes longer to transform. That is why we went to the top of Arinsal to enjoy incredible views of a sunny Monday but also to take the cable car to the Pal area to check the conditions there as well.

Amazingly, in Pal the ice patches were practically non-existent, so we have remained in this sector for most of the day. The easier tracks were more crowded, but it was practically impossible to find anyone on red or black tracks of greater difficulty. The temperature has been mild, even reaching 10 degrees so the terraces have been alive with people sunbathing. The temperature has also affected the snow that has transformed throughout the day, softening with the passing of hours, so the best time to be on the slopes was after midday when the snow was soft enough but not heavy.

The wind has been remarkable and has brought some loose clouds during the day that however, have not affected the perfect visibility on the mountain. These clouds though have formed shapes on the sky giving us spectacular views of the resort. Check here our pictures of the day.

Our favourite track today was Els Avets meaning the fir trees, as it is all surrounded by these type of trees. For a blue run this track has quite a slope, but the snow was soft, so it was easy to turn. This slope is quite short, but we haven’t gotten tired of repeating it again and again, besides, it did not have anybody on there.

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18
January
2018
Snow Report
Snow Report posted by Esther

Our Snow Report

On bluebird days with mild temperatures there are no excuses not to go skiing.  When we headed up the mountain this morning we observed that the wind has slightly increased in Arinsal, so decided to spend the day over in the linked area of ​​Pal, which is more sheltered and the conditions were excellent!

On the first runs the snow was well groomed, it was worth getting up early and catching the first chairlift this morning! In general throughout the day the snow was firm in places and the conditions great to enjoy a full day on the slopes. The full resort remained open throughout the day, including the link between Pal and Arinsal, offering us 44 slopes to choose from.

The temperature has risen up above zero degrees although it hasn't been excessively high, helping to preserve the quality of the snow all day long. The sun shone brightly, and at some points in the day we were too hot with 3 layers of clothing. We did however keep our goggles on all day, as the combination of sunshine and the bright white slopes created alot of reflection, but the visibility was perfect.

Our run of the day was Coms; this red piste is quite steep, however today it was perfectly groomed, allowing us to make wide turns picking up speed to enjoy the grippy snow to the fullest. In addition, the views along this run are incredible, and there are some fun jumps on the sides where the forest starts. Check out our photos of the day here.

14
January
2018
Snow Report
Snow Report posted by Esther

Our Snow Report

Today I woke up thinking that it was going to be a grey and cold day in Arinsal, as the weather forecasts had said. However, when I opened the window I was surprised by a beautiful sunny morning after a night in which it has not stopped snowing lightly.

I picked up my snowboard and headed to the slopes of Arinsal. No matter how many times I do the gondola ride up to the resort, it never stops impressing me - you may have seen my Facebook live video with incredible views of the mountains and the entire village covered in white.

We have noticed that the temperature has risen a little (hovering around -4 degrees) and it is no longer as freezing as in the past few days, although it still remains below zero degrees. However, the absence of wind and the strong sun of today has helped us to enjoy a pleasant day without feeling too cold.

The visibility has been good, since there were only a few clouds on the horizon, that's why we chose our UV protection lenses and took our sun screen with us, since the sun has shone brightly throughout the day.

The slopes were not as quiet as the last few days as many skiers have arrived to Arinsal to spend the weekend. That is the reason why we have preferred to avoid the lower areas and spend the whole day enjoying the highest runs of ​​Arinsal which were much quieter. All the pistes of Arinsal have remained open during the day, but without hesitation our favourite slope was La Pala. This red track at the top of Arinsal offers incredible views of the entire resort and the peak of La Capa and today had a perfect snow coverage of powder quality. Since it requires a certain level it is difficult to find many people skiing on it, it is only for the most daring, but the effort is worth it!

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11
January
2018
Snow Report
Snow Report posted by Esther

Our Snow Report

Last week we have skied all three resorts of Vallnord (Arcalís, Pal and Arinsal) and we can say that it is undoubtedly the best week of the whole season until now. The heavy snowfall of last weekend has filled the slopes of Andorra with exceptional snow quality and even though the sun has shone in recent days, the low temperatures have maintained the snow perfectly throughout the day.

Today however, the sun wasn’t as present as in the last few days and light clouds were covering the mountain bringing us at some point light snow with spells of sunshine. The temperature today has hovered around 9 degrees below zero, which means freezing cold! So, we put on as many layers as possible (including a first thermal layer, a fleece, a thick sweater and a ski jacket), a thermal cover for the face and double gloves and headed up to the slopes of Vallnord to enjoy the great snow that has already reached 120cm on the highest areas. Despite the cold, the wind is almost non-existent at the moment in Vallnord, that’s why 100% of its tracks have remained open and only one ski lift in Arcalís has been inactive throughout the day.

This week our favourite piste is the red L'Hortell, in Arcalís. This run is located at the left of the resort and it is only accessible by a draglift with the same name, which is quite steep. It is not suitable for beginners, maybe that’s the reason why we did not find a single person on this piste. The snowy pines surrounding the track offer incredible views of the whole resort and the quality of the snow here was perfect with parts of the track that have not been touched even in the afternoon when we still enjoy breaking the groomed lines.

After an intense day of skiing, we decided to recover ourselves dining at Surf. You can find this Argentinian restaurant in the centre of Arinsal and it offers huge steaks cooked on open grills, the best way to end the day.

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07
January
2018
Snow Report
Snow Report posted by Esther

Our Snow Report

Everybody loves Sundays, but if it is a powder snow Sunday it’s even better! And today has been an epic Sunday in which it has not stopped snowing for a second on the slopes of Arinsal.

Yesterday, the Three Kings came to the slopes of Arinsal giving sweets to the little ones, however, today is officially the end of the Christmas holidays as there are no more festivities left. That’s why, so many skiers have already returned to their homes leaving all the slopes very quiet today. In Arinsal, 100% of the runs have been open, so we did not want to miss a corner of fresh snow throughout the day. The snowfall was heavy on the mountain all day long, but lighter in the village that has still turned white. Despite the snow, the temperature has not been frosty, oscillating around -2 and -3 degrees, so we wore 3 layers, and it was enough throughout the day.

The highest parts of Arinsal have accumulated more than 30 cm of powder snow, so we enjoyed a great time marking our trail on the slopes. The visibility around the mountain was reduced because of the snow storm but we were still able to see the mountain a few metres away. It was the ground that was the most affected, and forced us to feel our skis.

We skied every piste of Arinsal today, noting that in the lower parts of the resort like on the blue piste Marrades the snow was stickier than the rest of the station where the quality was very light powder snow perfect for easy turns. Our favorite piste of the day was the blue run Salador, which was totally untouched. We loved skiing fresh tracks while sinking into those cm of powder snow. This slope ends at Obelix restaurant where we decided to stop for a hot drink to warm us up and dry the snow on our clothes - of course inside of the restaurant as the terrace had a lot of snow!

Check here our photos of the day skiing in Arinsal.

 

04
January
2018
Snow Report
Snow Report posted by Esther

Our Snow Report

Over the last few days we have been skiing on the slopes of Pal-Arinsal and the conditions have reminded us more of beautiful bluebird spring days than to the cold month of January.

The temperature has been around 5 degrees on the slopes of Arinsal and it has even reached 10 degrees in the village. That’s why the terraces of the mountain have been filled with people enjoying the good weather and amazing snowy views. Likewise, the sun has shone steadily these days so visibility is perfect on the mountain and the use of UV-protected glasses is highly recommended at any time.

The domain of Pal-Arinsal has opened 100% of its runs and the gondola that links both sectors has remained open throughout the day, so we have been able to ski all the way to Pal and come back to Arinsal trying every single run of the resort. The quality of the snow is very changeable: Early in the morning is hardpacked, however, throughout the day, due to the warm temperatures the ice melts transforming into a softer snow, we experienced the best snow quality around noon, when the ice-patches had disappeared. We are expecting snowfall this weekend and a drastic change of the conditions, so we recommend you following us on Facebook here to be aware of the latest news in Vallnord.

Our piste of the day it was the XS-S freestyle snow park. As the snow is soft at the moment we have dared to try this super fun snow park suitable for everyone, from children to adults as the boxes and jumps are easy (for experienced skiers and boarders) but fun at the same time. Wearing a helmet is highly recommended, more than ever if you are heading to the snow  park.

This weekend is Three Kings in Andorra (a traditional Spanish holiday), so it could be a busy weekend as many Spanish skiers will like to spend their holiday skiing in Vallnord. If you are in resort on Saturday don’t miss the visit of the Three Kings to Vallnord. They will be in Pal from 10:30-12:15 and they will head later to  ​​Arinsal arriving at 12:45 to the restaurant Terrace.

We wish all of you a happy Three Kings Day! we have already ordered our present, fresh snow, and it looks like it's on way!

 

31
December
2017
Snow Report
Snow Report posted by Esther

Our Snow Report

After the storm always comes the calm and that's what happened this weekend in Vallnord. The storm that arrived on Tuesday in Andorra did not cease until Saturday morning when it finally stopped snowing and gave us a break to enjoy an incredible day of powder snow, blue skies and a lot of sun.

This weekend we decided to try Ordino-Arcalís which is the Vallnord resort that offers the greatest thickness.  Reaching up to 125 cm of snow on it’s slopes and with every single one of the lifts open during this weekend.

From early this morning we noticed that the temperature had risen up a few degrees and the minimum was now over zero.  The sun shone all day long today! That’s why it’s necessary to protect yourself with high protection sun screen as the mountain is whiter than ever after the last snowfall and the sun has been strong today making the UV rays reflection very powerful.

As conditions are constantly changing in the mountains, the quality of the snow is changing as well. That’s why on the same piste you can find a bit of everything from a few ice patches to slushy bumps, and powder snow in the corners. This is the busiest weekend of the year, since there are many people who want to end their year skiing on the slopes of Vallnord so always ski with caution.

Our piste of the day is Les Feixans, this beginners freeride area is a little hidden and that’s why it’s usually empty during the day. In addition, due to the heavy snowfall of the last few days, the coverage of the off-piste is really quite good.

In conclusion, it's being a great end of the year on the slopes of Andorra, we hope 2018 also brings us a lot of snow and we wish you all a Happy New Year!

 Check our pictures of the day in Arcalís here.

28
December
2017
Snow Report
Snow Report posted by Esther

Our Snow Report

A snowstorm arrived to the Pyrenees on Tuesday night and it has not stopped snowing since then, so it’s looking like we will have an unforgettable New Year in the mountains of Andorra.

The time has arrived to dust off the freeride skis and snowboards, grab them and head up to the slopes of Pal-Arinsal to enjoy an epic powder day with more than 30 cm of fresh snow.

The snow flurry this morning transformed around 13:30 into a heavy snowfall that is gaining thicknesses of already 120cm in Arcais, Vallnord. Some of the tracks have not been groomed because of the constant snowfall so we recommended you are careful, especially beginners who should watch out for uneven areas, although any fall today will have a soft and fluffy landing.

The temperature has reached -10 degrees in the highest areas, so it is essential to wear at least three layers and even four for the cold sensitive people. The visibility has been reduced as well as snow is dumping down, it totally looks like the winter has already settled in Arinsal.

After the first month of the season getting used to the snow and training our legs, we felt we were capable of snowboarding on red runs and we loved Cubil today in the area of ​​Pal. It has powder snow in every corner of the piste, however, without any unexpected bumps.  It was totally perfect! We had so much fun checking the off-piste forests of Pal that have already been covered in snow.

Do not miss our photos of the day here.

26
December
2017
Snow Report
Snow Report posted by Esther

Our Snow Report

Early this morning the sky was clear, but the temperature has dropped several degrees since Christmas Day in which the sun was very prominent during the whole day. The snow has also changed because of the mild temperatures over the last few days and the icy-patches around have melted softening the snow.

Throughout the day the clouds have been approaching the resort and the day has turned grey. Late in the afternoon  it has begun to snow slightly at the top of the mountains, and there is heavy snow expected for tonight and tomorrow according to the forecasts.

It has been noticeable the arrival of skiers and snowboarders who have chosen to spend the Christmas holidays on the slopes of Arinsal so we would recommended you to ski in the higher areas of the mountain that are usually quieter.

Our favourite area this week was Coll De La Botella in Pal, as it is always quiet. We stopped to have lunch at the new restaurant of Coll de la Botella where DJs play live music every Saturday to liven up the meals with spectacular views. Check our photos of the new restaurant here.

 

21
December
2017
Snow Report
Snow Report posted by Esther

Our Snow Report

The winter has officially begun today, however, we woke up to a sunny bluebird day so it took me just a second to take my board and head up to the slopes of Arinsal.

The temperature today was more typical of mild autumn rather than cold winter, with minimum of 0 degrees and maximum of 4. Also, the sun shone all day long, with only a few clouds crossing early in the morning. That's why we had enough with only 2 layers on without getting cold, even though the wind is still blowing in the higher areas of the resort.

Our piste of the day was Marrades, one of the most popular tracks in Arinsal. This blue run connects the offices of Vallnord on the mountain of Arinsal with the upper part of the town, next to Hotel Patagonia, and the difficulty level is for advanced beginners since it is an easy run, although quite narrow in some points and with seemingly infinite curves. Actually, it is the only piste that allows you to ski to the town of Arinsal, that's why we love it! Taking advantage of the snow until the last second possible.

Keeping in mind that today is the shortest day of the year, so the shade quickly reaches the slopes and it gets dark in the village at 17:30, that also indicates the arrival of Christmas in only 4 days. If you are in Vallnord this week, we recommend you heading to Arcalís on December 24th because Santa Claus will arrive at the slopes of the resort by snowmobile and he will invite the little ones to hot chocolate.

If you want to enjoy a different Christmas, book your holidays in the snow here.

