Sierra Nevada Ski Map

Andalucia, Spain

Sierra Nevada Ski Map

Sierra Nevada Ski Map
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Sierra Nevada ski resort is Europe’s most southerly resort. Lots of sun, good snow, skiing with views of the Mediterranean, 100km of slopes all combine to make this a truly unique destination for skiing.

There is a good range of slopes at Sierra Nevada with over 100km of pistes. The skiing here is high at an altitude of 2102m reaching up to an impressive 3305m. The high altitude ensures snow cover is generally good and the season is surprisingly long at Sierra Nevada despite its sunny southerly location. The snow gods have some human assistance with snow cannons to ensure good snow cover throughout the season. The ski trails are mostly blue or black and there are a good amount of nursery slopes, so the resort is a favourite with mixed ability families and intermediate level skiers. The ski area is above the tree line and so skiers can ski a large area off piste when the snow is good.

The main resort that serves the Sierra Nevada ski region and has direct access to the slopes is Pradollano. This is a lively resort with a good range of accommodation which tends to be more cost effective than the big name resorts in the Alps. The resort of Pradollano is well laid out and most accommodation is within an easy walk to the main lifts and often ski-to-door. There is a fun apres scene and the town has a lively and friendly feel to it. Pradollano has restaurants and bars to suit all budgets, the food tends to be good quality and at a fair price when compared to other resorts in Europe.

The final bonus, well worth a mention, is that the historic Spanish city of Grenada is very close and well worth a visit, so if you are in the area, book a late flight and a enjoy a day in Grenada before you return home.

The easiest way to get to Sierra Nevada for international visitors is via Grenada airport which is only an hours drive from the resort. If you can get away mid-week and the snow looks good, this is a great resort to visit.

Size: High

107km

Resort Altitude: Low

2102m

Ski Range

3305m
2102m

Pistes Available

124

062539

Lifts

21

5 drags
14 chairs
2 cabins
Opens 01.12.2021 to 05.05.2022

Available Activities

SkiBoardSkatingHikingCross CountryNordic

Transfer Information

Malaga

107km

Av. Transfer time

1.5hr

Granada

55km

Av. Transfer time

1hr

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Sierra Nevada ski resort is Europe’s most southerly resort. Lots of sun, good snow, skiing with views of the Mediterranean, 100km of slopes all combine to make this a truly unique destination for skiing.

There is a good range of slopes at Sierra Nevada with over 100km of pistes. The skiing here is high at an altitude of 2102m reaching up to an impressive 3305m. The high altitude ensures snow cover is generally good and the season is surprisingly long at Sierra Nevada despite its sunny southerly location. The snow gods have some human assistance with snow cannons to ensure good snow cover throughout the season. The ski trails are mostly blue or black and there are a good amount of nursery slopes, so the resort is a favourite with mixed ability families and intermediate level skiers. The ski area is above the tree line and so skiers can ski a large area off piste when the snow is good.

The main resort that serves the Sierra Nevada ski region and has direct access to the slopes is Pradollano. This is a lively resort with a good range of accommodation which tends to be more cost effective than the big name resorts in the Alps. The resort of Pradollano is well laid out and most accommodation is within an easy walk to the main lifts and often ski-to-door. There is a fun apres scene and the town has a lively and friendly feel to it. Pradollano has restaurants and bars to suit all budgets, the food tends to be good quality and at a fair price when compared to other resorts in Europe.

The final bonus, well worth a mention, is that the historic Spanish city of Grenada is very close and well worth a visit, so if you are in the area, book a late flight and a enjoy a day in Grenada before you return home.

The easiest way to get to Sierra Nevada for international visitors is via Grenada airport which is only an hours drive from the resort. If you can get away mid-week and the snow looks good, this is a great resort to visit.

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