Between a total of 51 slopes, Candanchú has nearly 50 kilometers of ski slopes of which 10 are green, 12 are blue, 16 are red, and 13 are black. Its lowest point is at an altitude of 1,530 meters, while its highest point reaches 2,400 meters and is found near Peak Tuca Blanca. The slopes can be accessed by any of the 25 ski lifts, divided among chair lifts, surface lifts, and magic carpets. It has a ski resort at the bottom with three different paths that have a total area of 15 kilometers. The resort also houses the only biathlon stadium in Spain. The main services that Candanchú offers are skiing lessons, ski rentals and repairs, snowmobiles, snowshoes, sledding, and kiddy areas. At the foot of the slopes an entire city has developed where you can find all kinds of accommodations. If you’re planning to stay in Candanchú, you’ll probably want to keep reading for our recommendations in order to find the accommodations that best fit your wants and needs.