Wide and well-marked slopes, dense forests and an ideal area for beginners. The resort of Port del Comte, located in the Catalan Pre-Pyrenees, is the closest to Barcelona and has a real family atmosphere. In its 50km skiing area, there are runs for all levels, which run through a lush pine forest. Through the different trails that link the 39 slopes, skiers enjoy unique descents. Port del Comte is divided into three distinct areas: The Hotel Zone, for beginners; El Sucre, with a maximum level in El Querol (2.110m) for intermediate, and La Estivella, reaching its highest level in Clot Rodó (2,323m) for advanced skiers, although this zone is only accessible by lifts during weekends. The maximum skiable slope can be made from El Querol to the base of the Hostel slope (1,730m), where you can choose to descend on a blue run of minimal difficulty, or on a red or black run of maximum difficulty. For those keen to avoid trees while skiing, Port del Comte opened a free-ski area for beginners looking for adventure. A great option for skiers and snowboarders who prefer to ski freely and feel the force of the snow beneath their feet. In addition, the station benefits from good snow maintenance throughout the season thanks to the winds from the east, the forests that surround its slopes and innovation.