Andorra is once again the epicentre of the global alpine skiing elite

2023 Audi FIS World Cup.

The world elite of alpine skiing will meet again on the slopes of Grandvalira for the finals of the 2023 Audi FIS World Cup.
The 25 best skiers in each category of the World Cup will compete for the cup in each discipline: slalom, giant slalom, super-G and downhill, in both the men and women’s categories.
In the world of alpine skiing, these races are among the most important events worldwide, second only to the Olympics and the World Championships.
Come to Andorra to see the world’s best skiers compete!
The nine competition races will be held on Grandvalira’s Avet and Àliga slopes. The men’s and women’s downhill will open the finals, followed by the super-G in the two categories, the women’s slalom, the men’s giant slalom, and will close with the women’s giant slalom and the men’s slalom. New this year will be the parallel giant team race.
The iconic Avet slope in the Soldeu sector, with a length of almost 1.2 km and a maximum gradient of 60%, will host the technical disciplines of slalom and giant slalom.
The Àliga slope in the El Tarter sector, which has a double track (which from a bird’s eye view forms the ‘X’ that symbolises the Grandvalira logo), will be the setting for the speed races. The slope is 2.7 km long, 60 m wide and has a descent of 600 m.
Abarset, meanwhile, located in the Tarter car park, will be the epicentre of off-piste activities. Trophies will be awarded for each discipline and there will be a ‘Ski Festival’ hosting children’s activities, music, and food and drink, among other things.