Skiing in Pas de a Casa
In 2004 Pas de la Casa merged with Soldeu to form the giant Grandvalira area, the largest in the Pyrenees and one of the world's 50 largest resorts, with nearly 200km (125 miles) of piste linked by a state-of-the-art high-speed lift network.
Today Pas de la Casa is officially just another part of Grandvalira and, despite a gradual move upmarket, it maintains its strong independent identity and reputation as a base for hardcore snow fans and après skiers.
Getting here - fly, drive or take the train:
The resort is easily reached from Toulouse airport or you can take the train - Andorra has no rail station, but it's easy to get there by Eurostar from London to Paris, then overnight train from Paris to l'Hospitalet près l'Andorre (the station just outside Andorra) and then a bus ride across a spectacular mountain pass into Andorra. Fantastica and good value.
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