Vallter 2000 is located close to the village of Setcases, in the Ripollès region of Catalonia.
Detailed information on how to get here by car and public transport, as well as maps of the area and more specific location information, are included in the 'Location' section of the website.
The resort opening hours can be consulted in the ‘Opening hours’ section of this website.
See all the information in the ‘Purchase and delivery conditions for season ski passes’ section of this website.
See detailed information in the ‘General conditions of use for day or multi-day passes’ section of this website.
Vallter’s Head Office is located in the building at the bottom of the resort, at elevation 2160 of the resort.
Contact phone: 972 136 057
Vallter runs a Ski Bus (TEISA buses) on Saturdays and Sundays. Detailed information can be found in the ‘Transport to the slopes’ section of this website.
No, being a small resort there is no exclusive ski pass for beginners that only provides access to the nursery slopes. However, the day pass price is very reasonable. You can ski the whole resort for just € 31 for adults and children € 23.50.
The afternoon ski pass can be used from 13.00 h onwards. It costs € 25 for adults, € 19 for children.
You can purchase the season pass preferably via the Vallter online shop or at the resort offices. Season passes must be collected from the building at the bottom of the resort.
For more information about the season pass, please contact: [email protected]
If you witness an accident, you should mark the place where the accident took place by arranging skis in the snow in the shape of a cross. You should then notify the piste service at the nearest lift. If you have an accident yourself, it is important to protect yourself and keep warm.
See safety tips for more information.
No. You can add the accident insurance when purchasing the ski pass, online or at the ticket office, at a cost of €3.50/day.
You can check the insurance coverage through the following link: https://www.turismefgc.cat/polissa-asseguranca-accidents-esqui/
The beginners’ area at Vallter is located primarily in the Morens plain (Pla de Morens) area of the resort.
Consult the piste map for more information.
While not compulsory, wearing a helmet is highly recommended for adults and especially children. It significantly reduces the possibility of suffering a serious head injury as a result of an accident whilst practising winter sports.
The best activities for families with young children are those organised by the Esquirol mini-club and the sledging slope in the Sledging Park. You can use the filter on this website's activities page to find the most suitable activities for your family.
You can find detailed information about the mini-club at https://www.vallter2000.cat/en/winter/services/kids-leisure-area-esquirol/
Yes, there is a motorhome parking area in the lower car park at 1.900 m (P6). A chairlift links the car park to the ski station between 8.30 h and 9.30 h.
If you park in car parks 5 or 6 and bring your ski or snowboard equipment, you can go up directly with the Enric Planella chairlift. Otherwise, there is the shuttle bus, which runs the service between car parks, to the base of the station. There is a price of €2 round trip, which will be refunded when you buy the ski pass.
Continuous journeys from car park 5 to car park 1 from 9.30 a.m. to 1 p.m. and from 2 p.m. to 4 p.m. Free if you present your ski pass. Otherwise the price of the ticket is 2€ (round trip). The sledge ticket is not valid.
Vallter has 6 parking areas with capacity for around 950 vehicles. We also have monthly parking space passes or for the whole season. In order to access car parks 1, 2 and 3 at the base of the resort, the prior purchase of the pass or the season pass is mandatory (* ).
Parking lots 4 and 5 will be available for people without a pass or when there are no more spaces left in parking lots 1, 2 and 3.
Motorhomes, even if they have a pass, must park in P6 and access the base of the station with the Llançadora Bus or the TC Enric Planella.
Yes. Please contact the ski schools to reserve a lesson. Vallter has 4 ski schools. You can find more information at: https://www.vallter2000.cat/en/winter/services/ski-and-snowboard-schools/
Since it is an external service of the resort, you must contact the Ski Schools directly. More information here https://www.guiesnordsud.cat/ca/hivern/raquetes-de-neu/
The ski rental shop is located at the resort base, next to parking 1.
Yes, snowshoes can be hired at the ski rental shop. Sledges can be rented from the sports shop located next to the Information Point.
No, you can rent your equipment on the day. It is mandatory to present the DNI or passport.
The Sledging Park is only open on weekends and bank holidays.
No. The entry ticket to the Sledging Park includes access to the area, use of the conveyor belt lifts for 3 hours and accident insurance.
No, the two activities are separate.
Yes, lockers that work with a € 2 coin can be found in the washrooms.
Yes, the ski station has overnight ski lockers that fit two sets of ski equipment for 10 € per night.
No, there is no accommodation in the ski resort itself. The closest accommodation is in Setcases or the Vall de Camprodon. Hostal Pastuira is located 100 m from the chairlift at 1.900 m.
For more information see: https://www.valldecamprodon.net/allotjament/
They can be collected at 3 points in the station:
Yes, you can buy a discounted 1 or 2-day family pack for 1 or 2 adults and 1 or 2 children. There must be at least 3 passes purchased through the pack.
Yes. The discount that will be applied per member will be 10% non-cumulative. With the day passes, you must justify your status as a member of a large family or a single parent by presenting a valid card issued by the Generalitat de Catalunya at the request of station staff at any time.
The discounts are applied per member from the first pass, it is not necessary for all members of a family to purchase the pass to enjoy the individual discount.
You can check it on the website in INFONEU and every day on Twitter.
There is only the TEISA SKI-BUS line from Girona to Vallter on weekends and holidays, with stops in different towns.
Vallter does not have a nursery for children. However, it has a programme of workshops where children from 3 to 8 years old can have a good time accompanied by their parents. Consult activities.
There are three restaurants in the station. The Cafeteria-Restaurant La Portella where you can enjoy good mixed dishes and pizzas. The Cafeteria Las Marmotas with sandwiches, tapas and pizzas. And the Foodtrcuk specialises in hamburgers and frankfurters.
The free use of the so-called Ski-Bike or Snow-Bike devices is not allowed on the slopes of the mountain resorts managed by FGC. Except when its use is directly related to people with reduced mobility. Section 14 of the FGC ski resort regulations for use and ski passes is applicable.
If Vallter ski resort closes due to adverse weather conditions and you have a ski pass with a valid date for the closing day, a refund will be applied in proportion to the daily price paid in the days following the closing day.
This policy applies to day and two-day passes purchased on the resort's website
More information at 972 13 60 57 and [email protected]