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Pont d’Espagne – Cauterets

RESORT DESCRIPTION FOR Pont d'Espagne - Cauterets

The ski resort Pont d’Espagne – Cauterets is located in the Arrondissement of Argelès-Gazost (France, Occitania, Hautes-Pyrénées). For skiing and snowboarding, there are 4 km of slopes available. 4 lifts transport the guests. The winter sports area is situated between the elevations of 1,516 and 1,756 m.

Source: skiresort.info

 

RESORT INFO

Pont d’Espagne – Cauterets
Europe,  France,   Occitania

 https://www.cauterets.com
 infos@cauterets.com
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 Season: November – April
 Ski pass price: 30 €
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MOUNTAIN STATS
 MOUANTAIN TOP
1756 m
 MOUANTAIN LOW
1516 m
MOUNTAIN ELAVATION
240 m
BEGINNER SLOPES
3 km
INTERMEDIATE SLOPES
1 km
DIFFICULT SLOPES
0 km
 T-BAR LIFT ETC.
2
 CHAIRLIFT ETC.
1
 GONDOLA ETC.
1
 SNOWPARK
No
 NIGHT SKIING
No
 SNOW CANNONS
N/A
 
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CURRENT SNOW REPORT
Last updated: 11. December 2018 
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 LIFTS OPEN
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Snow history for Pont d'Espagne - Cauterets

Has the climate crisis and the higher temperatures affected snow conditions in Pont d’Espagne – Cauterets?
Look at the statistics and graph of historical snow depths for the ski resort.
For the last 5 years, week 12 has been the most insecure with 310 cm snow depth on average in Pont d’Espagne – Cauterets.
The measurement is made as an average of the snow depth at the highest and lowest point of the mountain.

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Best tips for Pont d'Espagne - Cauterets

Cauterets is good for a short break; it’s a relaxing old town, easy to reach, and its small downhill ski area suits a couple of days – try the cross-country too. Many of Cauterets’ buildings are well-preserved examples from the 19th century, and the thermal spas are a popular attraction for visitors. There is a wide choice of hotels. The town’s position at the head of a wide, sunny valley means traffic is rarely a problem, despite its appeal as a large year-round tourist destination. The skiing takes place in a high, open and treeless bowl, the Cirque du Lys, reached by a long gondola from town; you have to ride it down as well as up. There is parking up at Le Courbet (1360m), from where a short gondola departs for the slopes. The 36km of varied slopes radiate around the bowl, between 1730m and 2415m. The area just above the gondola top station is ideal for children and beginners; there are some gentle blue runs for progression too. But the area does get busy at weekends, as does the main restaurant – a self-service. The Oakley terrain park has an O-Rail and Stairset, unique in Europe. Cauterets’ jewel, though, is its 36.5km of cross-country, a short bus ride from town at Pont d’Espagne near the Spanish border. It’s one of the best areas we’ve seen, set amid beautiful scenery and waterfalls. There are also 6km of snowshoe and walking trails.

PROS:

  • Charming, old spa town
  • Serious cross-country trails

CONS:

  • Downhill slopes very limited
  • Long gondola ride to/from slopes

Source: Ski Club of Great Britain

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