Superparque Sulayr is a snowpark with various different types of jumps and obstacles for freestyle skiers and snowboarders. It has the longest line in Europe, and the biggest halfpipe in Spain, at 180 m long.
In the 2022/23 season, the snowpark will host the Snowboard Cross World Cup on 10-12 March.
You can get there from Pradollano on the Jara chairlift, and then the Monachil chairlift. From Borrachiles, take the Emilo Reyes chairlift.
- Location: Loma de Dilar
- Length: 1080 m (in 3 areas)
- Width: 80 m
- Vertical drop: 210 m
- Cross circuit ski-cross and snowboard-cross: 750 m
- Altitude: 2360-2625 m
- Format: Freestyle and snowboard
- Lifts: Two four-seater chairlifts (Loma de Dilar and Monachil)
SECTORS OF SULAYR SUPERPARK
There are eight sectors of the snowpark, including the Kidspark, each with a selection of natural and artificial jumps and obstacles, for snowboarders and freestylers. In some cases, riders have a choice of heights so they can take the one which best suits their ability. The snowpark features the longest line in Europe, with 60 modules, including 46 in a single run, and there are 110 modules in the snowpark in total.
The routes and modules are graded and colour-coded by level of difficulty as follows, as per pistes:
- XS: Easy (green)
- S: intermediate (blue)
- M: Difficult (red)
- L: Very difficult (black)
- XL: Extremely difficult (black)
- XXL: Extremely difficult (superior) (black)
This is the longest "slopestyle" slope park in Europe.
- Levels of difficulty: Easy XS (Minipark); Intermediate S (see 4 Sectors listed below); Very difficult XL (Pro-line World Cup)
- Natural snow obstacles and artificial snow obstacles (painted orange and black according to difficulty) with marked routes according to level of difficulty: total 60
- Half Pipe: (XL) 180 m in Loma de Dílar - the longest in Spain
- Cross circuit: Sited in Superparque Sulayr for Ski and Snowboard Cross
- Opening hours: 10.00 - 16.30
Sulayr Snowpark includes an area for children to learn freeriding, Minipark, which has smaller versions of typical obstacles such as boxes and rainbows.