UNESCO World Heritage Site
Ideal base for
The Aigüestortes National Park
The GR11 coast to coast walking route
Fine Romanesque churches
From 2000m to 2750m
42km downhill slopes
Children’s ski garden
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Lift Pass Tariff
For Summer adrenalin seekers
The exceptional valley of Boí was not surprisingly declared a UNESCO heritage site in 2001. It is an area crammed with pretty villages and some of the finest Romanesque churches to be found in all of Catalonia dating back as far as the 11th and 12th centuries.
This is a good destination from which to trek the Aigüestortes National Park with its exceptional waterfalls feeding the Llebreta Lake and its numerous marked walking trails, variants off the Pyrenean wide GR11 coast to coast walking route.
As well as these natural delights the mountain complex at Boí Taüll makes the most of the surroundings for summer adrenalin seekers offering rafting, canyoning, horse riding, bungee jumping and quads.
Set amongst some of the highest peaks in the Catalan Pyrenees Boí Taüll offers an excellent alternative to the more famous Baqueira-Beret as a winter ski resort. This is the newest resort in the Catalan Pyrenees and provides a highly credible 46 pistes over 42km of downhill runs catering for all levels of ability. At an altitude ranging from 2000 up to 2750 metres elevation expert skiers are particularly well catered for here. Over half of the runs are red rated and there are some skiing gems to tackle including the 4km run from the top lift and a 6km off piste descent of the Vall de Moró. Recent improvements include a revamp of the snow park to the Vaques area, the installation of a boardercross and improvements to the children’s ski garden.