The Boí Taüll Ski Resort has some very strong points in its favour such as tranquillity, respect for the environment and a lack of overcrowding and is located in a superb valley exuding great natural and cultural wealth.
The Boí Taüll Ski Resort is nestled in a setting of exceptional natural and cultural richness; the Romanesque churches of Vall de Boí have been declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO. Furthermore, the valley is one of the entrances to the Aigüestortes i Estany de Sant Maurici National Park.
The Boí Taüll Resort’s facilities are located at over 2,000 metres of altitude. The highest point, Puig Falcó, sits at 2,750 metres. This height favours the quality and amount of snow throughout most of the season.
It has 48 runs, primarily for those of intermediate and advanced skill levels. Its skiable area covers 45,28 kilometres, many of which are equipped with over two hundred snow cannons.
The peace and quiet, respect for the environment and the promise of uncrowded runs are some of the resort´s main draws.
Boí Taüll Resort is a favourite resort for those who enjoy the most modern trends in snow sports. Its snowpark and the boardercross run are some of the attractions for lovers of freestyle.