The resort closes the ski domain but the catering services at the base of the resort and the customer service point will remain open
Due to the adverse weather conditions of the last few weeks and despite the efforts of all the resort's teams throughout the season, Vallter is forced to close the ski area from Thursday, March 23.
With the aim of minimizing the impact on customers of this exceptional situation, all those people who have the Ripollès Season Ski Pass purchased in Vallter will be able to ski in the rest of FGC Turisme's resorts (La Molina, Vall de Núria, Espot Esquí, Port Ainé and Boí Taüll) until the end of the season, scheduled for next April 10. To be able to access the ski domain of the other resorts, users will have to go to the customer service points (see list here) where, by showing their valid season pass, they will receive an invitation pass.
As for people who have purchased Day Ski Pass for Vallter on dates after the closure, they will be able to make the automatic refund through the store by accessing their Pirineu365 user account.
Despite the early closure of the ski domain, activity at the mountain resort continues. In this sense, the accesses to Vallter will remain open and it is expected that the Food Truck catering services and the Pla de Morens cafeteria will be open in the coming weekends. The Pla de Morens Customer Service Center will also be open the coming weekends of March 25 and 26 and April 1 and 2 from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m.
All in all, from the station we invite all people to continue visiting Vallter in the coming months, the Parc Natural de les Capçaleres del Ter i el Freser is open de 365 days of the year. Cyclists, hikers, alpinists, mountain skiers and recreational visitors will find a unique environment and a territory worth discovering. See you there!