Previsión

WED

THU

FRI

Veleta Borreguiles Pradollano
Temp. 1 3 7
Visib. Total Total Total
Veloc. 20 15 5

Previsión de apertura

Pistas
78

Remontes
10

Km
77,46

Aviso:
Previsión de apertura para el día 19 de Enero. Aforo en pistas: 5.500 esquiadores. Capacidad Telecabinas: reducida. Guarden las distancias de seguridad. Uso obligatorio de mascarilla.

Estado de Pistas

Previsión

Calidad
Polvo

Espesores
40-100

KM
77,46

Remontes

Pistas

Generado el 1/18/2021 a las 5:20 PM

Influx data at the station

CAPACITY CONTROL FROM DECEMBER 15 TO FEBRUARY 28

Know the influx data to the station in real time, and organize your trip safely. Traffic lights indicate daily percentage of capacity available with ski pass purchase option. Full traffic lights close the ski pass sale for the indicated day.
We remember that you can only make the purchase online.

Last update: Monday 18 January 08:36

Full
Available
January 2021
Tu19
Buy
We20
Buy
Th21
Buy
Fr22
Buy
Sa23
Buy
Su24
Buy
Mo25
Buy
Tu26
Buy
We27
Buy
Th28
Buy
Fr29
Buy
Sa30
Buy
Su31
Buy
February 2021
Mo1
Buy
Tu2
Buy
We3
Buy
Th4
Buy
Fr5
Buy
Sa6
Buy
Su7
Buy
Mo8
Buy
Tu9
Buy
We10
Buy
Th11
Buy
Fr12
Buy
Sa13
Buy
Su14
Buy
Mo15
Buy
Tu16
Buy
We17
Buy
Th18
Buy
Fr19
Buy
Sa20
Buy
Su21
Buy
Mo22
Buy
Tu23
Buy
We24
Buy
Th25
Buy
Fr26
Buy
Sa27
Buy
Su28
Buy

For the limitation to 50% access to the ski domain, Sierra Nevada - which will deduct from the capacity the holders of seasonal ski passes, long duration and the holders of ski days not consumed by the premature closure of the previous season - will inform daily on the website the percentage of ski passes that can be acquired and will block those days that are complete.

How is the capacity calculated?
Sierra Nevada establishes the capacity on pistes taking into account the carrying capacity of the ski lifts that are operational each day (vehicle occupancy + travel time), the waiting time of the users before accessing these ski lifts, the ski area (hectares of open slopes) and the frequency of descents of the average user on the slope of the slopes that enter service each day (it is estimated that a skier or snowboarder skis on average 5 hours daily on routes that add up to a slope of 3,700 meters).

Taking advantage of the obligation to limit the capacity, the station will delve into the calculation of capacity by introducing other variables such as the difficulty of the tracks that are put into service. This will be joined by an on-the-spot measurement of user behaviour in time runs and its effect on ski lift access and distribution queues in the ski domain that is enabled every day

 

 

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