Ski Lifts in Pas De La Casa

Grandvalira’s main ski lifts have a numeric code as well as a name, with the numeric character denoting the number of riders per chair or car and the exception to this rule being button lifts and T-bars.

Pas De La Casa Ski Lifts

The four-person TSF4 Solana chairlift runs from the ski school meeting place opposite the Olympia shopping centre in Pas de la Casa, and from the top, you can then ski down and ride the six-person TSD6 Font Negre cable car to the top of Coll Blanc. From Coll Blanc, you can ski down to Coma Blanca III which has no number code, which means that it’s either a button lift or a T-bar.

Cortals (2,502m) and Tossal de la Llosada (2,560m) are the two peaks to aim for. From there, you can get to most parts of Grandvalira. Cortals is served by two lifts and Tossal de la Llosada by three lifts.

The cartel which runs Grandvalira is putting a lot of money into developing the lift system (spurred on by its rivalry with the people running Vallnord in the southwest of the country) so things are only likely to get better. There is a lot of money in Andorra and ski tourism is a major priority for the locals.

Lifts open at 9 am and officially close at 5 pm although some start closing from 4:15 pm onwards so check the last lift time to avoid being caught out when skiing late in the day.

Pas De La Casa Ski Lift Passes

Ski passes in Pas de la Casa are as for the rest of Grandvalira with modest discounts in the low season. Beginner passes for Pas de la Casa are the same price regardless of season or age and restrict you to just the immediate beginner area.


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