Formiguères is a ski resort in the French Pyrenees, located in the Pyrénées-Orientales department in the Occitanie region.
The resort opened in 1973 with a four km road from the village of Formigueres towards the Calmazeilles valley, a site at an altitude of 1,750 m known to the locals for its abundant snow cover. The station starts with three ski lifts, a red, a blue and a green slope serving the top of the Perxes Blanches.
The Serre de Maury chairlift allows a significant extension of the area, which doubles in size and reaches an altitude of 2320 m. Tracks of all levels (from blue to black) are open in this vast forest sector.
25 km of trails
19 slopes (3 green, 6 blue, 9 red and 1 black), 6 lifts, carpet beginner area, board cross, cross-country skiing trails.
The maximum height is 2400 m.
The minimum height is 1700 m.
Day ski passes
Regular Price – € 32.50
Reduced price (children and youth from 5 to 17 years old, students up to 26 years old) -29 €
The Formiguères ski resort has long been a favorite destination for hiking enthusiasts in winter and summer. Les Camporells is a must-see. It is located in the heart of the Regional Natural Park of the Catalan Pyrenees.
How to get there?
From Perpignan: RN116 to Mont Louis, then Les Angles / Formiguères.
Distance: 94 km
From Toulouse: A61 to Foix, then RN20 to Puymorens tunnel, then towards Mont Louis and Les Angles / Formiguères.
Distance: 177 km
€ 1 bus Perpignan> Latour de Carol
Coordinates: 42 ° 37 ′ 24 ″ N, 2 ° 04 ′ 14 ″ E