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La Molina and Are

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Has anyone been to La Molina in Spain or Are in Sweden? Advice on both resorts gratefully received!
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La Molina, yes. It's next door to Masella. I went to both at the end of the 2014-15 season as they had the best snow in Europe at that point, from what I recall.
Easy to drive there from Barcelona, no one there, pretty laid back small places with no real hype or BS. I didn't stay in either resort centre, but in a cute local stone village a short drive down the mountain.
The main issue was getting fed in the evenings - the resort closed at ordinary late-season times, but the restaurants don't open until close to midnight... but that's Spain for ya.
The off piste looked somewhat rocky - there wasn't the overall snow depth to make that interesting.
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Yes to La Molina, but way back in 1983 (IIRC). In that Jan we had very little snow and had to go up to Andorra for the last couple of days in search of snow. I liked that we were in Spain, it had a very different ambience to that of skiing in the Alps at that time. Likely, of course, to be a very different place now!
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I know La Molina very well although it's by no means my favourite ski area in the eastern Pyrenees. Fire away!
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