Puerto De Navacerrada Reviews

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Manuel Gonzalez

This resort is one of the 3 ones are near of Madrid. Usually needs to use snow cannons to have snow, but when is naturally snowed has the best tracks, especially Guarramillas in the High zone and El bosque in the Low zone. Cheapest than the nearest Valdesqui, can be crowded on weekends, being practically imposible to find parking on sunny days if you depart from Madrid later than 9am. A little tricky resort because some of the mentioned tracks doesn't exist currently. Pluviometro and Arroyo Frio could be back some day, but Stadium, Estacion, Manchegos and other never will back again due to lack of snow or snow cannons and enviroment issues. Little nite life, you have to go to Segovia, the nearest city at 15 miles, to find some. ... Full Review
beautiful tracks
small, little snow and crowded...
8 years ago

Only 37 miles from the Spanish capital Madrid, Puerto Navacerrada also lays claims to one of the best trail length to uplift ratios in Spain, and much of that uplift by chairs rather than the normal drags. The terrain is divided in to two sections – ‘High’ and ‘Low’. Neither is particularly expansive nut it’s the High Zone that most serious skiers head to, with all the terrain suited to intermediate level skiers and offering the maximum 1200 foot vertical. The resort’s slalom stadium is here, home to the only black run. ... Full Review
15 years ago

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