Freeride Skiing trips – Andorra

Head to the heart of the Pyrenees and go off-piste on an amazing freeride skiing trip in Andorra!

Known for its high quality resorts in hard to reach powder, Andorra is the best of both worlds in a variety of ways. From steep lines over 2,500 meters to lift access and sunny slopes, there is a great run guarantee across the tiny but powerful ski destination hiding in the mountain passes between Spain and France.

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Andorra is a small country in the Pyrenees Mountains between Southern France and Northern Spain. It has a deep Catalan culture, and uses Catalan as its language. Most importantly, it has a generous snowfall within its borders that remain late into the ski season and can begin as early as November.

There is no air travel into the country (you can fly into La Seu d’Urgell to the south, in Spain, roughly 10 kilometers away), which means you have to enter by road. Planning around this is both a blessing and a curse; the increased effort to reach the slopes means fewer lines and crowds.

The highest peak in Andorra is the immense Coma Pedrosa at 2,943 meters, with vistas of the undisturbed region to match.



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The altitude of Andorra protects cold and snowy winters that last into spring, with warm and moderate summers. Autumn tends to be the rainiest season.




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How to Get There

Flying into nearby airports in Barcelona, Toulouse, or Girona are reasonable options to get to Andorra, seeing as there is no international airport in the country. There is also a Eurostar from Paris to l'Hospitalet pres l'Andorre, from where you can take a bus through the mountain pass to Andorra. Buses from nearby cities in Spain and France (including Barcelona and Toulouse) supplement access to the country as well.

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Best Time to Visit

This high mountain country is best skied from December through March, though the season can begin early and end late.




What People Say

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We are enjoying the ski tour with Patrick! This was our first time, that we could ski touring in our
life. Patrick was very helpful and kind, he told all necessary information about touring. We made a very nice route from El Peretol to Serrat Pinos. I recommend this program for other ski tourist in this area.

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