The Ski Resort
In Valdelinares you will spend your holiday in the highest ski resort in Spain. At 1693 metres you will find numerous winter sports attractions in the middle of the Sierra de Gúdar, which promise a great winter holiday for the whole family
Whether freestyle, snow park or groomed slopes, there is something for everyone in Valdelinares. At the Snowypark you can teach your kids their first turns yourself or watch them take ski lessons. Beginners can look forward to four blue practice slopes and advanced skiers can plunge into the powder snow on four red slopes.
A skicross zone, the Villarejo snow park, slalom and snowspeed pistes and a freestyle area offer variety and make your holiday an unforgettable experience!
- The vertical drop from summit to base is 984 ft. The average difference in altitude between base and summit of Ski Resorts in Spain is 1844 ft. Runs and slopes are therefore relatively short. The highest point of the track is 6562 ft above sea level.
- The ski resort is among the 10 ski Resorts with best conditions in Spain.
Snow Safety & Snowmaking
On Mountain Dining
In between you can warm up in the cafeteria 1900 next to the snowpark. Right next to the Funpark Funny Track you will find the restaurant La Esquina, where you can fortify yourself with a snack and then start back into the slope adventure with new strength
The Chocolate Caliente at El Obrador is also delicious. In the cosy café you can enjoy a delicious coffee and pastries made from local ingredients both before and after skiing
A real experience is the skicross zone, where you can board down the slope on uneven slopes with bumps and jumps and show off your technique
Marvel at spectacular stunts and jump over jumps in the Villarejo Snowpark. If you are a freestyle pro, you should definitely visit the freestyle zone. There you can try out the latest jumps over challenging obstacles
Slalom fans can race through obstacles with their friends on the Ventisquero slope and measure their speed at the end. Fun on the slopes is guaranteed here!
Younger skiers and beginners will find plenty of child-friendly obstacles and slalom courses at Snowy Pista Valdelinares, where they can make their first attempts at skiing on flat terrain!
In the Trineos zone you can go sledding after skiing and from 10 am to 5 pm you can go down the sledding hill with the whole family. If you don't have a sled yet, you can buy one there. Day tickets for adults cost €19.50, for children €15.50
Nature lovers can discover the vastness of the Sierra de Gúdar on snowshoes. The ski school offers guided tours
Après-Ski and Nightlife
At the weekend, the Snowy Terraza is a real insider tip. Whether beer, cappuccino or gin and tonic, here everyone will find something to end the ski day with
Dining and Restaurants
Spanish specialties are available at Restaurante Self Valdelinares. Take your lunch break there and enjoy the parrillas, pastas and delicious desserts
For the best burger in the resort, head to Bocatería Dos Mil, which also offers a wide selection of sandwiches and the Snowy menu for kids
Infrastructure & Rental
The ski school Escuela de Esquí Aramón - Valdelinares offers courses for alpine skiing, snowboarding, telemark and crutch skiing
In the ski depot you can rent alpine skis and snowboards as well as freestyle and all-mountain skis, snowblades and snowshoes
Number of Ski Rental
The Valdelinares ski resort is located about 150 kilometres northwest of Valencia in the Sierra de Gúdar. By car, you can reach the ski resort from Valencia airport via the A23 in the direction of Aragón. After exit 76, follow the A 228 until you reach your destination. The journey takes about two hours
From Teruel you can reach Valdelinares by car in about one hour via the A 226