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Webcams in Port Ainé

Unforeseen events can occur on a trip to the snow, but we can try to minimise them with good planning. This includes knowing the state of the slopes. Now it's easier than ever thanks to the Port Ainé webcams: they show us live what the weather is like, how the snow is, etc.

Cota 2100 - Pic de l´Orri

Cota 2100 - TS Roní

Pla de l´Olla

Port Ainé 2000

Information on the Port Ainé live webcams

The Port Ainé ski resort is in the middle of a natural jewel: under the Orri Peak, at 2.440 metres, in the heart of the Alt Pirineu Natural Park, in Lleida. It has some 30 kilometres of trails and 800 metres of vertical drop, offering challenges for all tastes: routes for beginners who don't even know how to put on their boots and descents only suitable for the most experienced. A highlight is that 95% of the pistes are north-facing, which guarantees good quality snow.

Be sure to check, live and direct, everything that is happening right now on the slopes of Port Ainé through its webcams. The Port Ainé live webcams show us the weather right now, to know if it is sunny, raining or snowing; how the snow is, to be more prepared; how many people are on the slopes to get an idea of the queues at the ski lifts; how the spectacular landscapes surrounding the ski resort look like.

These are all the Port Ainé webcams that are distributed throughout its sectors:

  • Jet Cim chairlift webcam. It is at the highest point of the Port Ainé ski resort, at 2.440 metres. It offers a fantastic live panoramic view of the surrounding area, which is also interactive. This live camera of Port Ainé allows you to move it as you like along its 360 degree route, from where you can see the viewpoints of the Alt Pirineu Natural Park.
  • Webcam Cota 2.000. This is a fixed camera that focuses on the Parc Lúdic, the children's area par excellence in Port Ainé.
  • Webcam Pla de l'Olla. This is the regional television station TV3's camera at the resort, located at an altitude of 2.200 metres.