The Andorran ski resorts of Pal-Arinsal and Arcalis have upgraded their freestyle facilities in time for the winter season. Freestylers of all levels, from beginners to experts, will benefit from the new additions.
Arcalis is introducing a new freestyle area and boardercross complete with an official FIS pipe. Freestylers in the resort of Arinsal can enjoy more rails and jumps and neighbouring Pal will be introducing a new freestyle area especially for beginners.
Arinsal has also improved its slopes. The resort piste leading down in to the village has been widened and equipped with snow cannons so skiers can ski right into town.
Also new this year, a free shuttle bus will run regularly throughout the season, connecting the resorts of Pal, Arinsal and Arcalis resorts. Lunch will now be served to children in the kindergarten and snowpark, and at a reasonable price.
A ski pass in Pal-Arinsal (1550 metres) is also valid for Ordino-Arcalis (1940 metres), enabling you to ski into all three resorts. The neighbouring resorts of Pal and Arinsal offer a combined 63 kilometres of runs (seven green, 15 blue, 16 red, and four black). There are also two freestyle areas, two ski schools, and 31 modern ski lifts.