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Splitboarding in Spain: Top Outdoor Adventures Awaiting You


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Discover the stunning scenery and pristine powder on a splitboarding trip to the mountain of Spain!

From the Cantabrian Mountains and Sierra de Guadarrama to the Pyrenees, there are plenty of incredible places to head for a splitboarding adventure. Climb up the rugged ridge lines on some skins before plunging back down on the combined board! Compare and book a certified guide for your trip on Explore-Share.com: 1500+ guides, 70+ countries and more than 8000 different programs to choose from. Take a pick from our selection of Splitboarding trips in Spain. The mountains are calling!

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What should I know about Splitboarding Spain?

The fourth largest country in Europe is also home to some of its most incredible mountain scenery. Sprawling over 505,990 square kilometers (195,360 square miles), Spain is home to some of the best splitboarding in Europe.

Among the top spots are the Pyrenees Mountains. Running along the northern border with France, many of the country’s tallest mountains are found in the range.

Heading to Val d’Aran and Carros de Foc are two of the most popular spots. The former boasts more than 150 kilometers (90 miles) of trails, leading down steep mountain slopes and into forested valleys. The latter sits within the stunning Aigüestortes i Estany de Sant Maurici National Park and boasts even more incredible splitboarding terrain.

Farther west, Picos de Europa National Park, in the Cantabrian Mout nains, is a great place to head out splitboarding as well. Enjoy stunning views over the wilderness of the Basque Country before skinning up rugged ridge lines and plunging down into steep powder bowls

Why should I choose Spain for my Splitboarding adventure?

Stunning scenery

Boasting thick forests, rugged mountain peaks and pristine valleys, Spain is a stunningly beautiful place to head for a splitboarding adventure. Head out into Spain’s rugged mountain wilderness in the winter and get a new perspective on the Iberian Peninsula’s incredible natural beauty.

Climb Pico Aneto

Rising to 3,404 meters (11,168 feet) in elevation, Pico Aneto is the third tallest mountain in Spain and the highest in the Spanish Pyrenees. It is also a prime target for splitboarding enthusiasts looking for a challenging climb, incredible panoramic views and exhilarating ride back down.  

Head out hut-to-hut

Home to scenic national parks and cozy mountain huts, the Pyrenees Mountains are the ideal place for a hut-to-hut splitboarding adventure. Traverse some of the highest peaks in the range, enjoying fabulous views from their summits, before plunging back down on the combined snowboard.

What can I expect from the weather in Spain?

During the winter, the mountains of Spain are cold and mostly dry. Average daily temperatures hover around freezing and dip slightly below freezing at higher altitudes. Snow does not come frequently but sticks when it falls. The north of the country is wetter and receives more snow than the rest.

How can I get to Spain?

This largely depends on where you are heading. Adolfo Suárez Madrid–Barajas Airport (MAD) and Barcelona–El Prat Josep Tarradellas Airport (BCN) are the two main airports in Spain. From any of these, you will find connecting flights to more minor airports, as well as transportation by bus, train or rental car to your final destination.

Which language is predominantly spoken in Spain?

Castilian, Catalan, Basque

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What’s the high season for Splitboarding in Spain?

January to March

What people are saying about Splitboarding | Spain



Miguel was a wonderful guide, we could not have found anyone better



Martin is a very good guide and choosed a fantastic itinerary considering the lack of snow.



The helicopter was a surprise and it was awesome, it was a great first time experience in the backcountry. Our guide, Roger, was really helpful and patient with us and we found really good snow.  The hiking up was especially tiring when it was really hot but the skiing was epic.

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