Ski late in Pas de la Casa, Soldeu and El Tarter.
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Pas de la Casa sits on the French / Andorran border and is a busy bustling ski town with doorstep, easy access to the Grandvalira Ski Area.
The resort offers good skiing and snowboarding enabling clients to ski across the Granvalira area firstly to Grau Roig, then on to Soldeu, then to El Tarter.
Pas de la Casa offers a range of accommodation from budget apartments up to 4* impressive hotels and all within a stones throw from the slopes.
Pas de la Casa´s recent investment in higher quality hotels has made it more appealing to serious skiers and snowboarders wanting good accommodation and quick access to the slopes.
Low cost apartments and renowned busy night life continue to attract the young and lively crowd wanting to ski and party hard.
Pas is also known in Catalan as Pas de la Case (one of the main ski resorts in Andorre).
Limited black ski runs but plenty of mileage to cover and off piste access for the explorer.
Total ski area
Pas de la Casa/Grau Roig ; 100km
Full Grandvalira Area : 193km
Advanced ski runs
Experienced instructors and resort level beginners area offer good leaning environment.
Beginner ski runs
1008 - 41% of total ski area
Ski late in Pas de la Casa, Soldeu and El Tarter and enjoy the whole of the well maintained Grandvalira ski area.
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Direction of ski slopes
Freestyle/ board parks
Two excellent board and free style parks. Rail slides, kickers, big air, half pipe with courses and camps available.
To snowboard in Pas Andorra will make your holiday.
Ski resort height
In 1956, the Andorran ski pioneer Francesc Viladomat installed the first mechanical lift in the principality in Pas de la Casa, under the Pic d'Envalira.
It was the daring idea of a visionary, and marked the birth of the first Andorran resort:
Pas de la Casa-Grau Roig. From then onwards, Pas de la Casa-Grau Roig
grew at the rate of one lift per season.
At the end of the 1980's, the success of the installations and the constant increase in the number of winter sports fans made it possible to extend the skiable domain beyond the Pic d'Envalira. New lifts and ski runs were opened yearly extending over the mountain to Grau Roig. . In 1986, Pas de la Casa-Grau Roig became the first Pyrenean resort equipped with automatic snow cannons.
2003/2004 saw the birth of the Grandvalira ski area. The long awaited linking of Pas de la Casa/Grau Roig and Soldeu El Tarter created the largest ski area in the Pyrenees with 193k of incredible pistes.
Immediate access to a wonderful world of runs ideal for intermediates and improvers stretching across the full Grand Valira area.
Ski all day then ski late all the way back to the resort for some après ski.
Intermediate ski runs
Number of ski lifts
Number of freestyle/ board parks
One in El Tarter
Ski slopes range
2100m to 2640m
6 Restaurant / Snack bars
Après Ski & Night Life
Pas de la Casa remains popular for those looking for a young and lively holiday combining low cost apartment with an abundance of lively sports bars, pubs and night clubs going strong from après ski time to the early hours. English and Irish pubs combined with more international flavoured bars give you a great choice for a good night out.
You can visit Andorra La Vella, the capital of Andorra to go for a swim in the Caldea complex followed by a drink or a tapas meal.
Pas de la Casa as a ski town has an endless choice of restaurants to suit all tastes and budgets. Its location on the French border gives cuisine and culture a French influence.
Value for money set menus and fast food will suit those on a budget and prime steak houses, fondue and raclette restaurants are plentiful for those looking for more.
Pas de la Casa is definitely the resort for those looking to make the most of Andorra?s duty free status. There are hundreds of shops and supermarkets selling everything from holiday favourites cigarettes and alcohol, to designer ski/board wear and accessories, electric goods and perfume. With the only road from the north linking Pas de la Casa directly with France, the town is also extremely popular with day tripping French who tend to take advantage of the very competitive food and household goods prices. A cautionary word of warning for those looking to exercise their credit cards is that customs officers in French and Spanish airports will check your purchases. Fines and excess duties for exceeding duty-free limits can be severe and will often result in confiscation. Many airlines will also charge by the kilo for exceeding the luggage allowance stated on their airline ticket for heavy goods.
Pas Andorra is right on the border with France.
Ski and board school
Ski & Snow Board School Pas de la Casa
Pas de la Casa has a large multi lingual ski and board school offering qualified tuition for complete beginners, clinic for experienced and improver courses for everyone in between. The beginner?s area is located at the foot of the slopes at resort level, soon progressing to the gentle blue runs that rise above the resort. Improvers and experienced skiers and boarders can continue to learn the technical side whilst covering high mileage every day.
Get to snowboard proficiency as soon as possible in Pas Andorra.