FGC Turisme remains steadfast in its commitment to the deseasonalization of mountain tourism with the opening of the Boí Taüll and Vallter stations next July 15. This news comes after La Molina and Vall de Núria already opened their ski lifts and summer services during the month of June, which marked the start of the summer season for the FGC mountain resorts.
In this way, four of the mountain stations of FGC Turisme will be fully operational offering a wide range of diverse activities for all audiences. Through the combination of sports, natural and cultural heritage, the entity is firmly committed to keeping its stations open throughout the year, offering visitors an enriching and unique experience going from the white of winter to the green of the summer.
Boí Taüll and Vallter will start the summer season on Saturday 15 July and will be open daily until Sunday 3 September. Vallter, will also do it on September 9, 10 and 11.
The mountain resorts located at the ends of the Catalan Pyrenees
Vallter, located in Ripollès, is the easternmost mountain station in Catalonia and offers an impressive environment surrounded by peaks of nearly 2,900m altitude. This summer season, the resort is launching three orienteering circuits with different levels of difficulty. In addition, visitors can enjoy a panoramic ride on the Jordi Pujol Planella chairlift, which takes them up to 2,535m, where the Les Marmotes cafe and the source of the Ter river are located. You can also admire the Mirador-Balcó panoramic point of the Costa Brava, from which you can contemplate the Gulf of Roses. Vallter is also the gateway to the Capçaleres del Ter and Freser natural park, which offers hiking and trail running routes to climb peaks such as the Pic de Bastiments, the Gra de Fajol and the Pic de la Dona. Road cycling is another great attraction, with a first-class mountain pass that connects the resort with the town of Setcases.
On the other hand, Boí Taüll in the upper Ribagorça, is to the west of the Pyrenees of Lleida and is the gateway to the Natural Park of Aigüestortes and Estany de Sant Maurici, it offers a wide variety of activities for visitors . Guided e-bike routes are offered with routes for all levels. You can also choose the activity of the La Nova legenda de Pyrene gymnasium through the digital guide that covers the lower and middle part of the station with 11 milestones and an approximate duration of two hours and thirty minutes. The hiking routes allow you to discover the environment and the diversity of flora and fauna in the area, including the ascent to the top of Raspes Roies. On a cultural level, you can explore the Romanesque heritage of the Vall de Boí, with churches and towns declared World Heritage by UNESCO, such as the churches of Sant Joan and Sant Climent.
Visitors to Vallter also have the opportunity to enjoy the resort's gastronomic offer. Les Marmotes cafe is a perfect place to take a break and taste delicious dishes while enjoying the panoramic views. In addition, the station offers restaurant services with traditional dishes from the region, which allow visitors to discover the richness of Ripollès gastronomy. In Boí Taüll, the Terrassa Bar Solarium Font Ginebrell is open, where you can enjoy views from above.
With its combination of nature, sports, culture and gastronomy, Vallter and Boí Taüll offer visitors unique experiences during the summer season. Whether you are looking for the thrill of adventure in the mountains or you prefer to enjoy the tranquility and beauty of natural settings, these two resorts are perfect destinations for the whole family. With its privileged location and its complete range of activities, Vallter and Boí Taüll promise an unforgettable experience in the heart of the nature of the Catalan Pyrenees.