Alpine skiing in Cerler

Dominating the Benasque Valley, Cerler is the second highest ski resort in the Pyrenees, with a maximum elevation of 2,630 meters at Pico Gallinero, where the route of one of the best descents in Spain begins.

The most alpine of the Aragonese resorts offers unique slopes and itineraries, some on the gentle slopes of Basibé or Cota 2000 and others, with a greater difference in altitude, on the slopes of Gallinero, in addition to the incomparable views from Rincón del Cielo. Snow is also guaranteed with a network of artificial snowmaking.

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