Situated in the county of La Cerdanya, just 150 km from Barcelona and with excellent transport links provided by the Skitren and SkiBus, La Molina is Spain's oldest ski resort and pioneered winter sports in the country. It opened in 1925 and offers a ski area of 71 km, as well as a great choice of things to do for non-skiers. La Molina is connected to the neighbouring resort of Masella providing access to 145 km of ski slopes with a single ski pass.
The resort also has two snow parks, a Big Air Bag, a fun park, a boardercross course and the largest halfpipe in the Pyrenees.
La Molina is known as a resort that is adapted and accessible to people with reduced mobility and offers different activities run by the Centre d'Esports Adaptats (CEA).
Equipment hire (skis, snowboards, snow shoes and Telemark), ski clothing hire, parking, cafés and restaurants, ski and snowboard schools, medical service, children's play park, adapted sports centre, in-resort shuttle, ATM machine, accommodation right by the slopes and a spa.
Other activities at the resort
- Mountain skiing
- Snow shoes
- Nordic walking
- Ski lift ride to the highest point in the resort, 2,537 m above sea level, to enjoy breathtaking views.
- Tubing, a fun and easy activity designed to be enjoyed with family and friends.
- Tree Adventure Park, with four zip wire circuits that will plunge you into this vertical forest.
- Dinners high up in the Costa Rasa and Niu de l'Àliga.
- Night-time descents from the Costa Rasa and Niu de l’Àliga, after enjoying watching the sunset.
- Snow segway to experience new routes on this innovative, eco-friendly means of transport.
- Snowmobile rides to enjoy the feeling of freedom with expert guides.
- Slalom 4Motion.
- "Avalanche Alert" escape room where you can become a mountain rescuer.
- "Discover the fauna" snowshoe circuit, a circular route designed for anyone interested in La Molina's fauna.
- FunParK: an open space decorated with fun models for kids that allows skiers young and old to enjoy fun descents.
- Parc ARVA: activity for anyone who wants to learn how to rescue avalanche victims.