The entrance to the month of April has brought more snow to Grandvalira. Since Tuesday the station has received more than 30 cm of powder snow. The Dominion of Snow currently has all open sectors connected by track, with 180 km skiable and 85% of the facilities in operation.
The conditions for the practice of white sports have improved markedly and Grandvalira faces Holy Week with good prospects regarding the conditions of the slopes and with the services of ski and snowboard school, activities, catering and après-ski operatives.
Total Fight: the fight for the best style in freeski
Also, from yesterday and until tomorrow, Saturday, the show is assured because the freeski comes into play in the fifteenth edition of the Grandvalira Total Fight. A total of 22 riders from the US UU., Finland, Switzerland, France, Italy, New Zealand, Argentina, Spain and Andorra struggle to take the title in the Snowpark del Tarter.
Among the favorite freeskiers, we must highlight the multiple Grandvalira Total Fight winner and winner of the XGames, American McRae Williams. The Utah rider will not have anything easy, since this year he will fight against his compatriots Quinn Wolferman (winner of the Absolute Park Spring Battle), Ryan Stevenson and Peter Raich (the two in the top 10 in the world) and John Brown, considered one of the most talented freeskiers of the moment; as well as the champion of France and runner-up of the Grandvalira Total Fight 2018, Antoine Adelisse, and the New Zealander Finn Bilous, top 5 of the world and third in the Spring Battle 2018. The best Spanish freeskier at present, Javi Lliso, will also be at the starting line as well as the Andorran, Carlitos Aguareles.
The Après-ski agenda
The day is extended in Grandvalira with the two indispensable après-ski and reference in Andorra. For this reason, the après-ski agenda this week is loaded with sessions of different musical styles for all tastes in the Après-Amélie and L'Abarset.