Europe’s most southerly ski resort is open for business. Located near the city of Granada the Sierra Nevada Ski Resort is currently undergoing a transformation that will see the introduction of an eight-seat chairlift that will service the Borreguiles beginner’s area. Sadly the new chairlift and two new tow lifts will not be ready until next season. What Sierra Nevada …
As the Sierra Nevada Ski Resort gears up for another exciting winter season Spain’s premier skiing destination has invested 9€ million in upgrades. With better snow management, added snow cannons, restoration work and new runs the 2019/2020 season looks like being the best ever. Europe’s most southerly ski resort is located near to the city of Granada just two hours …
The Sierra Nevada Natural Park has started its informative safety campaign this winter to ensure that members of the public can enjoy the mountains and the snow in safety for its most popular seasons. The protected park is open to all sorts of leisure activities and winter sports such as snow hiking, cross-country skiing, mountain climbing and its lesser known organised sledging …
A 24-year-old man died on Saturday after an off-piste snowboarding excursion at the Sierra Nevada ski station.
The Sierra Nevada Ski Resort in Granada will have around 57 kilometres of skiable pistes over the Christmas period, namely from now until January 6th 2015.
Weather conditions permitting there should be night skiing at the Sierra Nevada Ski Resort on Saturday, not only on the regular El Rio piste but also, for the first time, on the Maribel piste.
It was a good Inmaculada-Constitución weekend for the Sierra Nevada Ski Resort, some 21,000 skiers making the most of the holiday weekend.
The drop in temperature has resulted in the first snows at the Sierra Nevada Ski Resort in Granada.
A serious fire at the Hotel Lodge in urbanisation Pradollano at the Sierra Nevada ski resort in Granada has resulted in the evacuation of 52 people, clients and staff.
The Borreguiles ski lift will be in operation on Saturday night to ferry people from Pradollano to an altitude of 2,700 metres in order to watch the Perseids (Tears of Saint Lawrence) meteor shower.