Considering the average elevation in Andorra hovers around 2000m, the climate remains relatively cool year-round. That means it's a great locale for escaping the summer heat. It also translates to Andorra receiving significant snowfall during winter making it an excellent destination for a skiing holiday as good coverage is virtually guaranteed on its pistes. The Andorran economy is almost entirely supported by tourism and ski resorts make up a substantial portion of that.
With more than 200km of ski runs for all skill levels, Grandvalira is famous for being one of the largest ski resorts in the world, it also has a reputation as a favourite for travellers who like to party during their Andorra ski holidays.
The smallest ski resort in Andorra still offers plenty of variety and a range of slopes for skiers of varying ability. The nearby Vallnord ski station hosts the main stages of bot the the European and World Ski Mountaineering Championships.
Located near the Hotel Parador Canaro, this small resort is a short-drive from Grandvalira and provides less challenging slopes for beginners.