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Espot Esquí Ski Resort Guide (Espot Ski Resort)
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With a respectable 930m vertical drop, Espot Esquí is a quiet resort whose domain is surrounded by a National Park -Parc Nacional d´Aigüestortes-. Despite being considered a familiar resort, Espot Esquí also offers great piste and off-piste possibilities for expert skiers. Venue for international competitions, Espot Esquí is increasing in popularity among advanced skiers across the Pyrenees.
Espot Esquí, previously known as Super Espot, is in Spain. It is a small ski resort with 7 ski lifts (2 chair lift, 5 surface lifts) and an impressive 930 metres (3050 feet) of vertical descent. Espot Esquí has 22 pistes and snow making facilities over 10.6 kms of the terrain.
- Nearest Airport:Lleida - Alguaire
- Nearest Train Station:La Pobla de Segur
- Tourist Office Phone:+34 902 190 192
- Tourist Office Website:www.skipallars.cat
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- Issued:19 Feb
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Visitor Reviews of Espot Esquí
Joepvn from Spain writes:
Espot Esquí is the resort where I learned to ski, and I'm still skiing there now. I have skied in Baqueira, but even considering I know the station like the palm of my hand, it's still a lot of fun. Espot may be best suited to families and kids, but if you know where to look or where to walk too you can hit some nice cliffs and enjoy side country skiing. The grooming may not be on par with the best out there, but the welcoming staff make up for it.