Stunning off-piste, practically intact landscapes and excellent natural snow for the sporty skier. The Ordino Arcalís ski resort in Andorra offers great versatility with 30 kilometers of ski slopes and 27 slopes for all levels, ideal for both extreme skiers and beginners. Its natural environment offers incredible wild lines where the most experienced riders of the Freeride World Tour compete. Ordino Arcalís also has the longest ski slope in the Pyrenees, the Megaverde, 8km long. A unique opportunity to glide along an easy and safe stretch, which runs from the highest point of the resort to the lowest point. The resort perfectly balances different levels of difficulty, with 45% of its top-level slopes for expert skiers, such as the black La Gran Canal. In this corner of the Valley of Ordino, it is possible to ski without seeing the skis thanks to its northeast orientation. The resort has more acres of off-piste than runway, a true paradise for freeriders with areas of powdered snow with easy access and exit. In honor of this, two of the most anticipated freeride competitions of the calendar are celebrated in this area, such as the Dorado Freeride, scoring test for the FWT, and the Jam Extreme. In addition, the resort forms part of the Vallnord ski area, which, through the commercial union of Pal Arinsal with Ordino Arcalís, extends its domain to 93 kilometers of skiing with 68 slopes. Both resorts share a pass, but they are not physically connected and the transfer from one point to another must be done by car. It's time to jump into the snow and live on the edge at Ordino Arcalís resort!