Travel and holiday times have come to a sudden and sharp halt. However, this doesn’t mean that you can’t explore Baqueira and the Val d’Aran from the comfort of your own home. Let us bring Baqueira to you. We have compiled a few videos so that we can inspire you without leaving your armchair! Pop the kettle on, settle in and travel with us to Baqueira.
Explore Baqueira and Val d’Aran
First, let’s explore the natural beauty of the valley, from its quaint villages unchanged by time to spectacular mountain landscapes, this 🎥 video takes us on an unforgettable journey. Exploring less seen areas of the Val d’Aran and inspiring us to get out there as soon as we can!
International freeride star: Aymar Navarro
Mountain beauty is incredible but for those of you sat at home, still dreaming about skiing and wanting a hair-raising adventure, this next 🎥 video is for you. You will be on the edge of your seat as we watch the inspiring Baqueira born, international freeride star, Aymar Navarro makes some incredible lines in some of the Val d’Aran’s most wild territory.
Ever wondered what it would be like to be an Arctic explorer with a team of dogs and a sled? We have you covered. We are bringing this 🎥 experience to you from Baqueira Beret and into your own home, you’ll almost be able to smell the winter air whooshing around you and the sound of the dogs barking as you sled through a snow covered forest.
For the thrill seekers out there, always wanted to try heli-skiing and now wondering when you will be able to? Here we have your first experience. Enjoy this 🎥 video showing what to expect when heliskiing.
Baqueira skiing experience
Wondering what an overall ski experience in Baqueira Beret will be like? Watch these videos (🎥1 & 🎥2) to experience the spirit of Baqueira from your living room. Carve down the pistes with us and then join us for a glass of champagne at the Moët Winter Lounge!
Proud of our local products
In this 🎥 video you can see all the local products of the Val d’Aran. Val d’Aran takes pride in its local produce, it was not until fairly recent history that the valley was connected with the rest of Spain and so they really lived from the land and created incredible local produce and delicacies.