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Anyone been to Pas de la casa or Arinsal recently??

 Poster: A snowHead
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I have the chance of a deal march 7th staying at Hotel Montane, Arinsal or Phoebus Hotel in Pas. Would really appriciate any info on either of these. not sure if Arinsal is abit resricted for intermediates and advanced? would welcome any views. Question
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 Obviously A snowHead isn't a real person
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If Intermidiate/advanced I would go to Pas. A lot more skiing/boarding to be had and I would think more challenging as well than Arinsal. You can also get an extension to your pass that opens up all the territory to Soldue (spelling?)

I think Arinsal as a town has a better atmosphere as it's quite small.. But doesn't mean Pas is bad, it's definitley bigger with more choices of food, good bars and clubs,shops etc. It's more developed than Arinsal.
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