Espot and Port Ainé resorts are located in the Pallars region, which extends, from south to north, from the Collegats gorge to the village of Alós d'Isil, following the course of the river Noguera Pallaresa.
These resorts offer as diverse options as snowshoeing, igloo building, as well as skiing and other adventure activities such as rafting, canyoning, horseback riding, quad biking, jumping, canoeing and kayaking. A whole world to discover.
Espot is characterized by its tracks in the middle of lush black pine forests. It has more than 23 km of skiing and 1,000 m of elevation gain, and enjoys a unique privileged location in the Pyrenees, being the onlyresort located next to a National Park, that of Aigüestortes and Sant Maurici Lake.
On the other hand, Espot became, in 2013, the first ski and mountain resort in the Catalan Pyrenees to obtain the seal of tourist quality "Family Tourism Destination" awarded by the Catalan Tourism Agency, for which they recognize the main tourist attractions aimed at the family audience that the resort has.
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Several activities have been planned, both for families and adults: from costume contests to a gymnasium around the station
Boí Taüll, Espot and Port Ainé accumulate snow thicknesses of up to 130 cm, 95 cm and 75 cm respectively and La Molina will open all its sectors
The Espot Esquí resort will debut a new 140-metre tubbing track this winter season 2022-2023.
FGC and the Espot and Port Ainé resorts collaborate in this action that is part of the Mountain Calling project organized by the Loser Surfers association
Season passes will be available at a discount of up to 20% for purchases made before 27 November
Among the actions planned for this year are the adaptation of roads and different sectors of the resorts, the installation of new viewpoints and the protection of flora and fauna.
Be the skier or snowboarder with the most kilometers covered this season and you can win a FGC Turisme season ski pass for the winter 2022/2023
The ski resort of Espot hosted today the FIS Para Alpine Ski 2023 Giant Slalom test, a competition in which the two Spanish athletes registered for the world championships made their debut
The Italian Chiara Mazzel (Vision Impaired), the German Anna-Maria Rieder (Women Standing) and the Dutch Barbara Van Bergen (Women Sitting) head the podiums in the women's category. In the men's category, the winners were the Austrians Johannes Aigner (Vision Impaired) and Markus Salcher (Men Standing), and the Norwegian Jesper Pedersen (Men Sitting)
Italy's Chiara Mazzel (Vision Impaired), Sweden's Eva Aarsjoe (Women Standing) and Germany's Anna-Lenna Forster (Women Sitting) topped the podiums in the women's category. In the men's category, the winners were Austria's Johannes Aigner (Vision Impaired), France's Arthur Bauchet (Men Standing) and Norway's Jesper Pedersen (Men Sitting)
Espot Esquí hosts the 2023 FIS Para Alpine Ski world championships from January 20 to 29, a competition in which 87 athletes from 26 countries participate
Espot hosts from January 20 to 29 the FIS Para Alpine Ski 2023 World Championships, a competition in which 87 athletes from 26 countries will participate.
The Espot ski resort, in the Pyrenees, dresses up to receive 9 days of competitions.