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1600 > 2500 m
With its jagged peaks and rugged geography, this high massif is the Alps of the Pyrenees. The ‘La Mine’ chairlift and  the ‘Le Grand Fontfrède’ drag lift rise to an altitude of 2,500 m, making this resort the highest of the Neiges Catalanes network. From the pleasant snow front to the wilder La Mine area, this resort has something to offer all tastes and ability levels. The 33 pistes (totalling 45 km) are sure to delight both groomed-slope enthusiasts and powder specialists. With its 900-metre elevation drop, one of the greatest ski piste drops in all of the Pyrenees, Porté-Puymorens remains an eminently athletic ski resort. It also offers a snow park that stretches for 500 metres! Constantly evolving, ever dynamic and keen to innovate, this ski resort goes out of its way to seduce beginners and families, as well as more «hardcore» skiers.


  • 45 km downhill skiing
  • 10 ski lifts with
  • 4 chair lifts
  • 5 ski tows
  • 1 snow throad (free)
  • 2 areas for cross-country skiing and snowshoeing: 2 itineraries (village and pass)
  • 2 snow parks for advanced snowboarders
  • 1 bump slope approved by the French team of bump skiing
  • 1 boarder cross
  • 1 half-pipe• Itineraries for walking or snowshoeing
  • 20 hectareas of cross country skiing
  • 10 specialized areas
  • 70 snow cannons
  • 1 high-mountain restaurant
  • Sit-skiing (lessons and equipment rental)

New this winter!

  • Chairlift in l’Estagnol
  • Re-opening of baby ski tow (‘Soldat’) in the village
  • Fun children’s area in l’Estagnol
  • 2 additional green pistes
  • Welcome point area in the village
  • Picnic area and sun room
  • Panoramic area in la Mine ’Les portes de l’océan‘
  • Ski & bus or ski & balneotherapy: for ˜1 more, 1 hour at the thermal baths in Dorres or bus around Cerdagne to the ski resort

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