18
December
2017
Snow Report
Snow Report posted by Esther

Our Snow Report

We have started a new week in Arinsal and there was no a better way than…snowing! We just had to head up the mountain to explore the slopes of Pal-Arinsal and tell you how the resort looks today.

We took the first chairlift this morning and the sky was very cloudy although the snow had not yet started to fall. The wind has been noticeable in the last few days, especially in the area of ​​Arinsal, but this morning it was not excessive so 96% of the lifts remained open. We headed to Pal where the visibility was higher and the powder snow was of excellent quality. We loved the new viewpoint of the Pic del Cubil, in Pal. From there, we enjoyed the incredible view of the mountains despite the clouds.

By midday it started to snow heavily on the mountain and the conditions changed drastically. The visibility had reduced so it was necessary to wear low-light lenses and  definitely recommended to wear a buff if you do not want the snow stinging your face. Despite the cold day we enjoyed the fresh snow on the piste, skiing non-stop in the whole of the Pal-Arinsal area. Currently, it is still snowing even in the town of Arinsal, which little by little it is being covered again in white.

Due to the snowstorm we recommend you to stay in the lower areas of Pal-Arinsal. Our piste of the day was the blue run Besurt II that it takes you to the lowest part of Pal and it is wide enough so that any beginner can have fun skiing it’s fresh snow.

Don’t miss our photos of the day in Pal here.

15
December
2017
Snow Report
Snow Report posted by Esther

Our Snow Report

There is only one week between Autumn and Winter, and we have been able to notice it this week in resort. The storm Ana that has swept all over Europe has also passed through Andorra which has meant a noticeable lowering of temperatures and prevailing snowfall throughout the country.

We have skied in Arcalís, Pal and Arinsal in the last couple of days and we had a great time; although yes, very cold.  The link between Pal and Arinsal is already open so it’s possible to go skiing to Pal and enjoy it’s forests and tree lined runs. Due to its North orientation the tracks are usually harder here, so if you are still learning we recommend that you stay in Arinsal.

At the beginning of the week we had some amazing days of powder snow thanks to the snowstorm, however the last days due to the drastic temperature drop, the snow has hardened a little so you can find ice patches in some areas of the resort. Therefore, if you are still undecided if your sport is skiing or snowboarding, we recommend skiing since hard snow is more forgiving with four edges than with two.

86% of the lifts are already open in Vallnord, and this week the slopes are quieter than ever so you can ski without stopping all day.

Book here now your ski holidays and have an unforgettable time in the slopes on Arinsal!

 

10
December
2017
Snow Report
Snow Report posted by Esther

Our Snow Report

Sunday is a day of rest isn’t it? Not really when you are in Arinsal and it’s been a constant gentle snowfall overnight. We could not help but getting up early to be the first to try these new centimetres of fresh snow, and the truth is that it was worth it!

The clouds have been looming over Arinsal all day long, which has reduced visibility on the slopes; that’s why the use of anti-fog lenses has been essential today. Also, the absence of wind has helped these clouds to get stuck between the mountains offering us some beautiful views around resort, but also increasing the humidity in the atmosphere.

The temperature hovered around 0 degrees during the day, which means it was neither cold nor hot making our day in the mountain very pleasant despite the absence of sun. Likewise, there has been no more snow fall during the day, although it is expected in the next few days as the forecasts announce. We recommend you checking our Facebook so you don’t miss our latest updates on the resort conditions.

In summary, it has been a great day skiing between the slopes of Pal, definitely our favorite run it was the blue piste La Serra, super quiet where we noticed that all the skiers who arrived last week because of Spanish holidays have already started to go back home leaving all the runs for us!

07
December
2017
Snow Report
Snow Report posted by Esther

Our Snow Report

The first week of the season has just ended and the truth is that we had a bit of everything; from snowstorms and frozen days to milder temperatures and sunshine, especially in the last few days.

Temperatures have always remained below zero which has allowed the snow cannons to work day and night but the sun has softened the chill in the air, so it hasn’t been necessary to wrap up excessively. However, it has been essential to use sunscreen at all times and goggles with UV protection. Thanks to the heavy snowfall on December 3rd, the quality of the snow is good with powder, especially at the highest areas. For this reason, our favourite resort this week has been Arcalís, where you can find greater depth under foot. We advise you to pay attention to the signs on the slopes and do not go off-piste because you can still find rocks in some areas.

Since Wednesday, the volume of skiers in the mountain has increased, due to the Spanish holiday that ends on Sunday December 10th. However, since 86% of the ski lifts are open in Vallnord, you won’t find long queues around resort.

The piste of the week is the blue La Coma. It is the beginning of the season and we want you to start little by little and this easy blue track is suitable for all levels and physical conditions. In addition, it is one of the highest slopes in Arcalís so the powder remains all day long and the shadow hardly gets there.

If you are wondering how the resort looks, check our latest pictures here.

We hope to see you here this season 2017-2018!

01
December
2017
Snow Report
Snow Report posted by Ellen

Our Snow Report

Today is opening day here in Arinsal and the conditions up on the mountain have been great start to what we hope will be another brilliant season! We were lucky enough to have snowfall over night last night, giving the town a nice white coating and making for nice powdery conditions in some parts of the slopes. Some sections of the slopes are still a little hard packed, but with more snowfall on the way we are hopeful that the conditions will soon be soft and fluffy across the majority of pisted runs. 

The visibility this morning has been good, and although there was a flat light to begin with, the sun decided to show its face and break through the clouds a little later on. Temperatures are continuing to drop and more snowfall is expected over the next couple of days which is welcome news to all those already in Arinsal or arriving soon.  There’s been little wind but when it does blow it certainly has an icy chill so don’t forget to layer up and bring your lip balm with you.

There were limited slopes open today, but that didn’t matter with so few people on the mountain – we saw a maximum of 15 other people!  We were lucky enough to bump into Vallnord instructors Dave, Matt and Woody who joined us for an enjoyable couple of runs. With quiet slopes and good conditions plus more snow on the way, now is the perfect time to get your boots on and get up the mountain.

See photos of the opening day here.

07
November
2017
Snow Report
Snow Report posted by Ian

Our Snow Report

Well what a difference two days can make!  Yesterday morning we woke up to fresh snowfall in Arinsal and it's made me even more excited for the start of the season in less than a month.  With a decent amount falling it's suddenly transformed the slopes of Arinsal and Pal ready for opening day on the 1st December (conditions permitting) and looks to be a great start to the season.

On the forecast it's showing all the right signs too, with more snow and cold temperatures on the horizon.  If you have already booked your holiday to Vallnord then it's time to get excited, and if you haven't booked there hasn't been a better time!  Remember to get your pre-booking discounts by heading to our shop, or if you have any questions or specific requirements, don't hesitate to get in contact with one of our expert team.

23
September
2017
Snow Report
Snow Report posted by Ian

Our Snow Report

So recently we've seen the temperatures dropping which has bought a flurry of snow to the Vallnord sector of Arcalis.  A few times over the last couple of weeks the lush green mountains have turned the more familiar white that we are used to seeing over the winter season. 

Don't be disturbed if the snow doesn't hang around for long though, it's quite normal at this time of year and it won't be until November that we start seeing the snow settle for the season.

Vallnord is due to open on the 1st of December this year (conditions permitting) so don't forget to bookmark this page to keep up-to-date with all the weather conditions and snow forecasts.

If you visiting Arinsal this winter and haven't yet sorted out your ski extras, then head here to see all our special offers and pre-booking discounts.

14
April
2017
Snow Report
Snow Report posted by Ian

Our Snow Report

Well they say time flies while you are having fun and that certainly has been the case here in Arinsal.  For those of you familiar with the resort, you'll know that seeing the Capa (black run) open until this late into the season shows you what great conditions we have had.

We've had some truly epic days over the season and with great conditions it has allowed us to get the best out of Arinsal, Pal and Arcalis as they all offer such different qualities.  If you are lucky enough to be joining us for the last weekend of the season, then make sure you get up early and head to the higher runs.  With the sun rising earlier, the runs are soft from first things and the snow will progressively get heavier throughout the day.  The best conditions can be found between 9am and 12pm so we recommend being prepared to get those first lifts up.  Just be alert that any areas or runs in the shade will stay hard packed until a little later in the day, so make sure that you approach them with a little caution.

Sun cream is a must as the sun has been beaming down and make sure you reward yourself with an Apres ski drink in one of the many terraces either on the mountain or in resort.

We hope you have enjoyed the snow reports this season and found them useful, we'll resume them later in the year when it's time for the 2017/2018 season, we hope you'll be joining us!

07
April
2017
Snow Report
Snow Report posted by Esther

Our Snow Report

We are arriving to the end of the season, however the mountain continues surprising us with incredible powder days like last Thursday when the sun came out after two days of light snow and we had so much fun leaving our powder marks on the empty tracks of Vallnord.

It seems that the sun will be bright over the weekend and the temperature will increase by a few degrees so we recommend you to protect yourself from the sun with high protection sun screen and UV protection lenses.

Without doubt the ski resort of the week is Arcalís, which offers exceptional snow quality for this time of year, where you can find powder snow at any time of the day and the coverage reaches maximum depth of 240cm, this is because this resort is north facing, which helps it to keep the snow as much as possible. In Pal and Arinsal the slopes that are in better conditions are those located in the highest areas and also those that are oriented to the north as La Capa and La Pala.

Our piste of the week is the blue run La Font in Arcalís. To access this slope you have to take the chairlift L'Abarsetar, which is quite slow but it is worth the wait to enjoy incredible views of the most western areas of the resort characterized by the abundance of pines. In addition, this run is usually empty and this week has kept the snow powder throughout the day even in the forest off-piste areas where we had a great time snowboarding!

Check out our latest photos of the Vallnord slopes here.

If you are this weekend in Vallnord you cannot miss the last competition of the season organized by Freeride World Qualifier: The Jam Extreme that will count with 120 international riders who will show their skills on the best freeride areas of Arcalís, starting tomorrow at 9:00!

For daily updates don’t forget to check our Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.

01
April
2017
Snow Report
Snow Report posted by Esther

Our Snow Report

So March is now over, and it was a month characterized by extremes, in which we have constantly passed from spring days with mild temperatures to cold winter and snowstorms. This has also affected the snow that has transformed enormously from one day to the next, but we have undoubtedly enjoyed incredible powder days that have offered us the best snow quality of the whole season with 100% of the slopes open in Vallnord.

And it seems that in April the conditions will remain the same. After a few sunny days in which the temperatures have not been so high, slightly over 0 degrees, the snow returns. With the arrival of the weekend the temperatures have been descending little by little and the clouds have been invading the landscape. Today the visibility was more reduced and it looks like it is going to be a great weekend with more than 20 cm of fresh snow forecasted.

Yesterday we have skied all day in Pal-Arinsal and we have noticed that in the early morning the snow was harder at the top but nevertheless it offered the best quality after 12pm.

The slopes are very quiet and this week the red piste Coms, in Pal, is our track of the week due to the excellent snow and incredible views of the surrounding Pal forests until you reach the Cubil chairlift.

If you don’t have a plan for Easter yet, come to enjoy the last powder days of the season booking your holidays here.

For daily updates don’t forget to check our Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.

 

24
March
2017
Snow Report
Snow Report posted by Esther

Our Snow Report

The last few days in Arinsal the weather has been totally changeable: Spring temperatures have dropped more than 15 degrees bringing us back to the winter and reminding us that there is still a lot of the season remaining.

The night of the 22nd of March it began to snow and during the last two days the precipitations have happened intermittently with varying force throughout the day. Yesterday in the afternoon the storm calmed down giving us a short break to fully enjoy the fresh powder snow on the slopes, whereas today the day has been more complicated with heavier snowfall and reduced visibility, but also bringing us greater thicknesses to enjoy some incredible powder days.

No doubt we have enjoyed skiing in Arinsal where the snow quality is soft powder and with coverage ideal to enjoy any corner of the ski resort both on and off piste with 100% of the ski lifts open in Vallnord. Our piste of the day has been the red slope La Tossa, with great powder snow but also offering lots of fun options among its off-piste trees, check out our last pictures of Arinsal here.

If you are this weekend in Arinsal we recommend that you are prepared for the cold because the storm is in full swing and prepared for up to 40 cm of powder!

You still have time to book your last minute snow holidays here.

For daily updates don’t forget to check our Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.

 

20
March
2017
Snow Report
Snow Report posted by Esther

Our Snow Report

February 20th means that spring is here! And it also means that days will keep getting longer and longer to get the most out of our days on the mountains. The temperatures recently are also characteristic of spring, with mild and sunny days. However, weather forecasts are announcing big changes starting today, with notable temperature drops and fresh snow.

Today we skied in Arinsal to be able to observe this slow change of the conditions. Throughout the day some clouds were surrounding the mountain and we perceived that the temperature has dropped a few degrees so it is time to get the ski jacket back. Our favourite piste has been La Pala. This red run is at the top of Arinsal which helps it to maintain the texture of the snow throughout the day. Also, as it requires an intermediate level to ride it is often difficult to see someone else on the slope.

In the lower areas of the resort you can find softer snow, more suitable for snowboarders who can practice their tricks without fear of falling into an ice-patch.

In general they have been nice days in the mountains, so we have made the most of it, do not miss our photos here. However, everything indicates that the sun is ending and the snow returns with the arrival of spring, we still cannot complain!

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14
March
2017
Snow Report
Snow Report posted by Esther

Our Snow Report

The conditions this week have been very changeable in Arinsal. Mid-week, temperatures have risen to peaks of the season with hardly any clouds and a radiant sun, but with the arrival of the weekend the temperatures dropped by more than 14 degrees and the wind brought some clouds and light snowfall.

