Nestled amidst the majestic Pyrenees mountains, Arinsal stands as a haven for skiers and snowboarders of all levels. This charming resort in Andorra offers a captivating blend of exhilarating slopes, picturesque landscapes, and vibrant après-ski experiences, promising an unforgettable winter getaway.
Arinsal’s charm extends beyond its slopes, encompassing a picturesque village that exudes a warm and welcoming ambiance. Traditional stone-clad buildings line the streets, creating a captivating atmosphere reminiscent of an alpine wonderland. The village square, adorned with cosy cafes and inviting restaurants, serves as a lively hub for both locals and visitors, offering a taste of authentic Andorran culture.
Arinsal is a haven for families, offering a plethora of activities and facilities to keep children entertained throughout their stay. Dedicated ski schools provide expert instruction for young skiers and snowboarders, while a variety of kid-friendly activities, such as snow tubing and sledding, ensure endless hours of fun.
A Perfect Winter Escape
Whether you’re seeking thrilling slopes, serene landscapes, or lively après-ski experiences, Arinsal has something for everyone. With its diverse terrain, family-friendly atmosphere, and captivating surroundings, Arinsal promises an unforgettable winter escape that will leave you longing for more.
Arinsal has a lovely open, east-facing bowl that sits above the resort. Head over to the neighbouring resort of Pal and ski the tree lined runs. Beginners will find the gentle nursery slopes set high enough to take advantage of excellent snow conditions throughout most of the season. The instructors in the ski schools speak English and are always really friendly. This makes the learning experience that much easier. Intermediates will find the Cota area at about 7000ft a good test of skills as it offers a good variety of blues and reds. Pal also has a good selection of long wide red runs to perfect your carving turns on. More advanced skiers and boarders can try the steep runs off the Pic Negre and Pic alt de la Capa for moguls.
- Season Start / End: 2/12 – 3/4
- Opening Times :09:00 – 17:00
- Total Slope Length: 63 km
- Easy Slope Length: 31 km
- Intermediate Slope Length: 24 km
- Difficult Slope Length: 8 km
A comprehensive network of 32 ski lifts ensures efficient and convenient access to all areas of the resort.
Gondola Lifts: The gondola lifts from La Massana and Arinsal provide a quick and scenic ascent to the upper slopes, carrying 8 people per cabin.
Chairlifts: Arinsal boasts 12 chairlifts, offering comfortable seating for 4 or 6 people.
T-bar Lifts: For terrain suitable for beginners and learners, Arinsal has 8 T-bar lifts, which are easy to use and provide a gentle uphill ride.
Funicular Railway: The Creuets Funicular, a unique funicular railway, provides access to the high-altitude slopes of the Tossa del Braibal and Jover peaks, offering panoramic views of the surrounding mountains.