Nestled amidst the majestic Pyrenees lies a hidden treasure, Andorra – a secret snomobiling paradise. Known for its dramatic landscapes, modern infrastructure, and abundant snow, Andorra is the ultimate escape only a stone’s throw from France and Spain.


42º31'40.1" N 1º43'16.8" E


January - February

Elevated Village Life

There’s no wonder why Grandvalira is Andorra’s most loved winter resort. With six villages to choose from, over 210 km of trails, and elevations ranging from 1,300 to 2,640m, Grandvalira is one of the most international destinations that attracts snowmobile enthusiasts from all over the globe.

Unlike other locations, Grandvalira makes no compromise. The villages boast luxurious accommodation, exquisite ski facilities, and events to keep the excitement going late into the night. And don’t worry if you forget your favorite jumper at home: Andorra is famous for its duty-free shopping.

A Sunny Pyrenean Playground

Andorra offers a unique setting for winter adventures. From December to April, the sun-kissed slopes turn into the ultimate winter wonderland for perfect snowmobiling adventures. The high altitudes and breathtaking views are a treat for both beginner and experienced riders looking to reconnect with a sense of freedom.

For extra adventure, skiing and snowboarding are available in the resort. Alternatively, the capital Andorra la Vella is only a short drive away. Nestled in the heart of the Pyrenees mountains, the vibrant city delights visitors with its unique blend of Catalan and French influences. Here you can explore local markets, quaint restaurants and shops, and immerse yourself in this tiny country’s fascinating history.

Due to its geographic positioning, Svalbard experiences periods of complete darkness during winter and prolonged light in summer. From April to mid-August, the sun stays up, coloring the vast landscape in reddish-yellow tones. The midnight sun bathes everything in a golden glow that makes the landscape even more dramatic and makes it possible to explore at night.

The weather is also mild, compared to other places at similar altitudes in Russia or Canada. Temperatures range from 4 to 10°C in summer, all the way down to −13°C in the peak of winter.

Wild Wonders Await

Our state-of-the-art snowmobiles are the ideal way to witness nature in its purest expression. On land, you might spot rare wildlife like polar bears, reindeers, arctic foxes, and a wide range of seabirds. Coming down from the mountains, you might see whales, dolphins, seals, and walruses that roam the ocean, making their sightings worth the journey.

To balance things off, you’ll get to cozy up in luxurious hotels and cabins after our rides. Delicious local food abounds in Svalbard with local delicacies like reindeer jerky, smoked whale, or the local gamebird ptarmigan–impossible to find outside the island. And for a special dining experience, a stop at the famous restaurant Huset puts an extravagant spin on traditional food.

Our state-of-the-art snowmobiles provide the perfect means to experience the wilderness of Andorra’s nature. On land, you may encounter the incredible flora and fauna that thrive in the Pyrenees: keep your eyes peeled for the Pyrenean chamois, marmots, and the majestic bearded vulture.

Andorra's beauty extends to its charming villages and towns. After an exhilarating day on the trails, you can relax in cozy hotels and cottages, where local delicacies like trinxat, escudella, or crema d'Andorra await to tantalize your taste buds. Dining experiences range from traditional Pyrenean cuisine to international fusion, ensuring you leave with culinary memories that rival your adventures.

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