Yesterday was a day characterised by the cold and you needed at least 2 layers under your ski jacket but that certainly has offered us the best quality of snow of recent days. The powder snow that had fallen in the last few hours had formed a layer on the pistes with a good texture and the high temperatures that had transformed the snow in the previous days helped to prevent ice patches from forming on this cold day.

It is true that the snow have been constantly changing in the last few days, in which from one slope to another you can find totally different qualities, so the key is to know always where are the best spots, such as the red pistes La Pala in Arinsal and La Balma in Arcalís, slopes that have not been affected by the temperatures and have offered powder snow all week.

On weekdays the resort is practically empty with hardly queues, although during the weekends there are still many locals who want to enjoy this season and the slopes are full of life.

Have a look here at our pictures of yesterday in Arinsal,

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05
March
2017
Snow Report
Snow Report posted by Esther

Our Snow Report

In the last few days the weather conditions have changed drastically and the days have gone from typical spring temperatures back to the cold winter.

It has been a white weekend in which all ski resorts have received up to 40 cm of fresh snow, taking the depth of snow to 220 cm in Vallnord. Temperatures have dropped below 0 degrees which has allowed the quality of the powder snow to be optimal and be maintained throughout the day.

Visibility has been very variable today, where we had moments of full sun and then after a few minutes the snowfall was back with some low clouds and reduced visibility so we recommend you to take both lenses with you to the mountain and some extra layers so you are prepared for everything .

It has been a quiet weekend without queues, and even in the off-piste only a few people who have taken advantage of this powder day have left their tracks.

The wind has started to blow slightly but it has not prevented the highest chairlifts from being open in a day with only one closed run over all the 71 runs of the Vallnord ski resort.

We started the month of March in a very strong way, and it seems that the cold and the snow will last for a few days.

Do not miss our photos of this powder weekend here!

There is still a lot of snow for the season so you are on time to enjoy some powder days booking your holidays here.

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03
March
2017
Snow Report
Snow Report posted by Esther

Our Snow Report

The recent trend of bluebird skies was disturbed this week by a light snowstorm that left us with a few cm of fresh snow on the slopes of Vallnord.  In addition to this, forecasts indicate that in the next few days we are due  50 cm, which will make the month of March great conditions!  On top of this it looks like a lot of snow is predicted for the rest of the season.

In general, the visibility has been good, as now the days are longer and there are more hours of sunshine even those who wait until the end of the day can enjoy the slopes in good light. On the slopes there is up to 200 cm of snow that becomes heavier at the end of the day, so we recommend you to hit the slopes early in the morning, when the snow is in the best condition.

Half term has finished and the slopes have been noticeably quieter, especially in Arcalís and Pal, where there are almost more people on the terraces enjoying the rays of sun rather than skiing on the slopes.

Our piste of the week is La Megaverde, in Arcalís.  If you thought that this ski resort was only directed towards advanced skiers you are mistaken! Arcalís has the longest green run of all the Pyrenees, ideal for beginners, which runs the entire station, 8 km length with wonderful views.

Take a look at our latest photos exploring the slopes of Arcalís here.

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24
February
2017
Snow Report
Snow Report posted by Esther

Our Snow Report

We have enjoyed 10 days in a row of bright sun and mild temperatures, which has meant great conditions for those here over half term holidays. Temperatures have risen up to 5 degrees above zero, which is unusual for this time of year and it has been common to see that some skiers have left their ski jacket at home and headed to the mountain in hoody or jumper. However, some snow is expected in the coming week.

All the areas of Vallnord: Pal, Arinsal and Arcalis have opened the 100% of their lifts so despite being one of the most popular weeks of the season the slopes were not overcrowded. The snow still maintaining the same texture as the past days, with lighter powder in the top areas.

The visibility has been perfect on the slopes, with the exception of yesterday, when the winds from the south brought a desert haze to the mountains of Vallnord covering the entire resort decreasing the visibility in some areas. Lately we have noticed also that days are getting longer in Arinsal, and even after a long day of ski you will still have time to catch some rays relaxing on a terrace in the village, as it doesn’t get dark until after 18:30.

This week we have enjoyed the tranquil forests of Pal discovering new runs like the black La Comellada, quiet challenging at the beginning with a steep bumpy slope, but ending with a nice path among trees.

Check out our last pictures from Pal and Arinsal here.

If you are this weekend in Arinsal do not forget to participate in the carnival costume contest this Saturday at 12:00, all participants will have a prize!

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18
February
2017
Snow Report
Snow Report posted by Esther

Our Snow Report

After the last snowfall on February 13th the snow has calmed down leaving us fantastic bluebird days in the mountains of Vallnord!

The temperatures have increased slightly, reaching over 0 degrees and the wind has stopped completely, so you won’t be needing any more than two good layers when heading up to the mountain. The sun has brightened without stopping in the last few days so it is very important that you do not forget your suncream and sunglasses to take advantage of the perfect visibility on the slopes, since there are hardly any clouds in the sky.

The powder snow that has already reached 2 meters in Arinsal has softened a little due to the mild temperatures. We recommend you to ski on the higher areas as the quality of the snow is optimal and the pistes are emptier.

The presence of children on the slopes has increased due to school holidays, so we advise you to ski wisely and control your speed. For this reason our piste of the week is the Children Free Park in Arcalis, a fun slope with jumps and rails where the youngest and the young at heart can initiate themselves in the freestyle world.

Check out our last photos here!

If you still don’t know how to get to Arinsal, book here your transfer from Toulouse or Barcelona airport.

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12
February
2017
Snow Report
Snow Report posted by Esther

Our Snow Report

Last week began with snowfall that left us 20cm more of fresh snow on the slopes of Vallnord. The slopes of Pal-Arinsal now boast 190cm of thickness and Arcalís reaches up to 210cm. However, the snowstorm came accompanied by occasional strong gusts of wind so the temperature has dropped sharply, wrap up warm!

Towards the end of the week, conditions changed drastically and the wind stopped to give us a beautiful bluebird day to enjoy the fresh snow, one of the best days of the year so far.

The strong wind also affected the snow leaving ice patches in some areas, however, when the wind stopped and the sun came out, the ice was softened becoming good quality powder on both piste and off-piste. The snow is now in great conditions to deal with the busy two weeks ahead of us.

Due to the great conditions, the Swatch Freeride Worldtour started on February 9th in Arcalís. We did not want to miss it and we watched how the best freeriders in the world flew among the steepest faces of the mountain, check out our photos here.

There is more snow coming at the end of this week so take advantage of this sunny break and head now to the slopes of Arinsal!

03
February
2017
Snow Report
Snow Report posted by Esther

Our Snow Report

Last week started great: The sun was back among some light clouds and we had so much fun enjoying the fresh snow that brought the end of January. From yesterday, the winds did increase slightly with some patches of low visibility.

The temperature has increased a few degrees, which has meant that any ice patches disappeared from the slopes, and the snow has gotten softer than the previous days. The south winds have brought also light snowfall in Arinsal since yesterday, and it looks like the clouds won’t move in a few days, so we will enjoy the fresh snow on the runs. The visibility has decreased recently, so take with you your low light lenses and pay attention to the feeling of your skis when the navigating the slopes..

This week, we also went skiing on the slopes of Arcalís and caught the Borrufa Trophy Junior Worldcup where young skiers competed on the Super G and Slalom try outs. If you want to see the pictures of the competition click here.

In Arcalis, we didn’t get bored of skiing our piste of the week: Els Freixans. A beginner freeride area, among the trees of Arcalis, is great fun for all children and adults with an advanced beginner level. The only way to access to this run is taking the short draglift with the same name, and the area ends in the famous O of Ordino-Arcalís.

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28
January
2017
Snow Report
Snow Report posted by Esther

Our Snow Report

The last few days in Arinsal have been marked by cloudy skies that have left us new centimetres of fresh snow that already accumulates to 160cm on the slopes. At some points you can see the rays of the sun in the distance, but the clouds predominate so we recommend you to head to the mountain with your low light goggles. The wind is no longer noticeable, even the highest chair lifts of Vallnord are working so it is possible to enjoy the whole resort with 100% of the lifts open.

As the snow is still falling the conditions of the slopes are fantastic with fresh powder snow that is not spoiled by the skiers' step, since the mountain remains fairly quiet.

Our piste of the week is La Capa, the steepest black slope in Vallnord. We had so much fun skiing it today as it is quiet challenging and now it is covered by loads of fresh snow. To get there you must take the impressive draglift that runs along the crest of the mountain and it is the only point you can enjoy a spectacular view of both Pal and Arinsal areas at the same time. La Capa is a great run but only recommendable for expert skiers.

If you are in Arinsal skiing this Sunday do not miss the Free Style competition organized by Smoking that will take place tomorrow in the free park of Arinsal, with music, jumps and a great atmosphere! Check out our photos of the riders training today here.

If you are coming to Arinsal but you don’t have your own equipment, don’t worry! You can hire everything you need at the best price here.

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22
January
2017
Snow Report
Snow Report posted by Esther

Our Snow Report

Last week from Sunday to Tuesday it didn’t stop snowing in Vallnord! The heavy snowstorm have left us with up to 170 cm of snow in Arcalís and 140 cm in Pal-Arinsal, and after a few of very cold and windy days, then last Wednesday the sun returned and the wind was gone. The entire Vallnord has been covered in white which has meant that 98% of the runs of Pal Arinsal are open and 80% of the slopes in Ordino-Arcalis, with perfect conditions and fresh powder snow for all.

The temperatures are still low and will remain the same throughout the week, so we recommend you to layer up if you go to the mountain and do not be fooled by the sun.

Undoubtedly, the best way to get to the village of Arinsal is skiing, so our piste of the week was Les Marrades. This blue run is suitable for all advance beginners, and it has been covered with snow leaving us incredible views to end a great day of skiing. The slope ends in Hotel Crest so practically you can ski to your room if you are staying in this hotel.

Check out our photos of the past few days here if you are wondering how the slopes are looking after the heavy snowstorm.

If you do not want to miss the meter of snow covering Arinsal, you can book your holidays here: https://booking.arinsal.co.uk/

 

13
January
2017
Snow Report
Snow Report posted by Esther

Our Snow Report

Last Tuesday snow arrived in Andorra and brought a fresh covering not only to the slopes, but also to the the village which was painted white. The weather has been eclectic this week from below zero temperatures and strong winds with low visibility to mild temperatures and a beautiful sunny day with loads of fresh snow yesterday.  At the end of the day the clouds were approaching the mountains and they are forecast to bring over a metre of fresh snow in the next few days. It’s been snowing since the break of dawn this morning.

The slopes have been covered with good quality powder snow, the snow depths have increased up to 80cm in Arcalís and 70cm in Pal-Arinsal thanks to the last snowfall. There are no icy patches to worry about on piste, however you might want to watch out for small bumps on the slopes that have not yet been groomed. Some off-piste areas are starting to look nice, so it’s time to begin waxing your freeride skis! We always recommend you take a guide if heading off piste.

Our piste of the week is La Balma in Arcalís; this easy red has had plenty of snow plus sun during the day, making for some very enjoyable descents. Check out our video of the day skiing in Arcalis here.

If you don’t have your Vallnord lift pass yet you can pre-book it here along with our special offers and 30% off your equipment hire.

06
January
2017
Snow Report
Snow Report posted by Esther

Our Snow Report

The most noticeable feature  of this week is undoubtedly the cold, we have suddenly gone from mild temperatures to real winter and several  degrees below zero. Fortunately, the sun has continued shining like the last few weeks, offering us beautiful days on the mountain. Occasionally we have experienced an increase in wind, especially in the highest areas where it has reached up to 45 km per hour.

The drastic weather change has also affected the snow, so that it’s no longer soft or heavy in the afternoon, as the cold maintains its texture during the day. The snow cannons keep working hard, so the thicknesses has not changed, but it is true that in the most exposed slopes where the wind is stronger some snow has dispersed and you can find a few ice patches amongst the powder.

The influx of New Year's Eve has now passed and the pistes are quieter than last week, especially in the Pal area, where we have enjoyed skiing our choice of slope of the week: Col de la Botella, with powder snow, few people and a wonderful view of the mountain.

Check out our albums with the last pictures of the resort here.

Today the Three Kings are coming to Andorra, however, they already pass by the slopes of Arcalís yesterday, where they brought presents for everybody.

Feliz Día de Reyes!

29
December
2016
Snow Report
Snow Report posted by Esther

Our Snow Report

Since the snowfall last week we have been enjoying bluebird skies with no clouds, great visibility and some lovely bright sunshine. The temperature has been a little milder than usual, hence in recent days it's not really been necessary to wear more than a single layer under your jacket when heading up the mountain. There has not been much wind around this week, so we took the opportunity to enjoy a hot air balloon flight over the mountains of Pal, check out our photo on Instagram.

With only three days remaining until New Year's Day we have noticed that the resort is getting livelier both on the slopes and in the bars for apres ski. Some of the sectors have now opened more lifts and slopes to accommodate the extra visitors, for example in Arcalis in recent days they have opened up 5 new pistes allowing us even more space to enjoy the mountain.

Overall, the slopes have good coverage with some icy patches during the morning. The mild temperatures are softening the snow throughout the day especially in the lower areas, so we recommend you either hit the slopes early or head up to the higher altitude slopes where the snow quality is better and the pistes are quieter, such as the blue run Port Vell towards the top of Arinsal, which is our piste of the week!

The forecast is currently showing temperatures dropping from the weekend onwards so looks like some colder weather is on the way...

Don't miss our latest photos from the last few days in Pal-Arinsal and Arcalís here.

We wish you a Happy New Year!

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22
December
2016
Snow Report
Snow Report posted by Esther

Our Snow Report

Christmas is just around the corner and we've already got our present - fresh snow!

We had a good snowfall earlier this week, resulting in optimal conditions on the slopes with a layer of fresh powder to enjoy. After snowing through the night on Tuesday the sun has now returned with a few scattered clouds hovering around.

