Despite its small size, Andorra still has 65 mountains over 2,000 meters tall. This increases your chances for a heavy snow and fresh powder splitboarding session when you visit. With a high point of 2,942 meters at Coma Pedrosa and lift access reaching over 2,400 meters, shredding through fresh, top quality powder won't even be a question.
Best Time to Visit
January through March is the ideal time to visit, though you can squeeze in a great trip in December or April if the conditions allow
Andorra has a classic mountain climate, with cold winters and mild summers. The fall is relatively rainy, while the winter and spring are the perfect time for splitboarding
How to Get There
There is no international airport in Andorra, so you can take the Eurostar from Paris to l'Hospitalet pres l'Andorre and bus across a mountain pass to enter. By flying into Barcelona, Toulouse, or Girona, you can take a car or bus into the mountains and Andorra
Andorra is a small country located in the Pyrenees Mountains between France and Spain. The high elevation and remote location make it a popular winter sport destination and an accommodating place to enjoy a splitboarding program. There are two main ski areas in the country, Grandvalira and Arinsal, with the former as the largest. From these two collections of resorts, splitboarding through the high peaks is seamless. Lift access is high enough to provide snow-sure runs in the most wild backcountry. When traveling off-piste in Andorra, avalanches do pose a serious threat. The scenery is filled with stunning lakes and a plethora of outdoor activities – zip lining in Canillo can even be added to your program
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