The Sierra Nevada ski station is trying to get everything ready to open for the last weekend of November, that’s if Covid and sufficient snowfall permit.
The publicy owned company that runs the ski resort, Cetursa, has been rubbing its hands but not because of the cold up there, but instead in glee over the snowfall Wednesday night and throughout Thursday.
The snowline starts between 2,600 and 2,700 metres with about ten centimetres thickness in the Borreguiles area of the ski station. Further up, it will be thicker, of course.
The Chairman of the Asociación de Empresarios de Sierra Nevada, Enrique de la Higuera, is dismayed by the general uncertainty concerning what the Junta plans to do on the 9th, even though it is looking increasingly like a total lockdown with people confined to their homes.
He pointed out that many, many businesses need a bit of clarity from the authorities in order to fire up or not the shops, hotels and other businesses up in Pradollano.
(News: Sierra Nevada, Granada, Andalucia)