The village looked beautiful covered in white, whilst up on the mountain the snow depths have increased to 70cm in Arcalís and 65cm in Pal Arinsal. A total of 45 slopes are currently open for all to enjoy.

In Arinsal the pistes have a lovely top layer of new powder snow, although at the end of the day the snow gets a little heavier and may challenge the weaker legs! In the highest areas of Arinsal it has been a little windy but that hasn't stopped us exploring even the steepest pistes.

Our favourite slope has been red run Tub Estadi in Arinsal, which has been filled with soft powder snow - perfect to cushion any falls.

Across in the Pal area some of the slopes have not been groomed yet, this makes them more fun to play around on, but also requires some caution as in places the piste is a little bumpy. If you're wondering how Pal-Arinsal is looking at the moment you can click here to see our latest photos direct from the slopes.

Off-piste is starting to look good after the recent snowfall, especially in Pal where you can find more coverage. You can also check out our Instagram here to see how Pal looked today.

Many people have come to Arinsal to spend their Christmas holidays on the slopes, so the ski resort is not as quiet as it has been recently.

Wherever you are we wish you a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year!

15
December
2016
Snow Report
Snow Report posted by Esther

Our Snow Report

Over the last few days, we have been skiing in Vallnord, where the sun continues shining. Temperatures have fallen a few degrees below zero, so the snow canons are working hard day and night to ensure there is no lack of snow during these sunny days. The slopes are empty with no queues at the chairlifts as we are still in low season.

On the pistes you will find powder snow that has just fallen from the canons. However, throughout the day when the sun rays do not reach the slopes the snow harden a bit. The visibility is great, but it is also important that you don’t forget your polarized lens as the light is very strong.

In Arcalís the thickness and quality of snow is slightly higher. The red slope The Portella del Mig was undoubtedly my piste of the day, because the texture and quantity of the snow was perfect despite being in the shade. Click here to see the latest pictures of Arcalís.

By the end of the day, a mass of clouds could be seen lurking on the horizon, and by the end of the week they should have provided us with a fresh dusting of snow. Chek our Instagram here to keep up to date on how Arinsal is looking!

Esther

08
December
2016
Snow Report
Snow Report posted by Esther

Our Snow Report

This week our team have been skiing over in Arcalís where the conditions have pleasantly surprised us.

We've had some very sunny days with mild temperatues of around 3 degrees, hence don't forget the suncream if you're heading out this week.

Although some pistes remain closed, the open slopes (around 60%) offer high quality powder snow with a decent depth. The ski area has been fairly quiet and at times we've had the slopes to ourselves! Our favourite piste at the moment is without doubt La Coma, with perfect snow and breathtaking views of the Arcalís peaks.

In the shaded areas of the ski area the snow is harder because of the lack of sunshine, for example on La Balma where we recommend that you use the edges of your skis to grip the snow well.

It's not recommended to head off-piste just yet, it is a little early in the season and we are still waiting on more snow depth before the off-piste can be enjoyed safely.

Check out our pictures of our day in Arcalís here.

Esther

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03
December
2016
Snow Report
Snow Report posted by Esther

Our Snow Report

Yesterday was opening day for Vallnord and we enjoyed a beautiful sunny day in the snow. It is the first week of the season here in Arinsal and despite we are already in December the temperatures are pleasant and mild, so you do not need to overcoat, leave some layers at home.

 

The slopes are practically empty, perfect for those impatient skiers that have approached Pal Arinsal. There are some icy patches on the sides of the pist but in the middle the snow is packed powder with thicknesses of up to 50 cm. At night, temperatures drop below zero so the cannons are working producing more and more snow until the next snowfall which is expected for the next week.

 

Check out our video from the Andorra Resorts team skiing the slopes of Pal Arinsal on Opening Day clicking the following link.

 

Esther

02
December
2016
Snow Report
Snow Report posted by Steve

Our Snow Report

It's opening day here in Arinsal with over half the slopes open as well as the cable car over to Pal so a great choice of runs. Our team have headed up to the slopes this morning so we'll update this report later.  Arcalis has also opened today and we can't wait to head over there in the next few days. 

14
November
2016
Snow Report
Snow Report posted by Steve

Our Snow Report

It's not long to go until the ski season starts again, with Arinsal scheduled to open on December 2nd, subject to weather conditions.  All three areas of Vallnord have already started turning white, and the temperature has remained very low for just over a week now so things are looking great.

If you're looking to organise your winter 2016-17 ski holiday to Arinsal then head over to our holidays page where you can plan and book a fully flexible trip, or just the things you need.

Our regular snow report will start again once the mountain opens in December.

11
April
2016
Snow Report
Snow Report posted by Steve

Our Snow Report

That's all folks!

Thank you for all your support during the season, we hope you've enjoyed your holidays and we'd love to see you visit Arinsal again next year.

We'll confirm the winter 2016-17 dates and prices as soon as they are finalised, usually around June/July, and then you'll be able to book online from August/September.

Please follow our Facebook page for updates during the summer.

09
April
2016
Snow Report
Snow Report posted by Admin

Our Snow Report

09 April 2016

It's the final weekend of the season here in Arinsal, indeed throughout Andorra, and we've been treated to between 10-20cm of fresh snow to finish with.  It was snowing heavily in the village last night but quite wet snow, so this morning it's only around 5cm in the village, but heading up the gondola the trees were thick with snow, and so much powder on the mountain.

The slopes are so quiet so perfect for those who have come to visit for the end of season, and when the sun peeks between the clouds it's showing promise to be a perfect powder day, although it does feel like we could get more snow later.

Don't forget to head to the Arinsal snow park tomorrow for the final day as there's a water slide party which promises to be an amazing experience!

07
April
2016
Snow Report
Snow Report posted by Admin

Our Snow Report

07 April 2016

After the fresh 20cm of snow on Tuesday, the slopes are in brilliant condition with lots of powder still to play around off the side of the pistes! The best skiing is to be had in the morning, as the sun can make the snow feel slightly sticky in the afternoons.

Today sees another sunny day in Arinsal with bluebird skies and we are planning to sit outside Igloo with their BBQ and a nice cold drink! With low winds and perfect visibility, it is set to be a great day up the mountain! The slopes are brilliantly empty too with it being the last week of the season.

There is more snow forecast for tonight and tomorrow before it clears up for the closing party this weekend.

05
April
2016
Snow Report
Snow Report posted by Admin

Our Snow Report

04 April 2016

We are now in to the last week of the season and the snow is holding out well with the majority of the runs still open! Today started off with fairly compacted snow but it is softening as the day goes on. With over 20cm of snow forecast for tomorrow, we are on track to be enjoying some April powder days!

The resort is realy quiet making the slopes brilliantly empty with no ski school groups in the afternoons.

The free bus to Arcalis is only running on Thursday and Saturday this week (8:30 and 10:30 as normal) so plan your trips in around that if you don't have a car in resort.

Sunday is the resort closing party with lots of fun activities planned, including a water pool being built in the snowpark if you fancy a challenge!

04
April
2016
Snow Report
Snow Report posted by Admin

Our Snow Report

04 April 2016

We are now in to the last week of the season and the snow is holding out well with the majority of the runs still open! Today started off with fairly compacted snow but it is softening as the day goes on. With over 20cm of snow forecast for tomorrow, we are on track to be enjoying some April powder days!

The resort is realy quiet making the slopes brilliantly empty with no ski school groups in the afternoons.

The free bus to Arcalis is only running on Thursday and Saturday this week (8:30 and 10:30 as normal) so plan your trips in around that if you don't have a car in resort.

Sunday is the resort closing party with lots of fun activities planned, including a water pool being built in the snowpark if you fancy a challenge!

03
April
2016
Snow Report
Snow Report posted by Admin

Our Snow Report

31 March 2016

It's been a great week for spring skiing in Arinsal with warm temperatures and the snow holding out nicely, softening towards the end of the day. Almost all of the runs are open (just black run La Comellada in Pal closed) so you have the whole resort to explore.

After moderate winds yesterday, they are less noticeable today but still make it worth putting on an extra layer.

Tempuratures are set to drop tonight with more snow forecast throughout the next few days which will set the slopes up perfectly for the last week of the season! 

It's not too late to save up to 30% on your ski extras next week by pre-booking via our online shop, just click hereto get started!

02
April
2016
Snow Report
Snow Report posted by Admin

Our Snow Report

31 March 2016

It's been a great week for spring skiing in Arinsal with warm temperatures and the snow holding out nicely, softening towards the end of the day. Almost all of the runs are open (just black run La Comellada in Pal closed) so you have the whole resort to explore.

After moderate winds yesterday, they are less noticeable today but still make it worth putting on an extra layer.

Tempuratures are set to drop tonight with more snow forecast throughout the next few days which will set the slopes up perfectly for the last week of the season! 

It's not too late to save up to 30% on your ski extras next week by pre-booking via our online shop, just click hereto get started!

01
April
2016
Snow Report
Snow Report posted by Admin

Our Snow Report

31 March 2016

It's been a great week for spring skiing in Arinsal with warm temperatures and the snow holding out nicely, softening towards the end of the day. Almost all of the runs are open (just black run La Comellada in Pal closed) so you have the whole resort to explore.

After moderate winds yesterday, they areless noticeable today but still make it worth putting on an extra layer.

Tempuratures are set to drop tonight with more snow forecast throughout the next few days which will set the slopes up perfectly for the last week of the seaon! 

It's not too late to save up to 30% on your ski extras next week by pre-booking via our online shop, just click hereto get started!

31
March
2016
Snow Report
Snow Report posted by Admin

Our Snow Report

31 March 2016

It's been a great week for spring skiing in Arinsal with warm temperatures and the snow holding out nicely, softening towards the end of the day. Almost all of the runs are open (just black run La Comellada in Pal closed) so you have the whole resort to explore.

After moderate winds yesterday, they areless noticeable today but still make it worth putting on an extra layer.

Tempuratures are set to drop tonight with more snow forecast throughout the next few days which will set the slopes up perfectly for the last week of the seaon! 

It's not too late to save up to 30% on your ski extras next week by pre-booking via our online shop, just click hereto get started!

30
March
2016
Snow Report
Snow Report posted by Admin

Our Snow Report

27 March 2016

Spring is here in Arinsal with mild temperatures up the mountain. The clouds are low at the moment which is affecting the visibility but these are set to clear throughout the day with sunny spells.

The snow is softening throughout the day, offering good skiing conditions that are great to learn on. With it being Easter Bank Holiday weekend, there are lots of people in resort but the slopes still feel quiet with plenty of space.

You can watch our latest video of the snow conditions in Arinsal yesterday here.

29
March
2016
Snow Report
Snow Report posted by Admin

Our Snow Report

27 March 2016

Spring is here in Arinsal with mild temperatures up the mountain. The clouds are low at the moment which is affecting the visibility but these are set to clear throughout the day with sunny spells.

The snow is softening throughout the day, offering good skiing conditions that are great to learn on. With it being Easter Bank Holiday weekend, there are lots of people in resort but the slopes still feel quiet with plenty of space.

You can watch our latest video of the snow conditions in Arinsal yesterday here.

28
March
2016
Snow Report
Snow Report posted by Admin

Our Snow Report

27 March 2016

Spring is here in Arinsal with mild temperatures up the mountain. The clouds are low at the moment which is affecting the visibility but these are set to clear throughout the day with sunny spells.

The snow is softening throughout the day, offering good skiing conditions that are great to learn on. With it being Easter Bank Holiday weekend, there are lots of people in resort but the slopes still feel quiet with plenty of space.

You can watch our latest video of the snow conditions in Arinsal yesterday here.

27
March
2016
Snow Report
Snow Report posted by Admin

Our Snow Report

27 March 2016

Spring is here in Arinsal with mild temperatures up the mountain. The clouds are low at the moment which is affecting the visibility but these are set to clear throughout the day with sunny spells.

The snow is softening throughout the day, offering good skiing conditions that are great to learn on. With it being Easter Bank Holiday weekend, there are lots of people in resort but the slopes still feel quiet with plenty of space.

You can watch our latest video of the snow conditions in Arinsal yesterday here.

26
March
2016
Snow Report
Snow Report posted by Admin

Our Snow Report

20 March 2016

It's been a great week in Arinsal with tonnes of fresh snow, including a fresh topping last night!  The clouds are low this morning making for poor visibility at times but the sun finds its moments to come through, there are snow showers forecast throughout the day so this may continue. This is making for great conditions on piste with a fresh layer on top.

This morning sees moderate winds which are set to drop this afternoon for a peaceful ski. The slopes are quiet today which is lovely for practicing your long turns and not worrying about others around you. Every run is open, including the drag lift and black run La Capa (which due to its exposed position opens just a few days a year!), it isn't too steep for a black run and is nice and wide with some lovely powder on the sides, we would definitely recommend checking it out if your ability allows.

Don't forget you can save up to 30% on your ski extras by pre-booking via our online shop, just click here to get started!

25
March
2016
Snow Report
Snow Report posted by Admin

Our Snow Report

20 March 2016

It's been a great week in Arinsal with tonnes of fresh snow, including a fresh topping last night!  The clouds are low this morning making for low visibility at times but the sun finds its moments to come through, there are snow showers forecast throughout the day so this may continue. This is making for great conditions on piste with a fresh layer on top.

This morning sees moderate winds which are set to drop this afternoon for a peaceful ski. The slopes are quiet today which is lovely for practicing your long turns and not worrying about others around you. Every run is open, including the drag lift and black run La Capa (which due to its exposed position opens just a few days a year!), it isn't too steep for a black run and is nice and wide with some lovely powder on the sides, we would definitely recommend checking it out if your ability allows.

Don't forget you can save up to 30% on your ski extras by pre-booking via our online shop, just click hereto get started!

