The Ski Resort
Just 90 minutes from Barcelona, almost 50 kilometres of pistes await skiers at Port del Comte. The ski area offers 37 slopes and 16 lifts and extends over five peaks. Located in the foothills of the Pyrenees, most of the runs run through pine forests. A specially marked freeride zone even invites you to go treeskiing.
From the valley, skiers can start directly on the various mountains of the ski area. However, the central entry point is Prat Donadó. Here, beginners will find their own practice area with several lifts and green-marked, i.e. very easy, slopes. There is also a Kids Park, where piste fleas can practice their first turns in peace and quiet. Freestylers will also find what they are looking for, as the Prat Donadó lift will take them to the Snow Park, which has obstacles for beginners and experts alike. For the rest of us, the El Querol chairlift takes us up to the 2,110 metre high mountain of the same name. At the top station there are slopes for all levels. While beginners can explore the 3.3-kilometre-long La Serp slope, which is one of the longest in the ski area, sporty skiers can choose between the red-marked La Dreta or the difficult El Tub Coma or La Sant Grau slopes.
A little further west, the El Sucre area begins, with several intermediate pistes on its slopes. But even for beginners, the trip up to 2,070 metres is worthwhile, as the blue-marked Els Galls run starts at the summit. La Bòfia chairlift, the third summit of Port del Comte, can be reached from Sucre via the La Rasa Bòfia or L'Obaga runs. In addition to blue and red marked runs, the slopes open up their own freeride area, El Bosquet. The 27 hectares of deep snow are set between trees.
Towards the north, the last peaks await winter sports enthusiasts, the 2,240-metre-high Prat de l'Orri and the 2,338-metre-high Tossal de L'Estivella. The slopes of the L'Estivella area extend on both sides of the mountains, with the northern side having more slopes. With blue, red and black marked runs, all skiers and snowboarders will once again get their money's worth here.
- Offering 30 miles of slopes and terrain, Port del Comte is among the 10 largest Ski Resorts in Spain.
- Port del Comte is among the 10 best rated Ski Resorts in Spain.
- It is among the 10 most family-friendly ski Resorts in Spain.
- Elevated between 5577 ft and 7874 ft, the Ski Resort is among the 10 highest elevated Ski Resorts in Spain. The vertical drop from summit to base is 2297 ft. The average difference in altitude between base and summit of Ski Resorts in Spain is 1844 ft.
- Average snow depth during the season is 30 " at summit elevation and 14 " at base elevation. Snow coverage is usually best during January, offering an average snow depth of 32 " at summit elevation and 15 " at the base.
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If you are coming by car from Barcelona, you can get to the resort on the C-25, and at Manresa take the C-55, which leads to Solsona. There, take the LV-4241 towards Lladurs and follow the road to Port del Comte.
The nearest train stations are in Manresa or Lleida.
The nearest airports are in Barcelona or Lleida.