Extensive and well-maintained slopes, abundant natural landscapes and magnificent facilities on the northern slope of the Catalan Pyrenees. The Baqueira Beret ski resort is in the exquisite Arán Valley, in the province of Lleida, and is one of the largest ski areas in Spain, with 155 kilometers spread over 106 slopes. Part of these pass through the neighboring Valle de Aneu, just across the Port of Bonaigua, a must for skiers passionate about nature and elegance. Its unique geographical location in the middle of the mountain range makes it easy for skiers of all levels to find pleasure in snow, skiing and slopes, with more than 7km of routes and 7km of cross-country skiing. Baqueira Beret is particularly attractive for freeriders, in search of freedom and powdered snow. The Aran Valley presents a fantastic alpine landscape in all its forms, reaching 2,510m in altitude in Tuc del Dossau in Beret, and Tuc de la Llança in the area of Bonaigua. Overlooking mountain summits that exceed 3,000m in height, such as Maladeta and Aneto, increases the desire to ski. The resort is made up of the three large areas of Baqueira, Beret and Bonaigua. According to the sector, the skier finds different levels of difficulty and a new natural environment. The most demanding tracks, such as Luis Arias or the legendary Escornacabres, one of the most mythical off-road descents are in Baqueira. Beret, on the other hand, is quiet and family-friendly, with soft descents and broad slopes. The area of the Bonaigua is renowned for its abundance of snow, great mountains and high peaks. Baqueira and Beret offer an amazing natural landscape with facilities to guarantee maximum relaxation.