24
March
2016
Snow Report
Snow Report posted by Admin

Our Snow Report

20 March 2016

It's been a great week in Arinsal with tonnes of fresh snow, including a fresh topping last night!  The clouds are low this morning making for low visibility at times but the sun finds its moments to come through, there are snow showers forecast throughout the day so this may continue. This is making for great conditions on piste with a fresh layer on top.

This morning sees moderate winds which are set to drop this afternoon for a peaceful ski. The slopes are quiet today which is lovely for practicing your long turns and not worrying about others around you. Every run is open, including the drag lift and black run La Capa (which due to its exposed position opens just a few days a year!), it isn't too steep for a black run and is nice and wide with some lovely powder on the sides, we would definitely recommend checking it out if your ability allows.

Don't forget you can save up to 30% on your ski extras by pre-booking via our online shop, just click here to get started!

23
March
2016
Snow Report
Snow Report posted by Admin

Our Snow Report

20 March 2016

It's been a great week in Arinsal with tonnes of fresh snow, including a fresh topping last night!  The clouds are low this morning making for low visibility at times but the sun finds its moments to come through, there are snow showers forecast throughout the day so this may continue. This is making for great conditions on piste with a fresh layer on top.

This morning sees moderate winds which are set to drop this afternoon for a peaceful ski. The slopes are quiet today which is lovely for practicing your long turns and not worrying about others around you. Every run is open, including the drag lift and black run La Capa (which due to its exposed position opens just a few days a year!), it isn't too steep for a black run and is nice and wide with some lovely powder on the sides, we would definitely recommend checking it out if your ability allows.

Don't forget you can save up to 30% on your ski extras by pre-booking via our online shop, just click here to get started!

22
March
2016
Snow Report
Snow Report posted by Admin

Our Snow Report

20 March 2016

It's been a great week in Arinsal with tonnes of fresh snow, including a fresh topping last night!  The clouds are low this morning making for low visibility at times but the sun finds its moments to come through, there are snow showers forecast throughout the day so this may continue. This is making for great conditions on piste with a fresh layer on top.

This morning sees moderate winds which are set to drop this afternoon for a peaceful ski. The slopes are quiet today which is lovely for practicing your long turns and not worrying about others around you. Every run is open, including the drag lift and black run La Capa (which due to its exposed position opens just a few days a year!), it isn't too steep for a black run and is nice and wide with some lovely powder on the sides, we would definitely recommend checking it out if your ability allows.

Don't forget you can save up to 30% on your ski extras by pre-booking via our online shop, just click here to get started!

21
March
2016
Snow Report
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Our Snow Report

20 March 2016

It's been a great week in Arinsal with tonnes of fresh snow, including a fresh topping last night!  The clouds are low this morning making for low visibility at times but the sun finds its moments to come through, there are snow showers forecast throughout the day so this may continue. This is making for great conditions on piste with a fresh layer on top.

This morning sees moderate winds which are set to drop this afternoon for a peaceful ski. The slopes are quiet today which is lovely for practicing your long turns and not worrying about others around you. Every run is open, including the drag lift and black run La Capa (which due to its exposed position opens just a few days a year!), it isn't too steep for a black run and is nice and wide with some lovely powder on the sides, we would definitely recommend checking it out if your ability allows.

Don't forget you can save up to 30% on your ski extras by pre-booking via our online shop, just click here to get started!

20
March
2016
Snow Report
Snow Report posted by Admin

Our Snow Report

20 March 2016

It's been a great week in Arinsal with tonnes of fresh snow, including a fresh topping last night!  The clouds are low this morning making for low visibility at times but the sun finds its moments to come through, there are snow showers forecast throughout the day so this may continue. This is making for great conditions on piste with a fresh layer on top.

This morning sees moderate winds which are set to drop this afternoon for a peaceful ski. The slopes are quiet today which is lovely for practicing your long turns and not worrying about others around you. Every run is open, including the drag lift and black run La Capa (which due to its exposed position opens just a few days a year!), it isn't too steep for a black run and is nice and wide with some lovely powder on the sides, we would definitely recommend checking it out if your ability allows.

Don't forget you can save up to 30% on your ski extras by pre-booking via our online shop, just click here to get started!

19
March
2016
Snow Report
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15 March 2016

The sun was shining first thing with some clouds now making there way in but visibility is still good.  All runs are open and well-pisted with a slightly compacted base layer but it does still have the recent snow fresh on top. 

The winds are low, making for a warm day in resort so not too many layers needed!

Currently, there is 50cm of fresh snow forecast for Wednesday and Thursday so this week is going to bring some serious powder days! For any of you driving to/from Toulouse later in the week, we would recommend keeping on checking the roads at http://www.mobilitat.ad/ca/

UPDATE: 17 March 2016

The forecasted snow arrived, just under half a metre in the last 48hours, so today has been a great powder day!! Plenty of people up on the slopes making the most of it, with good visibility making it easy to explore and enjoy. We took a few pics up on the slopes today, visit our Facebook page here to check them out!

Don't forget you can save up to 30% on your ski extras by pre-booking via our online shop, just click here to get started!

18
March
2016
Snow Report
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15 March 2016

The sun was shining first thing with some clouds now making there way in but visibility is still good.  All runs are open and well-pisted with a slightly compacted base layer but it does still have the recent snow fresh on top. 

The winds are low, making for a warm day in resort so not too many layers needed!

Currently, there is 50cm of fresh snow forecast for Wednesday and Thursday so this week is going to bring some serious powder days! For any of you driving to/from Toulouse later in the week, we would recommend keeping on checking the roads at http://www.mobilitat.ad/ca/

17
March
2016
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15 March 2016

The sun was shining first thing with some clouds now making there way in but visibility is still good.  All runs are open and well-pisted with a slightly compacted base layer but it does still have the recent snow fresh on top. 

The winds are low, making for a warm day in resort so not too many layers needed!

Currently, there is 50cm of fresh snow forecast for Wednesday and Thursday so this week is going to bring some serious powder days! For any of you driving to/from Toulouse later in the week, we would recommend keeping on checking the roads at http://www.mobilitat.ad/ca/

16
March
2016
Snow Report
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15 March 2016

The sun was shining first thing with some clouds now making there way in but visibility is still good.  All runs are open and well-pisted with a slightly compacted base layer but it does still have the recent snow fresh on top. 

The winds are low, making for a warm day in resort so not too many layers needed!

Currently, there is 50cm of fresh snow forecast for Wednesday and Thursday so this week is going to bring some serious powder days! For any of you driving to/from Toulouse later in the week, we would recommend keeping on checking the roads at http://www.mobilitat.ad/ca/

15
March
2016
Snow Report
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15 March 2016

The sun was shining first thing with some clouds now making there way in but visibility is still good.  All runs are open and well-pisted with a slightly compacted base layer but it does still have the recent snow fresh on top. 

The winds are low, making for a warm day in resort so not too many layers needed!

Currently, there is 50cm of fresh snow forecast for Wednesday and Thursday so this week is going to bring some serious powder days! For any of you driving to/from Toulouse later in the week, we would recommend keeping on checking the roads at http://www.mobilitat.ad/ca/

 

14
March
2016
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14 March 2016

After a beautiful bluebird day yesterday, the snow started again around 8pm leaving us with a fresh couple of centimetres to enjoy today and the sun has come out again too!  There is more snow due this week, with Wednesday is set to be the heaviest snow day.

All of the runs are well groomed with the fresh snow helping you to leave fresh tracks and improve your turns. 

All of this snow is setting us up for a fantastic end of season, so it is the perfect time to book a last minute holiday here!

13
March
2016
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10 March 2016

Wow the snow was heavy yesterday! We are happy that the forecast was correct with heavy snow all afternoon and moderate snow carrying on in to the nght, meaning there is lots of fresh powder up the mountain.

Now there is not a cloud to be seen with the sun shining bright so it is officially a bluebird powder day! Head up the mountain early so you can be the one to leave the first lines down the mountain.

There are moderate winds so we would recommend a few layers but nothing too bad.

With all of this snow, it's the perfect time to book a last minute ski getaway. 

Don't forget you can pre-book your discounted ski extras on our online shop by clicking here.

See the conditions for yourself with our video of the snow conditions in Arcalis here.

12
March
2016
Snow Report
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10 March 2016

Wow the snow was heavy yesterday! We are happy that the forecast was correct with heavy snow all afternoon and moderate snow carrying on in to the night, meaning there is lots of fresh powder up the mountain.

Today there is not a cloud to be seen, with the sun shining bright so it is officially a bluebird powder day! Head up the mountain early so you can be the one to leave the first lines down the mountain.

There are moderate winds so we would recommend a few layers but nothing too strong.

With all of this snow, it's the perfect time to join us for a last minute ski getaway. 

Don't forget you can pre-book your discounted ski extras on our online shop by clicking here.

See the conditions for yourself with our video of the snow conditions in Arcalis here.

11
March
2016
Snow Report
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10 March 2016

Wow the snow was heavy yesterday! We are happy that the forecast was correct with heavy snow all afternoon and moderate snow carrying on in to the nght, meaning there is lots of fresh powder up the mountain.

Now there is not a cloud to be seen with the sun shining bright so it is officially a bluebird powder day! Head up the mountain early so you can be the one to leave the first lines down the mountain.

There are moderate winds so we would recommend a few layers but nothing too bad.

With all of this snow, it's the perfect time to book a last minute ski getaway. 

Don't forget you can pre-book your discounted ski extras on our online shop by clicking here.

See the conditions for yourself with our video of the snow conditions in Arcalis here.

10
March
2016
Snow Report
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10 March 2016

Wow the snow was heavy yesterday! We are happy that the forecast was correct with heavy snow all afternoon and moderate snow carrying on in to the nght, meaning there is lots of fresh powder up the mountain.

Now there is not a cloud to be seen with the sun shining bright so it is officially a bluebird powder day! Head up the mountain early so you can be the one to leave the first lines down the mountain.

There are moderate winds so we would recommend a few layers but nothing too bad.

 

With all of this snow, it's the perfect time to book a last minute ski getaway. 

Don't forget you can pre-book your discounted ski extras on our online shop by clicking here.

 

 

09
March
2016
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06 March 2016

It's barely stopped snowing the last 2 days, making for lots of fresh powder up the mountain! The best snow is to be found at the top of the mountain, with Bony Vaques (black run) our favourite in great condition. There are moderate winds in resort which has blown the snow around making for lots of powder pockets, but do watch out for some compacted snow from the base layer. The visibility is variable, as the sun makes it's way out for sunny spells.

The roads have all been cleared so there is easy access between the resorts, and with every run in Pal and Arinsal open, it's a great time to explore.

There is lots more snow forecast for the week, with the heaviest set to come on Wednesday night before a clear Thursday!

With all of this snow, it's the perfect time to book a last minute ski getaway. 

Don't forget you can pre-book your discounted ski extras on our online shop by clicking here.

08
March
2016
Snow Report
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06 March 2016

It's barely stopped snowing the last 2 days, making for lots of fresh powder up the mountain! The best snow is to be found at the top of the mountain, with Bony Vaques (black run) our favourite in great condition. There are moderate winds in resort which has blown the snow around making for lots of powder pockets, but do watch out for some compacted snow from the base layer. The visibility is variable, as the sun makes it's way out for sunny spells.

The roads have all been cleared so there is easy access between the resorts, and with every run in Pal and Arinsal open, it's a great time to explore.

There is lots more snow forecast for the week, with the heaviest set to come on Wednesday night before a clear Thursday!

With all of this snow, it's the perfect time to book a last minute ski getaway. 

Don't forget you can pre-book your discounted ski extras on our online shop by clicking here.

07
March
2016
Snow Report
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Our Snow Report

06 March 2016

It's barely stopped snowing the last 2 days, making for lots of fresh powder up the mountain! The best snow is to be found at the top of the mountain, with Bony Vaques (black run) our favourite in great condition. There are moderate winds in resort which has blown the snow around making for lots of powder pockets, but do watch out for some compacted snow from the base layer. The visibility is variable, as the sun makes it's way out for sunny spells.

The roads have all been cleared so there is easy access between the resorts, and with every run in Pal and Arinsal open, it's a great time to explore.

There is lots more snow forecast for the week, with the heaviest set to come on Wednesday night before a clear Thursday!

With all of this snow, it's the perfect time to book a last minute ski getaway. 

Don't forget you can pre-book your discounted ski extras on our online shop by clicking here.

06
March
2016
Snow Report
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06 March 2016

It's barely stopped snowing the last 2 days, making for lots of fresh powder up the mountain! The best snow is to be found at the top of the mountain, with Bony Vaques (black run) our favourite in great condition. There are moderate winds in resort which has blown the snow around making for lots of powder pockets, but do watch out for some compacted snow from the base layer. The visibility is variable, as the sun makes it's way out for sunny spells.

The roads have all been cleared so there is easy access between the resorts, and with every run in Pal and Arinsal open, it's a great time to explore.

There is lots more snow forecast for the week, with the heaviest set to come on Wednesday night before a clear Thursday!

With all of this snow, it's the perfect time to book a last minute ski getaway. 

Don't forget you can pre-book your discounted ski extras on our online shop by clicking here.

 

05
March
2016
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03 March 2016

It's been snowing all night in Arinsal and it is still coming down.  It hasn't settled too much in the village so the roads and pavements are clear, but there is some fresh snow up the mountain with the best conditions on the Les Fonts blue run!

High winds have led to much of Arcalis being shut, so we would recommend staying in the Pal-Arinsal area where the majority of the resort is open.  The gondola linking the two resorts is currently shut due to the wind, but you can get the free bus or the local bus L5 (€1.80 each way) from Arinsal to La Massana to get the gondola up to Pal.  It is just a 10 minute bus journey away and worth a trip if you haven't made it across so far this week!

