In case that you still have any doubts please contact us by phone at +34 972 89 20 31 or email [email protected]
The resort of La Molina is located in the Cerdanya region of Catalonia, close to the town of Alp. You can reach the resort on public transport (train and bus). Detailed information on how to get here by car and public transport, as well as maps of the area and more specific location information, are included in the location section of this website.
La Molina ski resort opens its ski lifts to the public at 9.00 am and closes at 5.00 pm. Central office hours are from 8:30 a.m. to 6 p.m. daily. For more information, consult the Opening hours.
Yes, during the winter season lost property is taken to the head offices where it is registered and kept for 6 months. The telephone number is (+34) 972 89 20 31.
La Molina’s head offices are located in the builing called Telecabina Cadí Moixeró - Alp 2500 Cable car building; at the resort’s 1,700 m access to the cable car. The telephone number is (+34) 972 89 20 31.
Yes, you can reach La Molina on public transport (train and bus). Detailed information can be found in the ‘Transport to the slopes’ section of this website.
Yes, La Molina offers a ski wear rental service, which includes the "soft” equipment needed for skiing or snowboarding: specialised ski or snowboarding clothes and gloves. Detailed information can be found in the rent ski wear section of this website.
The La Molina and Alp2500 ski passes can be purchased from the La Molina online shop and at any of the customer service points during the hours detailed below.
- Customer service points on the Pista Llarga and Head Offices: from 8.30 h to 16.30 h Monday to Friday.
- Customer service points at Alabau: from 8.30 h to 14.00 h Monday to Sunday.
- Opening times of the customer service points at Roc Blanc and Font Canaleta: from 8.30 h to 14.00 h weekends only.
Yes. The beginners' pass gives access to the Pista Larga and Trampolín chairlifts and to the Johan Cruyff and Debutants conveyor belts. Consult the piste map for more information.
We do not have a Freestyle ski pass but you can enjoy Freestyle areas such as the Snowpark Trampoline, Torrent Negre or the halfpipe in the Alabau sector.
See https://www.turismefgc.cat/en/pirineu365/ for more information.
You can purchase the season pass preferably via La Molina’s online shop or at the head offices (cable car building). Season passes can be collected from the head offices. ID will be requested.
No, the La Molina ski pass is only valid for the ski lifts and slopes during the winter season. However, anyone purchasing a season ski pass will receive vouchers for the use of various services in the summer season. The vouchers can be exchanged at La Molina’s head offices.
If you witness an accident, you should mark the place where the accident took place by arranging skis in the snow in the shape of a cross and notify piste services at the nearest lift. You can also call (+34) 972 145 087. If you require medical assistance and do not have insurance, you will be charged for the services provided.
Check the coverage provided by the ski accident insurance at the following link.
La Molina is, by its very nature, a family resort. It offers all the necessary amenities and large areas suitable for family skiing. The range of services like ski schools, equipment rentals, and various restaurants make the Pista Llarga, Fontcanaleta and Trampolí sectors of the resort ideal for families.
These areas also get a lot of sun and have good visibility, making them perfect for any non-skiers to watch and enjoy the day alongside other family members practising the sport. The area around the Trampolí cable car also offers alternative activities to skiing so that everyone in the family can enjoy their day in the snow. We promise you’ll want to come back!
While not compulsory, wearing a helmet is highly recommended for adults and especially children. For children, it has been proven that wearing a helmet significantly reduces the possibility of suffering a serious head injury as a result of an impact or accident whilst practising winter sports.
During the winter season, La Molina offers a wide range of sporting and leisure activities. See what’s available in the activities section of this website.
Yes, they are allowed at the foot of the slopes and in the cable car, but they must be on a lead. Dangerous dog breeds should also be muzzled. Dogs are not allowed on the slopes under any circumstances.
Ski passes will not be refunded under any circumstances. The resort recommends you check the weather and snow forecast before purchasing your pass.
Yes, you may park in the fourth level of car park 1 (Pàrquing Telecabina), but camping is not allowed in any of the resort’s car parks. Please respect the surroundings at all times.
Yes, because the cable car ride pass includes the compulsory transport insurance that is a legal requirement for all passengers, regardless of age.
No, this season we are not offering any combined food and ski pass packages.
You must show up at the resort's customer service points located in the Central Offices.
No, the ticket offices sell La Molina and Alp 2500 ski passes and insurance only. Lessons are sold by the various schools operating in the resort. For more information, see the Schools section of this website.
No. We don’t offer lessons. They must be purchased separately, from the external operators.
Up-to-date information about piste conditions can be found in the snow reports posted at the ticket offices. You can also check the La Molina app or click on the following link: https://www.lamolina.cat/en/winter/resort/snow-report/
Any job opportunities at LA MOLINA are published in the "Work at FGC" section of the FGC corporate website. If there are no positions vacant, you can send us your CV and tell us about your profile and experience. Should any positions matching your profile become available, we’ll get in touch with you.
If you would like to work in one of the restaurants or ski schools, please contact them directly.
The free use of the so-called Ski-Bike or Snow-Bike devices is not allowed on the slopes of the mountain resorts managed by FGC. Except when its use is directly related to people with reduced mobility. The point where it mentions this issue in the conditions of use of the day passes is the 15 of the regulations of use and passes of the ski resorts FGC.