Alp 2500 is a skiable domain that allows to ski in La Molina and Masella at the same time. Both resorts are linked by Alp 2500 gondola, leaving from La Molina and arriving to Dues Estacions area, in La Tosa mountain.
If you get an Alp 2500 common pass you can choose any of the trails of our 141 km skiable domain, from western area of Masella, Coma Oriola, to eastern area of La Molina, Alabaus.
La Molina, the oldest ski resort in Spain, installed its first commercial ski lift in 1943. Throughout its history, it has offered sport and leisure for all ages.
Most of its area is located in the Cerdanya region, has 67 skiable kilometers distributed over 61 slopes for all levels, a large snowpark and the biggest superpipe in the Pyrenees. In addition, among the leisure offers for non skiers, it proposes a wide range of activities such as snow-grooming, snowshoeing, segway on snow or mushing tours.
It also has a long experience in hosting international events such as the Alpine Skiing World Cup (2008), the Snowboard World Championship (2011) or the Disabled Alpine Skiing World Championships (2013). Therefore, a long history and a bright future ahead.
Not only in La Molina, but also in the Cerdanya, Berguedà and Ripollès regions, you can find a wide range of gastronomic and hotel offers for a perfect stay.
The Masella ski resort, located on the north face of La Tosa mountain, is an outstanding vantage point overlooking the sunny valley of La Cerdaña. Masella is set in the midst of a dense pine forest and 90% of its slopes are oriented towards the north; both these factors favour snow conservation and enables skiers to enjoy what is one of the longest seasons in the Pyrenees. At the base of the resort there are green slopes for beginners and a snow garden for younger skiers. The runs through the woods offer skiers the chance to enjoy nature, and the higher levels guarantee all the thrills of alpine landscapes and pistes which won’t disappoint even the most expert skiers and surfers. Masella has the greatest difference in height in the Eastern Pyrenees, with an uninterrupted descent of 935 m from the summit of La Tosa (2,535 m) to the Pla de Masella (1,600 m). It has a total of 74 km of pistes to suit all levels, so that everyone is guaranteed a perfect day’s skiing at Masella. For the maximum convenience of surfers and skiers, there is a full range of services at 1,600 m at the foot of the slopes, where all the pistes converge.