The Port Ainé Apline Ski Resort is on the north slope of the “Pic de l’Orri”, in the region of Pallars Sobirà in Lleida
The Port Ainé Alpine ski resort sits on the northern slope of the Pic de l’Orri mountain in Pallars Sobirà, a region of Lleida. Its orientation favours the snowfalls and snow quality throughout the entire season. Its open approach towards new trends and its activities for all age and skill groups are part of its essence.
Port Ainé has a total of 33 runs with 44 kilometres on which to enjoy snow sports. Skiers of any level can put their skills to the test on the resort’s long trails. All this nestled in natural surroundings of great beauty, within the borders of the Alt Pirineu Natural Park.
The resort’s ski lifts are strategically located for convenient access to the different runs. The modern six-seater JET-CIM chairlift is of special note. It starts just in front of the new Port-Ainé 2000 Hotel, which sits at 2,000m, and travels up to the resort’s highest point at 2,440m.
The map of the resort´s runs is full of mountain routes for lovers of freeriding and the purest contact with nature. There is also a complete freestyle area at Pla de l’Olla, including skiercross and boardercross circuits as well as half pipes. A children’s snowpark, a free fifteen-kilometre cross-country skiing circuit, a snowmobile circuit and the possibility of enjoying mountain skiing, snowshoeing and dog sledging round off the winter sports offering.
In the summertime, Port Ainé becomes a noteworthy mountain and adventure activities centre for people of all ages and skills. The resort’s two accommodation options and the chairlift are open, and visitors can participate in activities such as tennis, archery, pony rides, swimming and rowing. White water sports can also be enjoyed on the Noguera Pallaresa River and there are various youth activities offered at the Port Ainé Sports Center.