La Molina - Ski Area Guide

La Molina, Spain

Ski Resort - 50km of Piste (1,700m to 2,445m)

Spain's original ski centre (established in 1911) has now expanded with villages at 1400 M, 1600 M and 1700 M. Tree-lined trails overlooking the sunny Cerdanya Valley and one of the closest resorts to the Mediterranean. It is linked to neighbour Masella to create one of the largest ski areas in the Pyrenees.

 La Molina Snow News

The next notable snow forecast for La Molina is 10cm, expected on 26 April, with around 13cm forecast over the next 7 days..

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Who is La Molina good for?

La Molina Ski Facts
Expert Skiers
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La Molina Ski Area

Piste and Lift Stats for La Molina
16Black Pistes
40Red Pistes
41Blue Pistes
22Green Pistes
50kmDownhill Pistes
5kmCross Country Pistes
16Ski Lifts

La Molina Ski Area Height

Max Vertical and Resort Altitude for La Molina
745mMax Vertical
2445mHighest Lift
1700mLowest Piste
1700mResort Altitude (La Molina)

La Molina

The Spanish Ski Resort of La Molina has direct access to 50km of downhill skiing, with 42 individual pistes, served by 16 ski lifts.

The ski resort itself is above 1500m, so skiing or boarding back to the resort is usually possible. With skiing above 2000 metres, snow cover is generally reliable.

There are two Airports within two hours drive, so ski weekends, snowboard breaks and short ski holidays to La Molina are perfectly feasible.

Skiing in La Molina

All levels of skier ability, from Beginner to Expert, are well-catered for in La Molina.

Snowboarding in La Molina

For snowboarders there is a Snow Parc, with a Superpipe (length 100 metres) , and other snowboarding installations

La Molina in brief

La Molina Ski Resort is:
Ok for Expert Skiers.
Very good for Intermediate Skiers.
Very good for Beginners.
Very good for Snowboarding.

La Molina Season Dates

We have no confirmed season dates for La Molina.

Usual opening - Early Dec.

Usual closing - Late April.

NOTE:- Opening subject to Snow Conditions in La Molina.

Map of La Molina

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La Molina Snow Making

Snowmaking :- La Molina is able to augment natural snow, on 69km of ski runs, with 962 Snow Cannons.

La Molina Ski Lift Capacity

Ski Lift Capacity :- The 16 Ski Lifts of La Molina are able to uplift 20,330 skiers / snowboarders per hour.

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Ski Resorts by Country

Which countries can you Ski or Board in?

  • Austria
  • France
  • Italy
  • Switzerland

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Note :- The information on J2Ski concerning La Molina, where not clearly factual, is opinion only and is neither definitive or exhaustive.
Warning :- Snow Sports are Dangerous! Skiing, snowboarding and all winter sports involve risk of serious injury or death. You MUST confirm all information, especially snow and weather conditions, in La Molina before you ski or board. You participate at your own risk.

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