|View from the top of the mountain in Arinsal, between the Pic Negre (2'569m) and the Alt de Capa (2'572m). One can see the cable-car that links Arinsal with Pal. It's worth going to the very top on a sunny day just to enjoy a superb Panorama of the Andorran and Spanish mountain ranges. The mountain in the background is called the "Pic dels Llacs" or "Pic of the lakes". Strange name for a mountain with no lakes nearby! However, the Pic dels Llacs is a fantastic ski-touring destination.||
||View from the bottom of the second chairlift in Arinsal which takes you up to the departure of the cable-car. In the background, one can see the Pic Negre (2'569m). The picture above was taken from the top of this chairlift. Notice the wide and easy slopes in this section of the resort.|
|Picture taken from the bottom of the Arinsal resort. The spray of snow that seems to be coming from the top of the chairlift is actually coming from a snow cannon.||
||Picture taken from the top of the Pal resort (Pic de Cubil, 2'358m). Once again, wide open slopes.|
|Pal, in contrast to Arinsal, is mainly covered with thick forest. Most of the trails have been cut though the forest offering some fun "off-piste" skiing. This picture is taken from the bottom of the Pal resort.||
Picture of the Pal resort taken from near the Arinsal resort.
The beginners area in Pal
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