Ski Stations

 

St Pierre dels Forcats and the resort of Cambre D’Aze are the nearest. Wonderfully quiet skiing on tree lined pistes, with a distinct lack of queues and very few British skiers, means a different skiing experience. The resort is ideal for first timers with two special beginner areas incorporating 8 green runs with gentle slopes. Intermediate skiers will be challenged by the narrower pistes while enjoying the variety of gradients on offer. Great beginner and intermediate skiing make this an ideal resort for families. There is one small park set aside for snowboarders. For non skiers – snowshoes, horse riding, thermal baths, swimming, skating and bowling are all part of the attraction.

 

Font-Romeu, one of Europe’s oldest winter resorts, has been welcoming skiers since 1921. It remains a lively and popular resort attracting weekend crowds from Spain as well as France. It has the biggest snow making operation in the Pyrénées. Facilities include a casino, climbing wall, dog sledding, horse riding, ice skating, judo, squash, tennis and marked winter walking routes. Font-Romeu has recently undergone a €30 million facelift.

 

Les Angles is the area’s largest and most advanced ski resort, with 32 pistes, more than half of them red-rated, totalling over 40km. Les Angles is a tribute to winter sports: generous from the start, you only pay for the time spent on your skis. The ski trails give views of Catalan church steeples, and after-ski activities are infused with the pace and warmth of Catalonia. Surrounded by forests and lakes, the ski resort offers many other activities, including snow-boarding, bowling, ice-skating, swimming pool, sauna and a deer park.

 

Cerdagne-Puigmal is the highest ski station in the eastern Pyrénées, with slopes reaching an altitude of 2700m. The area is spread over 320 hectares of wild and exceptionally beautiful landscape - particularly good for free-ride. There are thermal baths at nearby Llo.

 

L’Espace Nordique du Capcir is the place to go for cross-country skiing. There are over 190km of marked pistes for classic or skating cross-country which take you through forested dells, past lakes, and onto plateaus with spectacular views of the Pyrénées.

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