In 2002, Grandvalira-Soldeu, was constituted by Soldeu-El Tarter. Now, the two areas are linked with Grau Roig, Pas de la Casa, Encamp and Canillo. Therefore, there are 6 areas in Andorra called: Grandvalira-Encamp, Grandvalira-Canillo, Grandvalira-El Tarter, Grandvalira-Soldeu, Grandvalira-Pas de la Casa and Grandvalira-Grau Roig. Porte des Neiges, in France, will also join the resort, Grandvalira. Nowadays, there are 7 areas of skiing in the same resort. Despite a fair number of new building projects, Grandvalira-Soldeu (Soldeu- El Tarter) retains a good village atmosphere with several excellent watering holes for apres-ski and a good selection of restaurants (and as Andorra is a duty fee zone prices are very reasonable for a ski resort). Accommodation is good at Grandvalira-Soldeu, from the smart hotels near the gondola at the top of the village to more basic apartments down the road. The skiing itself is varied with some pleasant tree-lined runs down to the resort and wide-open pistes higher up. Grandvalira-Soldeu has an abundance of skiing for beginners and intermediates together with some reasonable challenges on and off-piste for experts. Indeed, due to the English-speaking ski school with it's many native English speaking instructors, Grandvalira-Soldeu (Soldeu-El Tarter) is an ideal place to learn to ski or snowboard or to develop your technique.
The statistics are for the whole Grandvalira skiing domain which is now difficult to split into individual resort statistics.