Pas de la Casa Weather, Snow Report & Webcams
Fresh updates on the Pas de la Casa weather, plus feeds from the webcams at this ski resort in Grandvalira, Andorra.
Pas de la Casa Snow Report
We are based in Andorra throughout the winter and update the snow report from first-hand experience as often as possible!
|Date of report||3rd December 2013|
|Date of last snow||1st December 2013|
|Depth in village||30cm|
|Depth at bottom of slopes||110cm|
|Depth at top of slopes||180cm|
|Lifts open||8 of 12 (Grandvalira - 41/65)|
|Slopes open||10 of 13 (Grandvalira - 87/118)|
|Condition of runs||
We could just not be happier with this seasons start! Official opening day yesterday saw non stop snow fall until the early hours of this morning, leaving a nice new fresh 30-40cms for the beautiful sunny day we have shinning on us today. With uncrowded slopes and all this fresh light snow our smiles could not get any bigger.
We could be looking at a little extra fluttering tomorrow night but other than that the week looks set to be nice and bright with only low winds and temperaturesduring the day around 2degrees.
Enjoy the slopes whilst they're quiet and you have the mountain to yourself!
If you're looking to get organised for your holiday then visit our online shop to book your lift passes, group lessons and discounted equipment hire so you can save lots of money on your holiday. We also have accommodation and airport transfers in our holidays section.
We also have snow reports and weather forecasts for other resorts in Andorra:
Pas de la Casa Webcams
Brand new for the 2013-14 season we've got feeds from four rotating webcams showing you a panoramic view. The videos update regularly.
Pas de la Casa Weather Forecast
We've chosen a couple of different weather forecasts to load in below so you can see a general picture of what the weather may be like! Due to the location in the mountains the weather can change quickly and often which makes it quite difficult to predict. From experience we find that the closer to the actual time the forecasts get more reliable, espeically when they are predicting the amount of snowfall.