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  • It ends at Lac de Cubil, and it is quite limited if you are an intermediate, although for a beginner it is ok. This "local area" product is only available from the tour operator you bought your holiday with, and you would need to ask them for the price to upgrade it. Steve

  • Hi George I just emailed you the details. Steve

  • Hi Emiliano I just replied to your email. Steve

  • Hi Sue We're hoping and planning that the schedule for airport transfers from Barcelona (as well as Toulouse) will be back to normal, although we're yet to know whether the current restrictions will remain in place to limit the capacity of the vehicles and for mask wearing etc. We'll be keeping our Covid page updated with all the latest info, as well as our Facebook page. Regards Steve

  • Hi Sue The Grandvalira ski season is due to run from 3rd December 2021 until 18th April 2022, weather and all things permitting. Currently Andorra is doing amazing well at keeping on top of Covid, as of today less than 200 active cases in the whole country, so we're feeling very positive about next winter. Steve

  • Hi Sue That's right, there isn't an airport in Andorra (although there is talk of one being developed), so most visitors (coming further than France or Spain) will fly into either Barcelona or Toulouse, then a bus/taxi/car hire from there. For more info you could take a look at our blog article "How to Get to Andorra" which has further details you may find useful. Steve

  • Hi Sarah Great to hear you're thinking of skiing in Pas de la Casa this winter! We're offering free cancellation for any reason up to seven days before travel. Then, within seven days, it's still free cancellation for Covid-related issues. You can find full details on our Covid updates page here. Just ask if you have any other questions. Steve

  • Hi John The bars and restaurants should be fine - they missed out on a month of trade this winter, but most don't open durign the summer months, so the restaurants and bars in Pas de la Casa should be ok again for next winter. Steve

  • Hi there, Apres is a difficult one to predict as we can certainly recommend some places with good DJs etc but of course we can't guarantee how busy/lively they will be! Just to manage your expectations though, there isn't really any 'dancing on tables' type mountain apres as there is in French ski resorts. However, there are some really good DJ's that play at Veuve Clicquot lounge in Soldeu, Iqos Terrace in El Tarter, Cala Bassa in Pas de la Casa (as you mentioned :)), and all generally get quit…

  • Hi Abi, 1) I personally have skied on an indoor ski slope and outdoor slopes, and whilst indoor slopes are good at helping you learn to ski, I think an outdoor ski slope and the conditions are very different, so I would definitely recommend lessons! You would most likely be classed as an advanced beginner (making snow plough turns), so classes would start at 2pm and last for 3 hours per day - you can join ski school for 3, 4 or 5 days. If you wanted to do less than 3 hour per day and start in th…

  • Hi Mark, The lift pass and lunch offer is only available when pre-booked. It is not available when purchasing at the ticket office in resort. Ella

  • Hi, Unfortunately there is no exact science when it comes to predicting snowfall. Over the next week or so we are expecting a large amount of snow, so we can predict that the conditions would be good around the 10th, though not as certain for the end of the month as we don't know what the snow forecast looks like yet. You can look at our galleries to see snow conditions for each month from previous years: Ella

  • Not a problem - the irish stew is amazing, one of my favourites after a day on the slopes! Have a great holiday. Ella

  • Hi Leo, The kitchen at Paddy's is open on Monday's & Tuesday's till 6pm, and every other day till 8pm, with last orders at 7:30pm. Thank you for pointing this out though - we will be sure to change the discount vouchers to clarify this! Ella

  • Hi Shane, The collection office does get busy in the mornings, though generally the queues move very quickly. I would suggest getting there as early as possible though, just in case. If you have arrived in resort before 4pm, you can always collect your lift passes the day before. The ticket office opening hours are 8:30am-4pm. Ella

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    Hi, Unfortunately there are no ski guides for the Pas de la Casa area, though there are mountain guide excursions for cross-country skiing. You can find out more here: It could be worth looking into booking a private lesson with an instructor and ask, rather than to be taught, to be shown the area and the best pistes. You can book these by contacting the ski school directly on +376 871920 or +376 872927. Apologies I couldn't be of more help. Ella

  • Hi, Advanced beginners are generally able to make controlled plough turns down the hill on an easy slope unaided and not fall over regularly. Advanced beginner lessons start at 2pm. Ella

  • Hi, A taxi from Hospitalet to Pas de la Casa would be approximately 30 euros. Usually taxis are called when needed rather than pre-booked, however it may be worth giving them a call to see if you can book one in advance. Here are the phone numbers of the taxis’ companies: Taxis Pas de la Casa: Taxi Altitud Pas (TAP) (+376) 856 255. Taxis Hospitalet: (+33) 5 61 64 47 14. Ella

  • Hi Ashley, Pas 83, Olimpiades and El Marselles all have vegan options, though I'm sure many other restaurants would be willing to accommodate if you mention your dietary requirements. Hope this helps! Ella