The resort rises above the pine-forested Gúdar mountains, a region dotted with medieval villages and criss-crossed by crystal-clear streams and rivers.

The altitude of Valdelinares (1,700 metres, 5,200 feet) is such that skiing is guaranteed throughout the ski season thanks to the latest advances in snow cannon technology.

For skiers who wish to indulge themselves for a day during a winter sun holiday, the three red slopes are ideal, and this season sees the opening of a new snowpark. There is a ski school and a ski rental shop. For a break from skiing, the restaurants and five cafeterias provide excellent queue-free service. The main dining building has been enlarged and redistributed this season.

The activities on offer in the surrounding area are spectacular – combine a day’s skiing with excursions to picturesque mountain villages, experience the local traditions and festivals or enjoy all types of adventure sports as a family group.

Its location allows visitors to enjoy not only winter sports but also the Mudéjar art in Teruel, a UNESCO World Heritage Site since 1986, and to visit the dinosaur park Dinópolis.

Skiing in Valdelinares

General information

Min. altitude: 1700 m
Max. altitude: 2024 m


Direct bus from railway station
Direct shuttle from railway station

Details about ski resort

Crosscountry slopes: 4 km

Artificial snow
Night skiing


Cable car
Chair lift
Child carpet lift
Child lift
Children's park
Child slope
Drag lift