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Pal Arinsal snow report

Have you already decided when you're going to travel to the slopes of Pal Arinsal? Book your hotel plus ski pass package and prepare your suitcase and equipment... but don't forget to check the state of the slopes in Pal Arinsal at this moment. Here we leave you with detailed information updated daily so that you know in advance the state of the snow in Pal Arinsal.

Pal - Arinsal resort conditions

Closed

-/63Km open

---Snow depth

-Snow quality

Last update: 19/04/2024

Ski conditions in Pal - Arinsal

-%Km open

-/47Open slopes

-/30Lifts open

Slopes

Open/Total

Green
-/7
Blue
-/19
Red
-/17
Black
-/4

Resort map

Pal - Arinsal snow report

Last snowfall18/04/2024

Snow depth--- cm

Snow quality-

Avalanche risk-/5

Last snowfall18/04/2024

Snow depth--- cm

Snow quality-

Avalanche risk-/5

Snow depth for the season 2023-2024

Snow depth for the season 2022-2023

Snow depth for the season 2021-2022

Snow depth for the season 2020-2021

Snow depth for the season 2019-2020

Snow depth for the season 2018-2019

Snow depth for the season 2017-2018

Snow depth for the season 2016-2017

Information on the Pal Arinsal live snow report

Pal Arinsal resort, in the La Massana valley (Andorra), offers 63 kilometres of downhill skiing, a snowpark and two freestyle areas, among other facilities. Before you travel, take a look at the Pal Arinsal piste map and consult all the updated information to get a preview of what you will find in the resort: How many slopes will be open in Pal Arinsal on the dates of your trip? What lifts will be in operation to move around the slopes? What minimum and maximum snow thicknesses are there at the moment in the ski area?

The Pal Arinsal snow report allows us to know all this and more: the lifts open, the kilometres of the total on which we can slide, the quality of the snow that covers the domain or the slopes that are available these days ordered by difficulty (green, blue, red and black). On the Pal Arinsal piste map you will be able to locate them quickly to plan the areas and challenges you will be looking for on your getaway. These are the skiable sectors:

  • Pal slopes. This is the area aimed at families and beginners, which extends from 1.900 to 2.363 metres above sea level (from La Caubella to Pic del Cubil). Find out how the slopes of Pal are now with the snow report. 
  • State of the slopes in Arinsal. The most demanding area of the Andorran ski resort offers a difference in altitude of up to 1.000 metres. The Arinsal slopes are mainly red and black, as well as housing the snowpark. The Arinsal snow report will let you know the number of skiable kilometres open in the sector, the ski lifts in operation and the quality of the snow thanks to information that we update every day.