04
March
2016
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03 March 2016

It's been snowing all night in Arinsal and it is still coming down.  It hasn't settled too much in the village so the roads and pavements are clear, but there is some fresh snow up the mountain with the best conditions on the Les Fonts blue run!

High winds have led to much of Arcalis being shut, so we would recommend staying in the Pal-Arinsal area where the majority of the resort is open.  The gondola linking the two resorts is currently shut due to the wind, but you can get the free bus or the local bus L5 (€1.80 each way) from Arinsal to La Massana to get the gondola up to Pal.  It is just a 10 minute bus journey away and worth a trip if you haven't made it across so far this week!

03
March
2016
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03 March 2016

It's been snowing all night in Arinsal and it is still coming down.  It hasn't settled too much in the village so the roads and pavements are clear, but there is some fresh snow up the mountain with the best conditions on the Les Fonts blue run!

High winds have led to much of Arcalis being shut, so we would recommend staying in the Pal-Arinsal area where the majority of the resort is open.  The gondola linking the two resorts is currently shut due to the wind, but you can get the free bus or the local bus L5 (€1.80 each way) from Arinsal to La Massana to get the gondola up to Pal.  It is just a 10 minute bus journey away and worth a trip if you haven't made it across so far this week!

02
March
2016
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28 February 2016

It's been a brilliantly snowy weekend in Arinsal with 20cm+ fresh powder up the mountain.  All of the runs in Pal-Arinsal are open so we enjoyed exploring today.  The best snow can be found at the top of the mountain, with black run Tub de Coll unpisted allowing you to ski serious powder!  You can also find some easier powder skiing when you cut off the side of La Solana (blue run). All of the other runs were beautiflly pisted this morning, with some lumps appearing from 2/3pm, so it's definitely worth going up the mountain early.

Visibility has been fluctuating, but this morning saw sunny spells with the sun fighting its way out this afternoon to bring some great skiing and warmer temperatures with the winds lowering too.

With Sunday being transfer day for many, the slopes were quiet with loads of space to enjoy.

01
March
2016
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28 February 2016

It's been a brilliantly snowy weekend in Arinsal with 20cm+ fresh powder up the mountain.  All of the runs in Pal-Arinsal are open so we enjoyed exploring today.  The best snow can be found at the top of the mountain, with black run Tub de Coll unpisted allowing you to ski serious powder!  You can also find some easier powder skiing when you cut off the side of La Solana (blue run). All of the other runs were beautiflly pisted this morning, with some lumps appearing from 2/3pm, so it's definitely worth going up the mountain early.

Visibility has been fluctuating, but this morning saw sunny spells with the sun fighting its way out this afternoon to bring some great skiing and warmer temperatures with the winds lowering too.

With Sunday being transfer day for many, the slopes were quiet with loads of space to enjoy.

29
February
2016
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28 February 2016

It's been a brilliantly snowy weekend in Arinsal with 20cm+ fresh powder up the mountain.  All of the runs in Pal-Arinsal are open so we enjoyed exploring today.  The best snow can be found at the top of the mountain, with black run Tub de Coll unpisted allowing you to ski serious powder!  You can also find some easier powder skiing when you cut off the side of La Solana (blue run). All of the other runs were beautiflly pisted this morning, with some lumps appearing from 2/3pm, so it's definitely worth going up the mountain early.

Visibility has been fluctuating, but this morning saw sunny spells with the sun fighting its way out this afternoon to bring some great skiing and warmer temperatures with the winds lowering too.

With Sunday being transfer day for many, the slopes were quiet with loads of space to enjoy.

28
February
2016
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28 February 2016

It's been a brilliantly snowy weekend in Arinsal with 20cm+ fresh powder up the mountain.  All of the runs in Pal-Arinsal are open so we enjoyed exploring today.  The best snow can be found at the top of the mountain, with black run Tub de Coll unpisted allowing you to ski serious powder!  You can also find some easier powder skiing when you cut off the side of La Solana (blue run). All of the other runs were beautiflly pisted this morning, with some lumps appearing from 2/3pm, so it's definitely worth going up the mountain early.

Visibility has been fluctuating, but this morning saw sunny spells with the sun fighting its way out this afternoon to bring some great skiing and warmer temperatures with the winds lowering too.

With Sunday being transfer day for many, the slopes were quiet with loads of space to enjoy.

 

27
February
2016
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23 February 2016

After yesterday's stormy weather, the sun is back out again with the bright blue skies we love to see in Arinsal.  The sun is strong so make sure to put suncream on.  We are enjoying relaxing at The Derby Deli in the sun with their brilliant live music playing.

There are medium winds in resort but all of the links are open so you can ski across to Pal and enjoy the perfect visibility. 

The runs are all well pisted, with somewhat compacted snow when freshly pisted first thing in the morning but it softens nicely throughout the day.

For those of you who are in to your freestyle, there are new even bigger jumps built in the snow park to try.  Although, some of us will stick to baby park/watching the big jumps from the Igloo terrace.

There is snow forecast for Wednesday night, before a big dump at the weekend... we can't wait!

26
February
2016
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23 February 2016

After yesterday's stormy weather, the sun is back out again with the bright blue skies we love to see in Arinsal.  The sun is strong so make sure to put suncream on.  We are enjoying relaxing at The Derby Deli in the sun with their brilliant live music playing.

There are medium winds in resort but all of the links are open so you can ski across to Pal and enjoy the perfect visibility. 

The runs are all well pisted, with somewhat compacted snow when freshly pisted first thing in the morning but it softens nicely throughout the day.

For those of you who are in to your freestyle, there are new even bigger jumps built in the snow park to try.  Although, some of us will stick to baby park/watching the big jumps from the Igloo terrace.

There is snow forecast for Wednesday night, before a big dump at the weekend... we can't wait!

25
February
2016
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23 February 2016

After yesterday's stormy weather, the sun is back out again with the bright blue skies we love to see in Arinsal.  The sun is strong so make sure to put suncream on.  We are enjoying relaxing at The Derby Deli in the sun with their brilliant live music playing.

There are medium winds in resort but all of the links are open so you can ski across to Pal and enjoy the perfect visibility. 

The runs are all well pisted, with somewhat compacted snow when freshly pisted first thing in the morning but it softens nicely throughout the day.

For those of you who are in to your freestyle, there are new even bigger jumps built in the snow park to try.  Although, some of us will stick to baby park/watching the big jumps from the Igloo terrace.

There is snow forecast for Wednesday night, before a big dump at the weekend... we can't wait!

24
February
2016
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23 February 2016

After yesterday's stormy weather, the sun is back out again with the bright blue skies we love to see in Arinsal.  The sun is strong so make sure to put suncream on.  We are enjoying relaxing at The Derby Deli in the sun with their brilliant live music playing.

There are medium winds in resort but all of the links are open so you can ski across to Pal and enjoy the perfect visibility. 

The runs are all well pisted, with somewhat compacted snow when freshly pisted first thing in the morning but it softens nicely throughout the day.

For those of you who are in to your freestyle, there are new even bigger jumps built in the snow park to try.  Although, some of us will stick to baby park/watching the big jumps from the Igloo terrace.

There is snow forecast for Wednesday night, before a big dump at the weekend... we can't wait!

23
February
2016
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23 February 2016

After yesterday's stormy weather, the sun is back out again with the bright blue skies we love to see in Arinsal.  The sun is strong so make sure to put suncream on.  We are enjoying relaxing at The Derby Deli in the sun with their brilliant live music playing.

There are medium winds in resort but all of the links are open so you can ski across to Pal and enjoy the perfect visibility. 

The runs are all well pisted, with somewhat compacted snow when freshly pisted first thing in the morning but it softens nicely throughout the day.

For those of you who are in to your freestyle, there are new even bigger jumps built in the snow park to try.  Although, some of us will stick to baby park/watching the big jumps from the Igloo terrace.

There is snow forecast for Wednesday night, before a big dump at the weekend... we can't wait!

 

22
February
2016
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21 February 2016

It's another beautiful bluebird day in Arinsal with the temperatures hitting a high of 10 degrees today.  We'd recommend hitting the slopes early, then relaxing in the sun with a cold beer this afternoon!

The La Capa run (the black run down from the very top) has now been pisted and you can cut across on to it from the top of the La Pala red run and the snow on it is fantastic!

The temperatures are set to drop again from Tuesday with more snow forecast for the end of the week.

21
February
2016
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21 February 2016

It's another beautiful bluebird day in Arinsal with the temperatures hitting a high of 10 degrees today.  We'd recommend hitting the slopes early, then relaxing in the sun with a cold beer this afternoon!

The La Capa run (the black run down from the very top) has now been pisted and you can cut across on to it from the top of the La Pala red run and the snow on it is fantastic!

The temperatures are set to drop again from Tuesday with more snow forecast for the end of the week.

20
February
2016
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19 February 2016

Don't let the bright blue skies fool you today, it is freezing up the mountain so wrap up warm!

It is a beautiful day with low winds and great visibility and yesterdays snow showers made for even better snow conditions from Obelix and above. The snow is generally powdery, although it has compacted in a couple of places.

Any intermediates, head straight to the top where you will almost have the slopes to yourselves despite it being a busy week in resort.

19
February
2016
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19 February 2016

Don't let the bright blue skies fool you today, it is freezing up the mountain so wrap up warm!

It is a beautiful day with low winds and great visibility and yesterdays snow showers made for even better snow conditions from Obelix and above. The snow is generally powdery, although it has compacted in a couple of places.

Any intermediates, head straight to the top where you will almost have the slopes to yourselves despite it being a busy week in resort.

 

18
February
2016
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17 February 2016

The sun is shining again in Arinsal and the sky couldn't be bluer! Although it is warm in the sun, there is still a cold chill in the air.

All of the runs have great coverage but can be busy (for Arinsal) so we would recommend heading to the top where it is quietest.

The link to Pal is now open, with the lack of wind a lovely change from the start of the week!  This and the perfect visibility make it a great day to explore the mountain.

17
February
2016
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17 February 2016

The sun is shining again in Arinsal and the sky couldn't be bluer! Although it is warm in the sun, there is still a cold chill in the air.

All of the runs have great coverage but can be busy (for Arinsal) so we would recommend heading to the top where it is quietest.

The link to Pal is now open, with the lack of wind a lovely change from the start of the week!  This and the perfect visibility make it a great day to explore the mountain.

16
February
2016
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16 February 2016

Yesterday was a snowy day in Arinsal leaving loads of fresh powder to play in today!  The weather is still really cold today so make sure you wrap up warm, we have the balaclavas out.  The majority of the mountain is open thanks to the high winds dropping this afternoon.

The sun has come out making for great visibility and great views.

 

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13 February 2016

The difference a gondola ride makes is amazing - there's no snow in the village, but as you ride up you're transferred to a winter wonderland!  Today has been beautiful sunshine following the snow of the past couple of days so we were looking forward to finding the powder.

Heading up Les Fonts chairlift the resort looks beautiful all covered in white, and despite the sunshine it was a cold wind blowing today so I wish I'd brought my Buff.  Looking up to the left as I reached the top the powder tracks looked so inviting - only one thing for it - take the El Coll drag to the top (today is not a day for the chair).  The drag is much quicker, plus as you're on the ground you don;t feel the wind as much.

First run was down La Pala, a decent red, steep enough for a challenge but wide enough to get up some speed, and the snow was superb - expertly prepared - fresh snow, groomed well so you can carve nice wide turns and pick up some speed, then heading back to base down Port Vell and La Tossa.

Back to the top and time for a challenge, choosing Tub de Coll which is a black gully, but today it was filled with fresh powder, time for tight turns and some burning quads by time I reached the bottom.

Lower down the mountain the snow is quite soft with the sunshine so for those of you who have skied before it's worth heading higher up the mountain to enjoy the great snow we have up there.  If the forecast is correct we should see the temperature drop tonight with more snow on the forecast from tomorrow onwards.

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13 February 2016

The difference a gondola ride makes is amazing - there's no snow in the village, but as you ride up you're transferred to a winter wonderland!  Today has been beautiful sunshine following the snow of the past couple of days so we were looking forward to finding the powder.

Heading up Les Fonts chairlift the resort looks beautiful all covered in white, and despite the sunshine it was a cold wind blowing today so I wish I'd brought my Buff.  Looking up to the left as I reached the top the powder tracks looked so inviting - only one thing for it - take the El Coll drag to the top (today is not a day for the chair).  The drag is much quicker, plus as you're on the ground you don;t feel the wind as much.

First run was down La Pala, a decent red, steep enough for a challenge but wide enough to get up some speed, and the snow was superb - expertly prepared - fresh snow, groomed well so you can carve nice wide turns and pick up some speed, then heading back to base down Port Vell and La Tossa.

Back to the top and time for a challenge, choosing Tub de Coll which is a black gully, but today it was filled with fresh powder, time for tight turns and some burning quads by time I reached the bottom.

Lower down the mountain the snow is quite soft with the sunshine so for those of you who have skied before it's worth heading higher up the mountain to enjoy the great snow we have up there.  If the forecast is correct we should see the temperature drop tonight with more snow on the forecast from tomorrow onwards.

 

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13 February 2016

The difference a gondola ride makes is amazing - there's no snow in the village, but as you ride up you're transferred to a winter wonderland!  Today has been beautiful sunshine following the snow of the past couple of days so we were looking forward to finding the powder.

Heading up Les Fonts chairlift the resort looks beautiful all covered in white, and despite the sunshine it was a cold wind blowing today so I wish I'd brought my Buff.  Looking up to the left as I reached the top the powder tracks looked so inviting - only one thing for it - take the El Coll drag to the top (today is not a day for the chair).  The drag is much quicker, plus as you're on the ground you don;t feel the wind as much.

