Alp 2500

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Alp 2500
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La Molina ski resort
La Molina ski resort
Location Pyrenees mountains,
Catalonia,
 Spain
Nearest city Barcelona
Coordinates 42°20′37″N 1°57′22″E / 42.34361°N 1.95611°E / 42.34361; 1.95611 (Alp 2500)
Vertical 935 m - (3068 ft.)
Top elevation 2535 m - (8317 ft.)
Base elevation 1600 m - (5249 ft.)
Skiable area 133 km - (83 mi.)
Longest run 9 km - (5.6 mi.)
Web site lamolina.com
masella.com

Alp 2500 is a ski resort in La Cerdanya, Catalonia, in the Pyrenees mountains of northeastern Spain. It includes the two towns of La Molina and Masella, whose two respective ski areas united to form this resort. The nearest main town is Alp. The resort of Masella serves the mountain of La Tosa.

Alp 2500 has over 130 km (80 mi.) of slopes, and its Hotel Alp is only 50 meters (165 ft.) from the slopes.

La Molina hosted World Cup alpine events in December 2008 (women's technical events)[1] and the FIS Snowboarding World Championships in January 2011.

References[edit]

  1. ^ FIS.ski.com - La Molina events - 2008-12

External links[edit]

Coordinates: 42°19′46″N 1°54′50″E / 42.329375°N 1.914024°E / 42.329375; 1.914024