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Ski Pallars-Tavascan resort

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  • Min. and max. elevation: 1,750 m-2,250 m
  • Lifts: 3
  • Total circuits: 6 km
  • Slopes: 7 (1 blue, 2 green, 2 red, 2 black)
  • Snow area: -
  • Snow production: -
  • Cross-country circuit: 8 km
  • Ski School: Yes
  • Snowpark: ecological snowpark
  • Downhill ski pass: €20 adult and €14  child
  • Cross-country ski pass: €10  adult and €5 child
  • Website: www.tavascan.net

  • For more information: 973 623 089 - 665 67 01 93

TERRITORY / REGION:

Lleida

Virgin snow and the wilderness

This is a small mixed downhill and cross-country skiing resort where you can enjoy the mountains in their purest form.

As they say, good things come in small parcels. Tavascan, with its 6 skiable kilometres and 7 slopes, is a very popular resort for mountain enthusiasts. The numbers may be small, but its charm helps you to understand why it is a unique resort. Located 10 km from the village of Tavascan in a place of great natural beauty, it is a resort for downhill, mountain and cross-country skiers and snowboarders whether they are beginners or demanding experts.

Between downhill skiing and cross-country skiing

Ski Pallars-Tavascan is a multipurpose resort where you can do both downhill and cross-country skiing in ideal conditions. The resort is passionate about cross-country skiing, which it started doing in 1992. With 8 km signposted, it is highly regarded as a destination by cross-country skiers.

At the lowest point of the resort at 1,750 m stands the Pleta del Prat hostel, offering the finestin local and mountain cuisine. The highest point, at 2,250 m, is where the Mascarida red run and the Canals black run begin.

Since 2011 the resort has joined the fashionable freestyle trend and created an ecological snowpark area located at its highest point.

Natural snow

Up until now, Tavascan hasn’t needed to use snow-producing machines as the area’s climate is usually good enough not to need artificial snow production.

As it is an untouched place it attracts skiers who want to freeride. The off-piste terrain allows people to ski all day on virgin snow. Surrounded by the Pic des Tovarres, Tuc de la Cima, Campirme and Lake Diable, skiers can enjoy some fascinating scenery. On these peaks ski enthusiasts have the chance to put on skis or snowshoes to go on memorable outings.

As part of its commitment to mountain activities, Tavascan has set up an ARVA avalanche beacon training facility at a height of 2250 m. This means the resort promotes the safety of all those who wish to take up mountain sports or who need to improve their knowledge. It also provides training about protocols for searching using technological devices.

Three resorts, one ski pass

Tavascan forms part of Ski Pallars, which allows skiers to combine the three Pallars resorts, Tavascan, Port Ainé and Espot Esquí, and enjoy their 54.5 km of slopes. Skiing is for everyone in Port Ainé, family sport in Espot Esquí and a mountain environment is available for downhill skiing, snowboarding and cross-country skiing in Tavascan.