La Molina ski resort with 70 km of slopes

La Molina is a Catalan ski resort dedicated to winter sports, that started to operate its first commercial ski lift in 1943. In its history, it offered sports and fun activities for all audiences.

Most of its area is located in La Cerdanya, it has 70 skiable kilometers, spread across 66 slopes for all levels, a large snowpark and the largest super pipe in the Pyrenees. Additionally, it offers a large number of activities available also to the non-skier members of public, such as, snow grooming excursions on trekking machines, snowshoeing or segway on snow.

In addition, it has a long history of hosting international events, such as the Alpine Ski World Cup (2008), the Snowboard World Championships (2011) or the Alpine Skiing World Championships for the Disabled (2013). Therefore, it has a long history behind it and a bright future ahead.

You can find a wide range of gastronomic and hotel offers for a perfect stay, not only in La Molina, but also in the Cerdanya, Berguedà and Ripollès regions.

How to get to La Molina

La Molina ski resort is located in La Cerdanya, a region of the Catalan Pyrenees, and has an optimum accessibility. Coordinates GPS: 42º 20 ‘03.90 “N • 1º 56’ 04.59” E

Bus access: La Molina has a daily Ski Bus service offered by Sagalés with stops in Granollers, Barcelona, Terrassa and Manresa. A return bus trip can be arranged together with a ski pass and insurance.

Access by train: during the winter season there is a regular daily bus transport from the train station, operating every 30 minutes during the week, (from 08:45 a.m. to 10:00 a.m., and 4:00 p.m. to 6:30 pm), and every 15 minutes on weekends and holidays, to the ski resort with on demand stops at the main hotels on the way to the station and official stop at the central offices of La Molina – Gondola lift area (Zona Telecabina) Alp 2500 and Long Track (Pista Llarga). From 10:00 am to 4:00 pm this service operates hourly from Pista Llarga, and every 1h15, from the train station.

Technical characteristics of La Molina

Ski slopes

70 km of slopes

Artificially snow-covered slopes: 41 km (59% of the ski area)

Cannons: 513

Maximum height: 2,445 m

Minimum height: 1,700 meters

15 lifts: 28,380 skiers / hour

Special zones

Sleds: 2

Snowpark: 1

Snowshoe trail: 1

FIS competition stages: 4

Superpipe: 1

PMR adapted route: 1

Segway Tour: 1

Adventure Park through the trees: 1

Driving circuit 4 × 4: 1

Tubbing tracks: 1

ARVA Park: 1

66 downhill ski runs

Green slopes: 19

Blue slopes: 18

Red slopes: 22

Black runs: 7

Services on the slopes and at the foot of the slopes

Ski schools: 12

Adapted sports center: 1

Bars and restaurants: 6

Children’s areas and snow parks: 1

Lockers: 19

Information and reservation center: 1

Parking zones: 7

Rental of material: 1

Internal bus: 1

Medical Center: 1

Schedule

The winter season 2018-2019: November 24, 2018 – April 22, 2019

The opening hours of La Molina station are:

Central Offices – Customer Service

From 8:30 to 18:00

Ski resort (except 25/12 and 24/04: from 9 am to 1 pm): 09:00 to 17:00

Alp 2500, Font Canaleta and Roc Blanc ticket offices

From 8:30 to 14:00 public holidays and weekends

Lockers: from 8:30 to 16:30 Monday to Sunday

Alabaus lockers: from 08:30 to 14:00 Monday to Sunday

Customer service: 972 89 20 31, [email protected]

Skipass prices – La Molina
Season 2018-2019

Prices include VAT

Skipass 1/2 day (4 hours)ADULT (15-64 years)36 EUROS
JUNIOR (12-14 years)34 EUROS
KIDS (7-11 years)28 EUROS
Skipass 1 dayADULT (15-64 years)40 EUROS
JUNIOR (12-14 years)38 EUROS
KIDS (7-11 years)31.5 EUROS
ELDERLY (65-74 years)30.5 EUROS
KIDS (>6 years) and ELDERLY (<75 years)4 EUROS
Skipass 1 day BEGINNERADULT, JUNIOR, KIDS27.5 EUROS
Skipass 2 daysADULT74 EUROS
JUNIOR70 EUROS
KIDS/ ELDERLY58 EUROS
Skipass 3 daysADULT108 EUROS
JUNIOR102 EUROS
KIDS/ ELDERLY84 EUROS
Skipass 4 daysADULT140 EUROS
JUNIOR134 EUROS
KIDS/ ELDERLY110 EUROS
Skipass 5 daysADULT175 EUROS
JUNIOR167.5 EUROS
KIDS/ ELDERLY137.5 EUROS