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Webcams in Ordino-Arcalís

Ordino Arcalís is known as the freeride paradise in Andorra, as it has one of the best quantities and qualities of snow in the Pyrenees. Here you will find very relevant information before embarking on your white adventure: go to the Ordino Arcalís webcams to find out live how the slopes are, the weather and the snow forecast.

Cap de la Coma

Creussans - Mirador Solar de Tristaina

La Coma - Base

La Coma - Feixants

La Coma - Telecabina

Ts La Coma

Information on the Ordino-Arcalís live webcams

The Ordino Arcalís ski resort is well known for the high quality of the snow on its slopes, which also accumulates in large quantities. For this reason, it is said to be Andorra's "freeride paradise". Its slopes are at altitudes ranging from 1.940 metres to 2.625 metres above sea level. It has up to 29 slopes spread over 30,5 kilometres, as well as 5 marked ski mountaineering circuits and 3,4 km of marked routes and 120 km of unmarked routes.

Want to see all this right now, see what it looks like? The best way to find out how the slopes are, how much snow there is, what the weather is like, etc., is to check the Ordino Arcalís cameras. These are live broadcasts from Ordino Arcalís webcams located at strategic points in the resort which, as well as offering us all this important information, provide us with unbeatable landscapes that we can see from the comfort of our own home. A very useful help to anticipate what we will find on the slopes, if it is a good weekend to go skiing and to choose better, for example, what to wear. These are all the Ordino Arcalís webcams:

  • Ordino webcam. Unfortunately, in the Ordino sector of the ski resort there are no cameras broadcasting live.
  • Arcalís webcam. This area of the Andorran ski resort has two cameras that show us images at the moment from different points: the first is at the base of the sector, in La Coma, and offers us a 360-degree panoramic view at an altitude of 2.228 metres; the second Arcalís camera shows live coverage of the area around Cap de la Coma, at a slightly higher altitude, at 2.254 metres, a point where we can see that the snow remains for longer and with good thicknesses.