What Is the World’s Biggest Ski Resort?

The world’s biggest ski resort is a hotly contested title, as there are many contenders for the crown. However, one resort stands out above the rest – the Grandvalira Ski Resort in Andorra. Located in the tiny nation between France and Spain, Grandvalira boasts a staggering 210-kilometres of ski runs spread across six ski areas – Pas de la Casa/Grau Roig, Soldeu/El Tarter, Encamp, Canillo, Ordino Arcalis and Soldeu/El Tarter.

Grandvalira is one of Europe’s most popular resorts and has been since its opening in 2003. It has hosted several international competitions such as the Alpine Ski World Cup or the European Freestyle Skiing Championships and was also part of the first ever Freeride World Tour. With over 120 slopes of all levels – from easy “green” runs to challenging black diamond slopes – there is something for everyone at Grandvalira.

The resort also offers a wide range of activities and accommodations to suit all tastes and budgets. The Grandvalira Hotel offers luxury rooms and suites with views of the mountains while there are also many self-catering apartments available to rent in the villages surrounding Grandvalira.

In addition to skiing and snowboarding, visitors can enjoy activities such as curling on one of Europe’s longest curling tracks or take a ride on Europe’s highest zip line at 2km long!

Grandvalira also provides guests with plenty of apres-ski options with two lively villages offering bars, restaurants and clubs for après-ski entertainment until late!

Conclusion: With an impressive 210 kilometres of skiable terrain across six ski areas and an array of activities for all ages, it is no surprise that Grandvalira Ski Resort in Andorra has become known as the world’s biggest ski resort. Whether you are an experienced skier looking for challenging slopes or just a beginner wanting to enjoy some winter fun on the slopes; Grandvalira has something for everyone!

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Alex Wright