La Station Nordique du Capcir,
southern and Nordic certified excellence
A multitude of activities
Whether you are a great sportsman, amateur or enthusiast, come and take part in a fun festival with a wide variety of snow sports - cross-country skiing and skating, dog sledding, laser biathlon, pony sledding, walking, horseback riding or snowshoeing - all in the breathtaking setting of a domaine which has been awarded the 4 fir trees quality label and which extends over the sites of Col de la LLose, Col de la Quillane, Forêt de la Matte and Lac de l' Olive.
See the webcam of Col de la Llose
Imagine yourself aboard a trapper sled from then Far North in a snow-covered forest, or as part of a team of focussed biathlon-laser champions.
A protected environment
In the heart of the Catalan Pyrenees and its magnificent landscapes, 56 km of cross-country skiing tracks (groomed and tracked daily), 60 km of white way* (groomed and tracked twice a week).
*Access: cross-country skiing, cani-skiing, skijoring, snowshoes, walker and fat-bike.
THE BEST PICKS! A competitive form of Nordic skiing, biathlon combines shooting with cross-country skiing. To enjoy this activity in complete safety, come and try out the laser biathlon. Equipped with a laser rifle and supervised by a qualified instructor, you can combine the pleasure of skiing with aiming at a target. Popularised by the country's champion, Martin Fourcade, biathlon can be practised from the age of 8.
DID YOU KNOW? In the heart of the resort, after an hour's trek through the woods using your preferred skiing style, the Col del Torn refuge offers a friendly and warm break with a breathtaking view over the Capcir valley, where you can enjoy peace, space and nature. Catering is possible on site or there is also the option to cook your own meal. Telephone number: +33 (0)6 31 11 97 84
A UNIQUE EXPERIENCE! A nationally recognised model resort, Espace Nordique devotes a special place on the ski areas and shared slopes of La Quillane, La Forêt de la Matte and Lac de l'Olive to the practice of emerging activities such as fat-biking and skijoring, which consists in letting a dog or horse pull you on skis. Rules must be respected and are obligatory for all users