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Logo Aramón Formigal.png
General view of the resort.
Location: Tena Valley, Pyrenees, Spain
Nearest city: Sabiñánigo
Top elevation: 2250 m
Base elevation: 1500 m
Skiable area: 137 km
Runs: 90
Longest run: 4 km
Lift system: 11 chair lifts. 7 ski tows. 4 magic carpet lifts.
Web site:
Close up of the main town.
A chair lift through the forest.

Formigal, officially called Aramón Formigal, is a ski resort situated near the town of Sallent de Gallego in the upper Tena Valley of the western Pyrenees (province of Huesca, Spain).


The resort

It has 137 km of marked pistes, being the largest of Spain. The highest point is Tres Hombres peak, 2250 m AMSL, with a vertical drop of 750 m.

The base of the resort is a purpose-built town which includes several hotels and apartments and is situated at 1500 m AMSL. From there an 8-seat chair lift provides the main access for the resort. Prior to 2004 this access was provided by a gondola lift, informally called "El huevo" (The egg) by its users. The resort itself occupies four different high mountain valleys, defining three sectors: Tres Hombres (Crestas), Izas, Anayet and El Portalet. Each valley is accessible by car and a bus service, with a parking and service area at its base from where the chair lifts depart.



Almost all of the resort's lifts are modern and of high capacity, the resort has 21 lifts made up of:

  • 1 8-seater chairlift
  • 4 6-seater chairlift
  • 5 4-seater chairlift
  • 1 2-seater chairlift
  • 5 Button lifts.
  • 5 magic carpet lifts.


The resort offers 90 pistes of different difficulties:

  •      7 beginners.
  •       18 easy.
  •       33 intermediate.
  •       39 expert.


Former Formigal logo

External links

Chair lift with the Pic du Midi d'Ossau in the background (El Portalet sector).


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