The spectacular mountains of Andorra are split into two separate ski domains, Grandvalira and Vallnord Pal-Arinsal, which between them offer over 300km of slopes for you to enjoy. The vast ski area of Grandvalira offers an extensive terrain covering the linked sectors of Pas de la Casa, Grau Roig, Peretol Soldeu, El Tarter, Canillo and Encamp alongside the seperate terrain of Ordino-Arcalis, whilst the popular Vallnord Pal-Arinsal domain spans across the two areas of Arinsal and Pal. Andorra Resorts are based in both areas, so you can pre-book your lift passes and get organised before you travel.
Across Andorra all ski lifts operate on a modern hands-free system, meaning you can keep your lift pass tucked away safely on your person and access the lifts quickly and easily.
It is important to note that lift passes are not automatically replaceable, please check the exact conditions for your pass before the first use but it's best to keep your pass secure at all times!
All of our Grandvalira lift passes are full area lift passes, meaning you have unlimited access to the full 210km of slopes across all eight resorts within the area. Seven of the resorts are linked, allowing you to ski the majority of the domain easily on one lift pass.
The Grandvalira lift pass also includes access to Ordino-Arcalis.
Guests staying within the Vallnord ski area can book a local area Pal-Arinsal lift pass. The local area passes are available for both Arinsal and Pal which are linked by cable car.
We offer both consecutive and non-consecutive lift passes on our online shop (Grandvalira only), Vallnord Pal-Arinsal non-consecutive passes are available by request only. A consecutive lift pass means that you can ski every day that the pass is booked for e.g. six days in a row. A non-consecutive lift pass means you can have a day off, such as any five days from seven, which is great if you have alternative plans such as a day at the spa or shopping in Andorra la Vella.
To book securely just use the booking bar on this page to select your resort and dates!