First run was down La Pala, a decent red, steep enough for a challenge but wide enough to get up some speed, and the snow was superb - expertly prepared - fresh snow, groomed well so you can carve nice wide turns and pick up some speed, then heading back to base down Port Vell and La Tossa.

Back to the top and time for a challenge, choosing Tub de Coll which is a black gully, but today it was filled with fresh powder, time for tight turns and some burning quads by time I reached the bottom.

Lower down the mountain the snow is quite soft with the sunshine so for those of you who have skied before it's worth heading higher up the mountain to enjoy the great snow we have up there.  If the forecast is correct we should see the temperature drop tonight with more snow on the forecast from tomorrow onwards.

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11 February 2016

The snow is incredible at the moment thanks to all of the fresh snow this week. The clouds keep coming in and out which does affect the visibility but you can still see a couple of poles ahead and it gets clearer in between.  The best skiing is in the morning when the pistes have been freshly groomed as the slopes can get slightly lumpy from about 1pm, but the snow is so soft from the powder that you don't mind the bumps too much! 

The temperatures have dropped so make sure you wrap up and it's set to get colder through the week!

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11 February 2016

The snow is incredible at the moment thanks to all of the fresh snow this week. The clouds keep coming in and out which does affect the visibility but you can still see a couple of poles ahead and it gets clearer in between.  The best skiing is in the morning when the pistes have been freshly groomed as the slopes can get slightly lumpy from about 1pm, but the snow is so soft from the powder that you don't mind the bumps too much! 

The temperatures have dropped so make sure you wrap up and it's set to get colder through the week!

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10 February 2016

Heavy snow yesterday evening and through the night has left us with a powder day to enjoy!  It builds on the snow earlier in the week, and with more on the forecast for the coming days we're set up nicely for half term.

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09 February 2016

The snow is best early on, with the freshly groomed pistes in great condition from Sunday's fresh snow with powder pockets on piste.  Later in the day, head straight to the top for longer lasting groomed pistes.  It's a busy week for ski school in the mornings, so we'd recommend avoiding Cortals first thing.

It's a beautiful start to the day here, but it looks like the clouds are coming in and we hope they are bringing the forecasted snow!

 

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07 February 2016

It's been a snowy night in Arinsal with loads of snow still coming down this morning! High winds first thing this morning meant a late opening for some of the lifts but the majority are now open for you to enjoy the fresh powder! Make sure you check out our Facebook page for all of the latest pictures.

The roads are all clear so if you have a car it could be worth a drive to Arcalis who have seen even more snow overnight.

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07 February 2016

It's been a snowy night in Arinsal with loads of snow still coming down this morning! High winds first thing this morning meant a late opening for some of the lifts but the majority are now open for you to enjoy the fresh powder! Make sure you check out our Facebook page for all of the latest pictures.

The roads are all clear so if you have a car it could be worth a drive to Arcalis who have seen even more snow overnight.

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04 February 2016

Yesterday brought us the forecasted snow showers, adding some nice powder pockets up the mountain.  The temperatures have seriously dropped today which makes great conditions for the snow cannons to blast out, they have been on all night up the top and are now switched on topping up the snow down the lower red runs too. 

Today is definitely a day for lots of layers as it is cold up there!  The winds are fairly strong today but the link between Pal and Arinsal remains open so you can still explore the full area, maybe stopping for a coffee with baileys somewhere along the way!

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04 February 2016

Yesterday brought us the forecasted snow showers, adding some nice powder pockets up the mountain.  The temperatures have seriously dropped today which makes great conditions for the snow cannons to blast out, they have been on all night up the top and are now switched on topping up the snow down the lower red runs too. 

Today is definitely a day for lots of layers as it is cold up there!  The winds are fairly strong today but the link between Pal and Arinsal remains open so you can still explore the full area, maybe stopping for a coffee with baileys somewhere along the way!

 

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01 February 2016

It's a beautiful bluebird day here in Arinsal! We're relaxing with the sunglasses and a cold drink ready for a ski. The visibility is perfect so we'd definitely recommend a trip to the top to appreciate the views over to Pal, with all bar one slopes open in Pal-Arinsal today there is plenty of terrain availble to explore under the sunny skies.

There are snow showers forecast for Wednesday with temperatures set to drop later this week, hopefully this means the snow cannons can also get to work topping up the existing base.

02
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01 February 2016

It's a beautiful bluebird day here in Arinsal! We're relaxing with the sunglasses and a cold drink ready for a ski. The visibility is perfect so we'd definitely recommend a trip to the top to appreciate the views over to Pal, with all bar one slopes open in Pal-Arinsal today there is plenty of terrain availble to explore under the sunny skies.

There are snow showers forecast for Wednesday with temperatures set to drop later this week, hopefully this means the snow cannons can also get to work topping up the existing base.

01
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01 February 2016

It's a beautiful bluebird day here in Arinsal! We're relaxing with the sunglasses and a cold drink ready for a ski. The visibility is perfect so we'd definitely recommend a trip to the top to appreciate the views over to Pal, with all bar one slopes open in Pal-Arinsal today there is plenty of terrain availble to explore under the sunny skies.

There are snow showers forecast for Wednesday with temperatures set to drop later this week, hopefully this means the snow cannons can also get to work topping up the existing base.

 

01
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01 February 2016

It's a beautiful bluebird day here in Arinsal! We're relaxing with the sunglasses and a cold drink ready for a ski. The visibility is perfect so we'd definitely recommend a trip to the top to appreciate the views over to Pal, with all bar one slopes open in Pal-Arinsal today there is plenty of terrain availble to explore under the sunny skies.

There are snow showers forecast for Wednesday with temperatures set to drop later this week, hopefully this means the snow cannons can also get to work topping up the existing base.

 

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29 January 2016

The best time to start skiing at the moment is about 10:00 / 10:30 which we're using as a perfect excuse for a bit of a lie in! First thing in the morning the snow is slightly hard packed, but by mid moring it just starts to soften and makes for some nice easy skiing.

It's that time of the week when many guests start to head to Arcalis, it is still worth heading over early to miss the crowds and enjoy the empty runs, if you can make it over during the quiet mid-week then even better!

30
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29 January 2016

The best time to start skiing at the moment is about 10:00 / 10:30 which we're using as a perfect excuse for a bit of a lie in! First thing in the morning the snow is slightly hard packed, but by mid moring it just starts to soften and makes for some nice easy skiing.

It's that time of the week when many guests start to head to Arcalis, it is still worth heading over early to miss the crowds and enjoy the empty runs, if you can make it over during the quiet mid-week then even better!

29
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29 January 2016

The best time to start skiing at the moment is about 10:00 / 10:30 which we're using as a perfect excuse for a bit of a lie in! First thing in the morning the snow is slightly hard packed, but by mid moring it just starts to soften and makes for some nice easy skiing.

It's that time of the week when many guests start to head to Arcalis, it is still worth heading over early to miss the crowds and enjoy the empty runs, if you can make it over during the quiet mid-week then even better!

28
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26 January 2016

More bright blue skies in Arinsal today!  Not too many layers needed but make sure to wear your sun cream.

First thing in the morning, the snow is slightly hard-packed but the sun softens the snow from about half 10 with Les Fonts the first run it hits.

The snow is holding out with more forcast for Thursday/Friday so it's set to be a great week.

27
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26 January 2016

More bright blue skies in Arinsal today!  Not too many layers needed but make sure to wear your sun cream.

First thing in the morning, the snow is slightly hard-packed but the sun softens the snow from about half 10 with Les Fonts the first run it hits.

The snow is holding out with more forcast for Thursday/Friday so it's set to be a great week.

26
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26 January 2016

More bright blue skies in Arinsal today!  Not too many layers needed but make sure to wear your sun cream.

First thing in the morning, the snow is slightly hard-packed but the sun softens the snow from about half 10 with Les Fonts the first run it hits.

The snow is holding out with more forcast for Thursday/Friday so it's set to be a great week.

24
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24 January 2016

It's another glorious day in Arinsal with bluebird skies making for great visibility all across the mountain! Early in the morning the snow is slightly hard packed but it softens from about 10am making some nice and easy skiing conditions. 

For any of you keen on your freestyle skiing, the snowpark is now fully open with the three big kickers up and running! Even if you don't want to jump yourself, we're enjoying sitting outside Igloo watching everyone who does have the skill!

23
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22 January 2016

It's another beautiful day here in Arinsal with bright blue skies and the snow is still feeling fresh to ski on. 

Over in Arcalis, the conditions couldn't be better for the Swatch Freeride World Tour today with incredible deep powder off piste.  We will be watching the skill shown with envy!

22
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22 January 2016

It's another beautiful day here in Arinsal with bright blue skies and the snow is still feeling fresh to ski on. 

Over in Arcalis, the conditions couldn't be better for the Swatch Freeride World Tour today with incredible deep powder off piste.  We will be watching the skill shown with envy!

21
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19 January 2016

We've woken up to a fresh dump of powder in Arinsal and wow it's a beautiful day! Snow is still lightly coming down in the village so be careful on the roads as they've been cleared but it's still slightly skiddy.  We couldn't be more excited for the Swatch Freeride World Tour in Arcalis on Saturday, the snow is definitely ready for it!

All the runs are still open in Pal-Arinsal so there's plenty of the mountain to explore and it's definitely a day for powder skis... we're eyeing up some right now!

20
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19 January 2016

We've woken up to a fresh dump of powder in Arinsal and wow it's a beautiful day! Snow is still lightly coming down in the village so be careful on the roads as they've been cleared but it's still slightly skiddy.  We couldn't be more excited for the Swatch Freeride World Tour in Arcalis on Saturday, the snow is definitely ready for it!

All the runs are still open in Pal-Arinsal so there's plenty of the mountain to explore and it's definitely a day for powder skis... we're eyeing up some right now!

19
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19 January 2016

We've woken up to a fresh dump of powder in Arinsal and wow it's a beautiful day! Snow is still lightly coming down in the village so be careful on the roads as they've been cleared but it's still slightly skiddy.  We couldn't be more excited for the Swatch Freeride World Tour in Arcalis on Saturday, the snow is definitely ready for it!

All the runs are still open in Pal-Arinsal so there's plenty of the mountain to explore and it's definitely a day for powder skis... we're eyeing up some right now!

18
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17 January 2016

It's a bluebird day in Arinsal today! All the roads have now been cleared and we are expecting beautiful conditions up the mountain after yesterday's dump.

17
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17 January 2016

It's a bluebird day in Arinsal today! All the roads have now been cleared and we are expecting beautiful conditions up the mountain after yesterday's dump.

 

 

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16 January 2016

POWDER DAY!! It has absolutely dumped overnight! There is 20cm of fresh snow on the mountain and it is still coming down. Every run and lift is open in Pal-Arinsal today so lots of skiing to be done. 

Be careful driving today as there is a lot of snow on the roads but the resort are working hard to clear it.

 

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15 January 2016

It's still snowing in Arinsal and it's set to continue to Monday so it is going to be beautiful conditions for all of you arriving next week!  Only one slope is closed in the whole Pal-Arinsal area (Black Run La Comellada) so it's definitely time to get exploring the whole mountain.

There is 14cm of snow forecast tonight, so tomorrow morning is definitely one to get up early and ski!  If you're driving tomorrow/late tonight, make sure you have the snow chains at the ready.

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13 January 2016

There is nothing better than waking up to see more fresh snow!  With the temperatures below zero, the snow cannons are blasting and constantly improving the conditions with almost every run open across Arinsal-Pal.

The runs are now in beautiful condition, with a lovely fresh powder coating, if you're ability allows we would recommend heading right to the top of Arinsal so you can enjoy the full length of runs all the way down.

We are heading to Arcalis today to see how the conditions compare over there so check back later for a further update.

Update: The conditions in Arcalis were perfect with some lovely powder snow to be found just off the side of the runs.

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13 January 2016

There is nothing better than waking up to see more fresh snow!  With the temperatures below 0, the snow cannons are blasting and constantly improving the conditions with almost every run open!

We cannot recommend heading to the top any more highly where all of the runs down are now in beautiful condition with a powdery finish.

We are heading to Arcalis today to see how the conditions compare there so check back later for updates!

12
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12 January 2016

It's snowing again in Arinsal and it's coming down fast! We're excited that it's set to continue for the rest of the week and with the lower temperatures, the snow cannons are going strong too. 

We would definitely recommend heading straight up to the top to make the most of these conditions, for intermediate/advanced skiers, Bony Vaques is in beautiful condition and for those of you who are not so confident, head down Les Fonts.

11
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11 January 2016

Another fresh dusting of snow up the top of the mountain today from Obelix and above!  This has left Bony Vaques and Tub Estadi in beautiful condition with fresh snow, same for the top of Les Fonts and Port Vell.

The snow gets slightly hard packed as you get lower down with great skiing to be had, and lovely white views!

All roads in resort are clear but more snow forecast for tomorrow so we will report back then.

10
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10 January 2016

After this week's dump of snow, there is a really good base with temperatures set to drop again and more snow due on Tuesday!

We gave the skis a rest and tried out a bit of snowboarding yesterday midday on Les Fonts and the snow was perfect for learning, soft enough to fall without hurting yourself but not too slushy!

09
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08 January 2016

Arinsal is looking like a winter wonderland after the constant snow this week which has stopped for a couple of days leaving beautiful blue skies!  The roads have all been cleared, so if you're close it is definitely time for a drive over!

The slopes are all well-pisted with some fun bits of off piste just off the side.  The snow is slightly softer in Pal as it has been warmer over there so it is definitely worth a trip over for some fantastic skiing.

Even more snow forecast for Monday so watch this space!

08
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08 January 2016

Arinsal is looking like a winter wonderland after the constant snow this week which has stopped for a couple of days leaving beautiful blue skies!  The roads have all been cleared, so if you're close it is definitely time for a drive over!

