School Ski Trips to Andorra
One of Europe's smallest countries... some of Europe's biggest skiing!
In the past Andorra was known as a lesser ski destination compared to the more traditional resorts in France and Italy, in recent years following huge investment, the skiing is as good if not better than some of those rivals. The more gentle gradients of the Pyrenees, coupled with the generally warmer climate makes Andorra the perfect place for learning to ski. Despite an average of 300 days of sunshine every year, the snow conditions are excellent and the seasons run for the same duration as other ski areas in Europe - early December through to mid-April.
The Andorran people are incredibly welcoming and friendly which makes visiting here a pleasure. Everyone wants to help and the country not only values the importance of tourism, it actively encourages visitors to share the delights of this beautiful country.
Why Go Skiing in Andorra?
- Excellent snow records and long seasons.
- High altitude. Many people are surprised to learn the resorts in Andorra are as high as the Alps with skiing starting at around 1800m.
- Warmer climate. But not too warm! Andorra has an average of 300 sunny days every year, but despite the better weather, the snow conditions are not compromised.
- It's a great place for beginners and intermediates. Skiing in the Pyrenees is ideal for beginners and intermediates due to the slope gradients being generally more forgiving.
Ski Resorts in Andorra
You can view more about our available ski resorts in Andorra - simply follow the links below: