Pas de la Case
Your ski hire at Pas de la Case
It is in Andorra, in the heart of the Pyrenees mountain range, that the ski resort of Pas de la Case welcomes you for an unforgettable winter sports holiday. The village offers privileged access to Grandvalira, the largest ski area in the Pyrenees with more than 200 kilometres of interconnected slopes. Find your Pas de la Case ski hire or snowboard hire and prepare your mountain holiday now.
Pas de la Case ski area
The Grandvalira ski area, accessible from the Pas de la Case resort, is the largest ski area in Europe outside of the Alps as it includes the Soldeu / El Tarter and Pas de la Case / Grau Roig areas. In total, your Pas de la Case ski pass gives you access to 210 kilometres of slopes for both beginners and experienced skiers. Your Pas de la Case ski hire will allow you to take advantage of the 71 ski lifts, chairlifts and gondolas to hurtle down the slopes at your own pace. There are also several fun parks, a mogul field course and even four snow parks if you are thinking of renting a snowboard. One of these is open in the evenings thanks to artificial lighting. Are you more of a cross-country skier? Take advantage of your Pas de la Case ski hire to try your hand at this activity on the 30 kilometres of the resort's Nordic area. The opportunity to admire the superb landscapes of the region in a wild environment. Another advantage is that some of the ski runs in Pas de la Case have wi-fi spots allowing you to stay connected to the internet while skiing. The resort also boasts a lively nightlife with night ski slopes open in the evenings such as the Tubs.
The village of Pas de la Case
Once you have found your Pas de la Case ski hire at the best prices, you will still have time to enjoy the relaxed and family atmosphere of the Pas de la Case village. Mostly frequented by a young population, the resort has many bars within walking distance as well as café terraces. Of course, if you want to keep the adventure going all night long, this is also possible thanks to the trendy clubs in the village. A great opportunity to discover some of Europe's most famous DJs. Outside the city centre, your après-ski moments can continue in a hotel made entirely of snow or in the nearby Caldea hot springs. After a long day's skiing, you can relax in the naturally warm, mineral and sulphur-rich water.
The other activities of the resort
If ski equipment hire is essential to enjoy the Pas de la Case ski area, it is not the only possibility. You can also go tobogganing down the slopes with your family, eat, go out and take care of yourself, and even discover the resort in the summer and enjoy all sorts of fun activities.
Eating, going out and taking care of yourself at Pas de la Case
Pas de la Case has a wide choice of restaurants serving local specialities. Some even specialise in Franco-Spanish dishes for a nice touch of exoticism during your stay. The main street of the village is lined with lively bars, café terraces and small independent shops where you will find nice souvenirs and local products. And to take your evenings even further, Pas de la Case has several lively clubs during the tourist season. Finally, to take care of yourself, leave your Pas de la Case ski hire aside and go for a swim in the hot springs of Caldea, which are as good for the skin as they are for the spirit!
Summer activities in the mountains in summer
Summer is also a great time to discover Pas de la Case and the Pyrenees in general. Take advantage of the chairlifts and gondolas to climb to the top of the slopes, which are then transformed into hiking trails. The snow gives way to lush green landscapes and unspoilt nature. You can also climb on your bike to try your hand at downhill mountain biking. Sensations guaranteed! Pas de la Case also has several lakes to explore by pedal boat or kayak, as well as adventure parks where you can do zip-line or accrobranches. Viaferrata and canyoning routes can also be done nearby for holidaymakers in search of thrills.
Access to the station
Pas de la Case station is easily accessible by train thanks to numerous nearby stations such as Andorra Station. The nearest international airport is Toulouse-Bagnac, 170 kilometres to the north. Finally, from Paris, it takes approximately 8.5 hours by car to reach the station via the A20 motorway.