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Except for beginners' day-passes and restricted-area ‘Freestyle’ snowpark passes, all other standard lift pass options available are full Grandvalira area passes: covering all sectors at Soldeu-El Tarter & Canillo, plus Pas de la Casa-Grau Roig (including the Funicamp from Encamp).

Area passes are available for children (6–11 years old), youths (12–17 years old) and adults (18–64 years old):

Half-day  13:00hrs–close;
Full-day  and multiples thereof
(the longer the duration, the cheaper the equivalent daily rate);
Full Season  covering the entire winter season for the whole Grandvalira domain; and
Yearly  covering both the full winter & summer seasons.

Inexpensive day-passes, solely for the beginners' zones at El Forn (Canillo sector), El Tarter, Grau Roig or Pas de la Casa are also available;
as are reduced-price ‘Freestyle’ passes covering some principal access lifts/pistes plus the snowparks (at El Tarter, Grau Roig and Pas de la Casa only).

Passes are free-of-charge for children under 6; prices for 6–11 year olds are approx. 25 per cent cheaper than those for adults; those for 12–17 year olds are approx. 12.5 per cent cheaper than those for adults.
Passes for guests aged 65–70 years old are available at a much reduced daily rate; passes are free for the over 70s.

A photo is required only for individual passes with more than four day's duration. Proof of age is required at the time of purchase for age-related discounted passes.
Pedestrian Passes
If you're a non-skier, but wish to travel up to the mid-station hubs & mountain restaurants, you can purchase a ‘Pedestrian Pass’ for each journey on the Funicamp from Encamp, or for the gondolas from Canillo, El Tarter or Soldeu.

There are no other ski lifts accessible to pedestrians;  to join on-piste companions, the best option is to meet up at one of the mid-station hubs at the top of the gondolas, or at the high-altitude Solanelles restaurants/services complex at the top of the Funicamp, or to travel by bus or taxi to the base station at Grau Roig.
Further information for non-skiers is given in our Alternative Activities chapter.
Seasonal Pricing Periods
Lift pass prices are up to 20 per cent cheaper during off-peak dates.
High Season  Every weekend; the week leading up to Christmas until the week after New Year; almost all of February; and Easter.
Off-peak  Covers all other dates during the winter season.


Grandvalira passes are hands-free: the ski lift turnstiles detect them remotely and operate automatically; for best results, place them [securely] in a lefthand pocket. Enhanced passcards are also available (deposit required), which can be recharged on future visits or returned to any Grandvalira lift pass kiosk for deposit refund.


‘First Snow’
A great opportunity for the keenest early risers. On selected days (normally at weekends), members of Grandvalira's visitor welcome team accompany small groups of [competent standard] guests on a special early ski lift (08:00hrs) for a whizz around the lower slopes, making first tracks on the freshly groomed pistes before the station officially opens to the public.

A small lift-pass supplement is charged, but you usually get a hot drink and some nibbles included. Places are limited; for further information and to make a booking, please enquire at a Grandvalira lift pass kiosk or at the Adventure Activities Centre on the Espiolets Plateau (Soldeu sector).


National Lift Pass
A good option for those with their own transport.
The Ski Andorra Ski Pass permits access to all of Andorra's ski areas.
Please consult our Ski Andorra page for full details.
Where to Buy a Ticket
The main lift pass kiosks are at Canillo, El Tarter and Soldeu gondola base stations; there are also some on the approach to the Tarter chairlift at El Tarter base. Grandvalira lift passes can also be purchased at any of the Encamp, Grau Roig or Pas de la Casa access points; or pre-booked online at
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Snowsports Accident Cover
Accident rescue services are not automatically included with standard lift pass or instruction packages:  it is your responsibility to make sure that you are adequately covered by your travel insurance policy, or to purchase a supplemental piste-rescue upgrade from the lift pass office in resort.
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