Cerler has 65km of alpine ski slopes and is a paradise for intermidiate skiers. With an altitude from 1500m up to 2630m, Cerler offers the biggest vertical ski drop and the longest descents within all Pyrenean ski resorts. Thanks to its position, the resort benefits from thick natural snow throuhout the whole of the ski season. Its alpine landscape will be particularly appreciated as it is outstandingly beautiful. Although this area is attractive for intermidiates, there are still many initiation and beginner areas located at 2000m, so beginners can quickly improve their technical abilities. Recent installation and construction of the Ampriu zone has added over 100km of ski slopes, and has created an off-piste freestyle area Visitors looking for an ideal break in Spain will be able to make the most of the activities on offer whilst looking out over the stunning peaks.
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