The slopes are all well-pisted with some fun bits of off piste just off the side.  The snow is slightly softer in Pal as it has been warmer over there so it is definitely worth a trip over for some fantastic skiing.

Even more snow forecast for Monday so watch this space!

06
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06 January 2016

The snow just keeps coming in Arinsal! The weather closed in yesterday afternoon and has barely stopped since with snow still coming down this morning! Be careful on the roads across Andorra as there is a lot of snow on them and a lot of cars abandoned by the sides of the roads.

There is at least a new 15cm of snow up the mountain, so we are excited to go up to check it out later... may even get the powder skis out for the first time this season!

5pm - Wow the snow is perfect! It has been snowing all day with some clearer moments with great visibility.  There is loads of powder on and off piste with grippy snow on Les Fonts and more powder to play around with on Port Vell, Salador and Estadi! Tomorrow morning conditions are set to be perfect.

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05 January 2016

There's no better sight than waking up to fresh snow on the mountain every day at the moment! The conditions are improving by the day, making for some really lovely skiing in Arinsal.  Head straight to the top of Les Fonts for the best conditions, with great coverage all the way down to the bottom of Bony!

04
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03 January 2015

The conditions are great here in Arinsal with more snow yesterday afternoon and the temperatures cold enough for the snow cannons to blast out and add to it! More snow expected today... we will let you know what this brings!

In the meantime, make sure you follow us on Facebook to see up to date pictures of the conditions!

03
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03 January 2015

The conditions are great here in Arinsal with more snow yesterday afternoon and the temperatures cold enough for the snow cannons to blast out and add to it! More snow expected today... we will let you know what this brings!

In the meantime, make sure you follow us on Facebook to see up to date pictures of the conditions!

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2 January 2016

Snow has finally come! Last night brought a couple of centimetres at the bottom of the slopes which means there should have been a bit more up the top! With the colder temperatures, the snow cannons have been blasting as well so we are excited to ski today to check out the conditions ourselves and we will report back later!

In the meantime, make sure you follow us on Facebook to see up to date pictures of the conditions!

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31 December 2015

Temperatures are still set to drop which is looking good for the snow cannons.  The runs are still holding out well and more and more clouds are appearing so we are hopeful that the forecasted snow will come soon! 

The best skiing is to be had first thing, with the slopes freshly pisted and the snow softens up as the day goes on. 

If you've not booked your ski trip yet then head to our holidays page where you can plan and book everything you need for your Arinsal ski holiday.

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31 December 2015

Temperatures are still set to drop which is looking good for the snow cannons.  The runs are still holding out well and more and more clouds are appearing so we are hopeful that the forecasted snow will come soon! 

The best skiing is to be had first thing, with the slopes freshly pisted and the snow softens up as the day goes on. 

If you've not booked your ski trip yet then head to our holidays page where you can plan and book everything you need for your Arinsal ski holiday.

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27 December 2015

Temperatures have remained colder and the slopes are in great condition.  Snow is forecast for this week with temperatures set to get colder so it's only going to get better!

If you've not booked your ski trip yet then head to our holidays page where you can plan and book everything you need for your Arinsal ski holiday.

27
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27 December 2015

Temperatures have remained colder and the slopes are in great condition.  Snow is forecast for this week with temperatures set to get colder so it's only going to get better!

If you've not booked your ski trip yet then head to our holidays page where you can plan and book everything you need for your Arinsal ski holiday.

24
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24 December 2014

The pistes are still holding out really well with the majority of runs still open and some great snow to be found.  With the colder temperatures in Arcalis, the snow cannons have been hard at work so it's definitely worth a trip.  With temperatures dropping in Arinsal now, it's feeling more like winter and there is snow forecast for next week to bring us a happy new year!

21
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21 December 2015

The snow is still holding out in Arinsal! The conditions are beautiful with bright blue skies, and the snow is perfect to learn on. Temperatures are due to drop again this week so the snow cannons will be back on, keeping the runs in great condition.

19
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19 December 2015

There's been some lovely bluebird days this week in Arinsal.  The snow is slightly hard packed in the morning but it softens up from 10am and there is still some great skiing to be had with the majority of the runs open! Over in Arcalis, the snow cannons have still been hard at work and there is some great snow on the slopes.

17
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15 December 2015

After skiing in Arinsal and Pal today, it is great to see that the runs are all still well-groomed. The snow is slightly hard packed first thing but it softens slightly from 10am after it has seen the sun

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15 December 2015

After skiing in Arinsal and Pal today, it is great to see that the runs are all still well-groomed. The snow is slightly hard packed first thing but it softens slightly from 10am after it has seen the sun

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15 December 2015

After skiing in Arinsal and Pal today, it is great to see that the runs are all still well-groomed. The snow is slightly hard packed first thing but it softens slightly from 10am after it has seen the sun

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10 December 2015

After the fresh dusting of snow at the top yesterday, the slopes are still feeling good and the snow cannons have been hard at work to keep it that way! The majority of runs are open but very quiet so lots of space to ski!

If you've not booked your ski trip yet then head to our holidays page where you can plan and book everything you need for your Arinsal ski holiday.

13
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10 December 2015

After the fresh dusting of snow at the top yesterday, the slopes are still feeling good and the snow cannons have been hard at work to keep it that way! The majority of runs are open but very quiet so lots of space to ski!

If you've not booked your ski trip yet then head to our holidays page where you can plan and book everything you need for your Arinsal ski holiday.

12
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10 December 2015

After the fresh dusting of snow at the top yesterday, the slopes are still feeling good and the snow cannons have been hard at work to keep it that way! The majority of runs are open but very quiet so lots of space to ski!

If you've not booked your ski trip yet then head to our holidays page where you can plan and book everything you need for your Arinsal ski holiday.

11
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After the fresh dusting of snow at the top yesterday, the slopes are still feeling good and the snow cannons have been hard at work to keep it that way! The majority of runs are open but very quiet so lots of space to ski!

If you've not booked your ski trip yet then head to our holidays page where you can plan and book everything you need for your Arinsal ski holiday.

10
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10 December 2015

After the fresh dusting of snow at the top yesterday, the slopes are still feeling good and the snow cannons have been hard at work to keep it that way! The majority of runs are open but very quiet so lots of space to ski!

If you've not booked your ski trip yet then head to our holidays page where you can plan and book everything you need for your Arinsal ski holiday.

09
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09 December 2015

It's another beautiful day in Arinsal and there's even a fresh dusting of snow up the top today.  The runs are all in great condition and there are barely any people!

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08 December 2015

It's been a beautiful weekend in Arinsal. The slopes have been slightly busier with the Spanish Puenta but the snow is still feeling good. Check back later for a report of how the snow was today!

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2015
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05 December 2015

It's looking like another sunny day in Arinsal today, although the temperatures are getting colder! Off for a ski in Pal today so check back later for an update on the snow conditions there!

15:00 - The slopes in Pal are well pisted with most of the runs open. There is beautiful tree runs and the snow is nice and grippy so it is a great time to work on your technique.

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2015
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05 December 2015

It's looking like another sunny day in Arinsal today, although the temperatures are getting colder! Off for a ski in Pal today so check back later for an update on the snow conditions there!

15:00 - The slopes in Pal are well pisted with most of the runs open. There is beautiful tree runs and the snow is nice and grippy so it is a great time to work on your technique.

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2015
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05 December 2015

It's looking like another sunny day in Arinsal today, although the temperatures are getting colder! Off for a ski in Pal today so check back later for an update on the snow conditions there!

15:00 - The slopes in Pal are well pisted with most of the runs open. There is beautiful tree runs and the snow is nice and grippy so it is a great time to work on your technique.

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2015
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4 December 2015

9:00 - It's a beautiful bluebird day for the opening of Pal-Arinsal today so we're off for a ski. Check back later to see our up to date snow report, from being out on the slopes!

16:00 - Beautifully groomed pistes with a great choice of runs with almost everything open today. There were a few grassy patches but that is to be expected for the start of December.  Slopes are almost empty at the moment, perfect time to book your holiday.

 

 

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2015
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28 November 2015

Vallnord has opened for the season with the Arcalis sector having 10 slopes prepared with great snow coverage for November, combined with glorious sunshine and bright blue skies.  Pal-Arinsal will be opening on Friday 4th December, and we'll bring you an update as soon as we've been able to ski Arinsal.

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2015
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Heavy snow has fallen across Andorra over recent days and Arinsal is looking wonderfully white just in time for the start of the season! Temperatures have remained cold, therefore the snow cannons have also been switched on to top up the natural snowfall and prepare the slopes for opening soon.  The weather forecast is showing plenty of snow throughout the week to come, the countdown is on and we can't wait for the mountain to open!

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Weather Forecast

The weather forecasts can vary quite a bit which is usually related to the ever changing weather here in Andorra! Being in the mountains it can be quite difficult to predict snowfall, especially quite a few days out. Generally we find the forecasts are more reliable the closer to the actual time! We've selected an up-to-date Arinsal forecast which will load in below.

Wednesday 14 November
Day
High / Low : 4° / 3°
Feels Like :
Wind : 11kmh from SSW
Freezing Level : 3154m
Snowfall : 0cm
High / Low : 14° / 1°
Feels Like : 14°
Wind : 9kmh from S
Freezing Level : 3154m
Snowfall : 0cm
Night
High / Low : 2° / 2°
Feels Like : -2°
Wind : 16kmh from SSW
Freezing Level : 2863m
Snowfall : 0cm
High / Low : 1° / 0°
Feels Like : -2°
Wind : 8kmh from S
Freezing Level : 2863m
Snowfall : 0cm
Predicted Snowfall
24hr 0cm
48hr 0cm
72hr 0cm
 
Thursday 15 November
Day
High / Low : 2° / 2°
Feels Like :
Wind : 17kmh from S
Freezing Level : 2798m
Snowfall : 0cm
High / Low : 14° / 2°
Feels Like : 13°
Wind : 10kmh from SSW
Freezing Level : 2798m
Snowfall : 0cm
Night
High / Low : 2° / 2°
Feels Like :
Wind : 7kmh from S
Freezing Level : 2840m
Snowfall : 0cm
High / Low : 1° / 0°
Feels Like : -0°
Wind : 5kmh from SSW
Freezing Level : 2840m
Snowfall : 0cm
Predicted Snowfall
24hr 0cm
48hr 0cm
72hr 0cm
 
Friday 16 November
Day
High / Low : 2° / 2°
Feels Like :
Wind : 5kmh from SSW
Freezing Level : 2837m
Snowfall : 0cm
High / Low : 14° / 2°
Feels Like : 14°
Wind : 7kmh from SSW
Freezing Level : 2837m
Snowfall : 0cm
Night
High / Low : 2° / 2°
Feels Like :
Wind : 1kmh from SSW
Freezing Level : 2877m
Snowfall : 0cm
High / Low : 1° / -1°
Feels Like :
Wind : 4kmh from SSW
Freezing Level : 2877m
Snowfall : 0cm
Predicted Snowfall
24hr 0cm
48hr 0cm
72hr 0cm
 
Saturday 17 November
Day
High / Low : 2° / 1°
Feels Like :
Wind : 6kmh from WSW
Freezing Level : 2769m
Snowfall : 0cm
High / Low : 14° / -0°
Feels Like : 14°
Wind : 6kmh from S
Freezing Level : 2769m
Snowfall : 0cm
-1°
Night
High / Low : 0° / -2°
Feels Like : -2°
Wind : 6kmh from WSW
Freezing Level : 1931m
Snowfall : 0cm
High / Low : 2° / -3°
Feels Like : -1°
Wind : 8kmh from S
Freezing Level : 1931m
Snowfall : 0cm
Predicted Snowfall
24hr 0cm
48hr 0cm
72hr 0cm
 
Sunday 18 November
-3°
Day
High / Low : -3° / -4°
Feels Like : -7°
Wind : 12kmh from SSW
Freezing Level : 2036m
Snowfall : 0cm
High / Low : 9° / -0°
Feels Like :
Wind : 10kmh from SSW
Freezing Level : 2036m
Snowfall : 0cm
-5°
Night
High / Low : -4° / -5°
Feels Like : -7°
Wind : 10kmh from SSW
Freezing Level : 1599m
Snowfall : 0cm
High / Low : -1° / -4°
Feels Like : -4°
Wind : 8kmh from SSW
Freezing Level : 1599m
Snowfall : 0cm
Predicted Snowfall
24hr 0cm
48hr 0cm
72hr 0cm
 
Monday 19 November
-3°
Day
High / Low : -3° / -4°
Feels Like : -6°
Wind : 9kmh from SSW
Freezing Level : 1966m
Snowfall : 0cm
High / Low : 9° / -3°
Feels Like :
Wind : 9kmh from W
Freezing Level : 1966m
Snowfall : 0cm
-2°
Night
High / Low : -2° / -2°
Feels Like : -6°
Wind : 9kmh from SSW
Freezing Level : 1657m
Snowfall : 0cm
High / Low : -3° / -3°
Feels Like : -3°
Wind : 2kmh from W
Freezing Level : 1657m
Snowfall : 0cm
Predicted Snowfall
24hr 0cm
48hr 0cm
 
Tuesday 20 November
-2°
Day
High / Low : -2° / -2°
Feels Like : -5°
Wind : 12kmh from NW
Freezing Level : 2212m
Snowfall : 0cm
High / Low : 10° / -2°
Feels Like : 10°
Wind : 4kmh from WSW
Freezing Level : 2212m
Snowfall : 0cm
-2°
Night
High / Low : -2° / -3°
Feels Like : -7°
Wind : 11kmh from NW
Freezing Level : 1871m
Snowfall : 0cm
High / Low : -2° / -2°
Feels Like : -3°
Wind : 4kmh from WSW
Freezing Level : 1871m
Snowfall : 0cm
Predicted Snowfall
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