OPTIONS FOR NON-SKIERS
Access for Non-Skiers
Pas de la Casa is the only Andorran resort to have pistes which run directly into its town centre.
This means that non-skiers can share in the snowsports experience and feel part of the day's activity.
However, the resort's chairlifts are NOT accessible by non-skiing pedestrians.
The Funicamp cable car* from the town of Encamp is open to pedestrians. Its top station sits on the high-altitude Collada d'Enradort ridge at over 2447 m (8028 ft); the restaurants and facilities there are excellent and the views are amazing, but non-skiers have to travel all the way to Encamp (and back) by road to use this lift.
Alternatively, non-skiers can either take a taxi to Grau Roig, or a taxi or bus to any of the gondola* stations at Soldeu (nearest), El Tarter or Canillo. All of these have restaurants and services areas which are accessible by pedestrians and slope-users alike, meaning that non-skiers can meet up with friends on the pistes.
*Special ‘pedestrian passes’ are available for the Funicamp cable car and for each of the gondolas: each pass permits one return journey on one [same] lift.
There are no other pedestrian-accessible lifts within the ski areas beyond these.
Some of the alternative activities on offer are accessible using pedestrian passes; some are even accessible without requiring any lift pass purchase.
Options for Non-Skiers