Sierra Nevada plans to open on Monday with 95 km ski slopes

The winter resort of Sierra Nevada, located in Granada, plans to begin the last week of the year with the opening of 95 km of slopes suitable for skiing, coinciding with the favorable weather forecast and a hotel occupancy reaching 90 percent.

In this sense, the ski station has reached its maximum extension on Sunday and has opened the first line of modules of the new snow super park ‘Sulayr’, one of the most significant novelties of this season.

As reported by Cetursa, the company that manages the park, the first ‘snowboarders’ and freestyle fans enjoyed this Sunday the mid-level modules of ‘Sulayr’ while on Monday will be incorporated the most demanding jumps. In the new ‘Sulayr’ is also installed background music and soon ‘WIFI’.

Thus, the premiere of the new ‘Sulayr‘ has coincided with the day that Sierra Nevada has reached the largest ski area in the season with 84 kilometers of slopes in a day of sunshine and good weather to the enjoyment of skiers and snowboard fans.

For Monday, the area will exceed 95 kilometers with slopes in all areas of the station and levels of snow of more than two metres in some areas and quality of powder snow throughout the ski area of Sierra Nevada.

On the occasion of Christmas, the ski station also has invited its customers to a glass of champagne on the terrace ‘chill out’ of Borreguiles, an invitation that will be repeated on January 1st and 2nd.

Moreover, on January 1st there will be a magic show for parents and children in the cinema Telecabina and on January 4th one of puppets on the same stage. On January 3rd will be held a parade with the pages of the Three Wise Men. And in the afternoon of January 5th the Three Wise Men come down skiing the slope of El Rio.

Raúl G.T

Developer and content editor at Malagaweb.com
Travel blogger, web developer and content editor. Author of many of the travel guides and tips available online about Andalucia, Malaga and Spain.
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