The Extrardinary resort
Ordino Arcalis, known for offering the best quality and the largest amount of snow in the Pyrenees, is now part of the Grandvalira Resorts group. All Grandvalira ski pass holders will also be able to access Ordino Arcalis.
It offers a unique mountain area in which families and expert skiers can enjoy themselves in complete freedom, without queues or crowds, in a safe and now more convenient atmosphere, thanks to the Tristaina gondola lift.
With 30 km of marked slopes and more than 120 off-piste itineraries, it has become a worldwide reference, for the prestigious Freeride World Tour circuit.
Fun and learning
The Ordino Arcalís Ski & Mountain Academy offers ski and snowboarding lessons, both private and groups, adapted to all levels and ages. The little ones will be able to learn while having fun in our nursery and snow garden which has a covered conveyor belt to make learning easier. It also has several areas for beginners and the Megaverda track, the longest green track in the Pyrenees: all ideal places to start skiing or snowboarding.
The best of the mountain to suit all preferences
Flavours, textures and aromas of the mountain. Dishes that are 100% cooked in the ski resort using locally-sourced top-quality products. Home-made cooking with a touch of originality, sophisticated filled baguettes, all served up with exclusive views from panoramic terraces. It is worthwhile discovering charming places such as the newly renovated Borda de la Coma or El Refugi Les Portelles which, at an altitude of 2,550 metres, is the highest gourmet restaurant in Andorra. If you want to experience a unique adventure, we recommend dinners at high altitudes at the la Borda de la Coma restaurant, at 2,200 m high, and then ski down under the moonlight.
Ordino Arcalís is the perfect setting to try a wide range of activities designed for everyone. From snowmobile excursions, snowshoeing, mountain skiing and don’t miss the excursion to the Port del Rat stalagmite cave. And when the sun goes down, keep on enjoying the season even more with nighttime activities combined with a magnificent dinner under the stars.
Freeride and Adrenaline
Imagine hundreds of unspoiled hectares to be enjoyed off-piste, make your dream of doing heliskiing come true, go up in the mythical Creussans chairlift and ski in the setting where, the best riders in the world dispute the Freeride World Tour. Discover more than 120 itineraries led by the guides of our prestigious Freeride School. If what you enjoy is using snowshoes or ski touring, we can offer training and accompaniment services to suit your needs.
14 km (8.5 miles) from Ordino
22 km (14 miles) from Andorra la Vella
Difference in altitude
685 m (2,625 m - 1,940 m)
2,247 ft (8,612 ft - 6,364 ft)
30 km of ski runs (18 miles)
442 ha (1,092 acres)
· 9 green
· 7 blue
· 11 red
· 2 black
101 snow cannons, guaranteeing the
60% of the resort’s skiable area (18 km)
6 Fis approved slalom slopes
4 routes marked (3.4 km)
+ 120 km unmarked routes
· 2 Freeride Area
· 1 children’s circuit
· 1 Slalom area
· 1 beginners area (free rope tow)
5 Ski touring circuits
6 Catering establishments with panoramic terraces
2 Picnic areas
1 Ski and snowboard school
1 Freeride school
For children from 1 to 4 years old
1 Snow garden
For children from 3 to 6 years old
2 equipment rental stores at the bottom of the slopes
2 shops selling merchandising, gifts and accessories
· 3 ski locker
· 3 left luggage
Heliski, snowmobiles, GICA caterpillar, speed-ride, snowshoes, snowbike...
1 Medical centre
Several car parks with a capacity of 1,500 vehicles.
Free ski bus service that links the 2 main zones of the resort: Hortell and Planells.
Free ski bus sevice that links Andorra la Vella and the ski resort.
Ordino Arcalís, where times stands still
The main summer attraction in Ordino Arcalís is undoubtedly the spectacular Tristaina Solar Viewpoint.
It is located on the Peyreguils peak at an altitude of 2,701 meters and offers a 360-degree panoramic view of the Tristaina glacial cirque and the entire Ordino valley which was declared a Biosphere Reserve by UNESCO.
The Tristaina gondola and the Creussans chairlift provide easy access to the viewpoint with the last section done on foot. The structure, which has a 25-meter-long walkway and a total weight of 32 tons, is integrated into the environment with only four anchor points. In addition, the viewpoint acts as a sundial thanks to the 27-meters-long central gnomon inclined at 42.55 degrees.
In Ordino Arcalís, you can also enjoy the unique ascent by bicycle to a final port of the Tour de France and La Vuelta a España free from road traffic, an experience for cycling lovers. This activity can be concluded with the excellent cuisine of the La Coma restaurant, newly renovated, at an altitude of 2,200 m.
The Creussans chairlift that allows to acces to the vieupoint will be open from June 4 (weekends) to the June 19, and it will be open every day from June 23 to September 11 (from 9 to 16.15h). And only during the weekends from September 17 to November 1.
Tristaina cable car will be open from mid-June ti 11/09/22.