Get away this winter and enjoy all Andorra’s activities in the snow

It goes without saying that whenever we think about snow, winter and Andorra, the first thing that comes to mind is skiing. However, there are now loads of different activities so you can have a great time in the snow whether you ski or not. Do you want to hear about our favourite Andorran winter activities? Find out how you can get the most out of your break in the snow.

Put the skis away!

Just for a day, swap the skis for an outing in the snow. In the resorts, you’ll find trails that have been adapted for hiking in snowshoes. You can choose one depending on whether you want to go with or without a guide and according to your ability level and physical condition. You’ll pass through forests, cross rivers and even arrive at a lake. Don’t let anything hold you back!
Another way to explore different spots while enjoying a more comfortable excursion is on a snowmobile. Or, if you prefer, you can try mushing on a sled towed by dogs for that true North Pole experience.
Which one will you choose?

Unique activities

The resorts also have endless alternative activities to ensure you keep having fun in the snow. For example, open-air toboggan runs like the Tobotronc in Naturlandia and the Magic Gliss in Grandvalira. And if you’re into both skiing and cycling, you can combine your two favourite activities by trying out the SnowTrike in Vallnord. A getaway in the snow is the perfect time for new experiences!

Skiing: the king of winter sports

We know you love to ski, so don’t miss out on our offers with admission to Caldea and a one-day ski pass for Vallnord-Pal Arinsal or Grandvalira. You’ll have a wonderful day skiing with your loved ones.

Caldea: the perfect finale!

After a day in the snow, there’s no better way to finish things off than in Caldea’s thermal waters. All you need to do is choose which spa you want to bathe in. Thermoludic is your best bet if you’re visiting as a family with kids aged 5 and up (3- and 4-year-olds can also access the centre but only Likids: the Caldea children’s spa). If you’re seeking a more intimate and relaxing experience, opt for Inúu, the adults only spa.

Winter in Andorra is so much more than just skiing. Try out some new activities and combine them with Caldea’s thermal waters.
What’s your next adventure going to be?

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