The Masella ski resort, located on the north face of La Tosa mountain, is an outstanding vantage point overlooking the sunny valley of La Cerdaña. Masella is set in the midst of a dense pine forest and 90% of its slopes are oriented towards the north; both these factors favour snow conservation and enables skiers to enjoy what is one of the longest seasons in the Pyrenees. At the base of the resort there are green slopes for beginners and a snow garden for younger skiers. The runs through the woods offer skiers the chance to enjoy nature, and the higher levels guarantee all the thrills of alpine landscapes and pistes which won't disappoint even the most expert skiers and surfers. Masella has the greatest difference in height in the Eastern Pyrenees, with an uninterrupted descent of 935 m from the summit of La Tosa (2,535 m) to the Pla de Masella (1,600 m). It has a total of 74 km of pistes to suit all levels, so that everyone is guaranteed a perfect day's skiing at Masella. For the maximum convenience of surfers and skiers, there is a full range of services at 1,600 m at the foot of the slopes, where all the pistes converge.