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Cerler snow report

How many slopes are open in Cerler at the moment? When preparing for your trip to the Aragonese Pyrenees ski resort, it is essential to plan the dates according to the snow report for Cerler: here you will find out whether or not it is a good time to go, if there are many kilometres available, etc.

Cerler resort conditions

Closed

-/80Km open

---Snow depth

-Snow quality

Last update: 24/07/2024

Ski conditions in Cerler

-%Km open

-/71Open slopes

-/20Lifts open

Slopes

Open/Total

Green
-/10
Blue
-/19
Red
-/27
Black
-/15
Itinerarios
-/1

Resort map

Cerler snow report

Last snowfall12/06/2024

Snow depth--- cm

Snow quality-

Avalanche risk-/5

Snow depth for the season 2023-2024

Snow depth for the season 2022-2023

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Information on the Cerler live snow report

In this section you can find detailed and daily updated information on the state of the Cerler slopes. With a skiable area of 80 kilometres, it has a total of 72 alpine ski slopes, fairly balanced by level (10 green, 19 blue, 27 red and 16 black), as well as a snowpark and nearby routes for cross-country skiing. But not everything is always open, as it depends on Cerler's snow report.

By consulting the Cerler snow report you can find out, before going to the resort, how many kilometres are open, the ski lifts that are in operation at the moment and the thickness of the snow on the Cerler slopes. You can also see how the pistes are distributed thanks to the map of Cerler, with full details of the services and layouts in the area, which is at altitudes of between 1.500 and 2.630 metres above sea level. These are the Cerler sectors:

  • Cerler. Its pistes are distributed in the classic way, with the easiest ones at lower altitudes and the most complicated ones at higher altitudes, where the snow is usually thicker. Here is the "Cerler 9 km" challenge, the longest slope in Spain with a difference in altitude of over 1.100 metres.
  • Ampriu. This is the sector that attracts families and beginners, with proposals that are not necessarily at lower altitudes. The blue Perdiz Blanca piste is a good option for beginners to ski in good snow conditions in Cerler. In this area there are also freeride areas with technical descents and ski mountaineering routes around the Cerler Peak. Those looking for light snow on the Cerler slopes should try the Muidors piste as it is not overcrowded.