How to get to Andorra

The main option to reach Andorra is by road, although you can also get there by train or plane.

The nearest international airport is Josep Tarradellas Barcelona - El Prat (BCN), from where you can reach Andorra in approximately 3 hours by road.

By road, the CG-2 runs through Andorra and links the Spanish border, with access to Barcelona and Madrid, and the French border, with access to Toulouse and Paris.

How to get to Grandvalira - Grau Roig

To reach the Grau Roig resort you will need to travel by car.

If you are coming from Spain, the town of La Seu d’Urgell is 23 kilometres from Andorra la Vella, the Principality’s capital. Grau Roig is 25 kilometres from Andorra la Vella: take the CG-2 road towards France and you will get to the resort in around 35-40 minutes.

If you are coming from France, you can reach us via the N-22 road, which links up with the CG-2 at the border of Pas de la Casa. The CG-2 will then take you to Grau Roig via the mountain pass. Alternatively, you can go via the Envalira Tunnel, which will leave you next to the entrance to Grau Roig.

If you would like to attend the competition, you will need to make your way on skis once you are inside the resort. The simplest option is to leave from the Grau Roig sector or Pas de la Casa; however, if you have enough time and you plan your route, you can get there from any point within the resort using the slope map.

Grandvalira-Grau Roig: Go up in the TSD6 chairlift at Coma Blanca and then descend via the Menera slope.

Grandvalira-Pas de la Casa: Go up in the TSD6 chairlift at Font Negre and then descend via the Pista Llarga slope.



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