Aramón Formigal-Panticosa is one of the few ski resorts in Spain with an elevation difference of more than 1000 metres. In fact, the Panticosa sector, with an elevation difference of 1,075 metres, is one of the best Spanish ski resorts to enjoy skiing in its purest state. Some 5% of slopes are classified as easy; 1rider% are moderately difficult, and 57% of slopes are designated ‘for experts only’.

Because of this, Aramón Formigal-Panticosa is one of the best resorts in Spain for passionate freeriders, with controlled areas of virgin snow where you can experience pure emotion in each of its turns and with designated zones for beginners as well as for expert riders. It is, without doubt, one of the most authentic rider territories for ski lovers.

You’ll find zones marked ‘freeride’ with one or several wedges and mountain routes marked orange especially designed for freeriders. All the elements are natural and are outside of any control or intervention by the resort.

Aramón Formigal-Panticosa is located in the Pyrenees, the largest mountain range in Spain, spanning from the north east of the Peninsular across 440 km. The area where the resort is located is called the Tena Valley, in the district of Alto Aragón, one of the most beautiful areas in Spain.


The Tena Valley has much more to offer than just skiing. And if there’s something that stands out more than the quality of its slopes and snow, it’s its great night life. Formigal-Panticosa is Spain’s in vogue ski resort. And not without reason. The best music awaits you in the Marchica and Cobaxo après-ski bars, where every day a great fiesta is had by all from 5 pm until the sun goes down.

The winter nights in the towns of Sallent, Formigal and Panticosa are warmed by the many bars, pubs and clubs where you can have a drink and dance in the very best company.