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Cerler - Aramon Cerler

Pyrenees, Spain

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Cerler ski resort is a very well regarded Spanish resort in the Benasque Valley region of the Pyrenees. The resort is located at 1500m with a good altitude range up to 2600m and so good ski conditions can be found throughout the season. The resort is medium sized with 81km of varied terrain which has something for every level of ski ability. There is a good mix of interconnected red and blue pistes with some black runs and off-piste to challenge the more experienced skiers. The lift network is split evenly between chairs and drags with a good uphill capacity which helps to keep queues to a minimum.

Cerler is popular with alpine skiers, but there are also some great opportunities to try out cross country and snow-shoe hiking in the area.

Cerler is a great resort for all types of ski groups and families. There is a mixed and inclusive vibrant feel to Apres with some great spots to relax after a days skiing. In addition, there are some great restaurants and a good mix of accommodation types to suit all budgets.

Travelling to Cerler via Lourdes or Toulouse airports does involve a rive longer than 3 hours, however, it is definitely worth a visit.

Size: Medium

81km

Resort Altitude: Medium

1500m

Ski Range

2630m
1500m

Pistes Available

68

9182615

Lifts

19

10 drags
9 chairs
Opens 13.12.2020 to 12.04.2021

Available Activities

SkiBoardHikingCross CountryNordic

Number of Snow Parks

1

Transfer Information

Lourdes

220km

Av. Transfer time

3.5hr

Toulouse

251km

Av. Transfer time

3.5hr

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Cerler ski resort is a very well regarded Spanish resort in the Benasque Valley region of the Pyrenees. The resort is located at 1500m with a good altitude range up to 2600m and so good ski conditions can be found throughout the season. The resort is medium sized with 81km of varied terrain which has something for every level of ski ability. There is a good mix of interconnected red and blue pistes with some black runs and off-piste to challenge the more experienced skiers. The lift network is split evenly between chairs and drags with a good uphill capacity which helps to keep queues to a minimum.

Cerler is popular with alpine skiers, but there are also some great opportunities to try out cross country and snow-shoe hiking in the area.

Cerler is a great resort for all types of ski groups and families. There is a mixed and inclusive vibrant feel to Apres with some great spots to relax after a days skiing. In addition, there are some great restaurants and a good mix of accommodation types to suit all budgets.

Travelling to Cerler via Lourdes or Toulouse airports does involve a rive longer than 3 hours, however, it is definitely worth a visit.