Skiing in La Molina
With no fewer than 145km of piste and an efficient array of over 30 lifts, La Molina is a superb choice for school skiing. La Molina is linked with Masella and is also known collectively as Alp 2500. Skiing here starts at 1667m and climbs to an impressive 2537m at the highest point.
La Molina is famed for being the oldest ski resort in Spain, originally opening to visitors as long ago as 1943. The slopes offer a great mix for all abilities, and the extensive nature of the resort ensures there is enough piste available to keep everyone happy. The warmer climate in the Pyrenees provides a perfect environment for beginners, avoiding the sometimes harsher conditions known in the Alps. It's a short transfer from Barcelona airport and can be reached from Calais in as little as 12hrs.
- Great for beginners and intermediates
- High altitude
- Large ski area
- Oldest ski resort in Spain
The Ski Factfile
|Number of Pistes||- 29 Green, 42 Blue, 44 Red, 16 Black|
|Length of Pistes||80 km|
|Longest Run||5 km|
|Pistes||Open & Tree Lined|
|Direction of Slopes||N|
|Ski Lifts||1 gondola, 19 Magic Carpets/Draglifts, 13 Chairlifts|