Nestled in the stunning Lleida Pyrenees, Baquiera Beret lies across both Val d’Aran and Valls d’Àneu (Pallars Sobirà). Due to this unique location, the resort offers two distinct sides of skiing to explore, meaning that with good planning, you can easily avoid crowds on the best skiing days!
The area has a total of 111 well-varied runs for Alpine skiing and snowboarding, along with an additional 7km of Nordic skiing routes, a snow park and a boardercross. In total, the skiable area tallies up an impressive 2,273 hectares, more than enough to entertain skiers of all abilities.
The area starts at Baqueira 1500 and stretches up to 2,610 metres at Cap de Baciver, meaning a ski area that covers a huge 1,110 metres’ altitude change. As a result, Baquiera Beret benefits from exceptional natural snow coverage, making it a highly popular destination for winter sports enthusiasts and nature lovers.
The ski area is formed of four very different major zones: Baqueira, Beret, Bonaigua and Baciver. We explore them in more detail below.