Sierra Nevada's ski resort lies on the Veleta peak, in the Granada part of the mountain. Your starting point is Pradollano. From there, the first lifts take you to the main hub, Borreguiles, at about 457 m / 1500 ft above the main village. From there, up the hill starts the Loma de Dilar track.
You can reach the spot either by foot from Borreguiles or by using the Jara chairlift from Pradollano and then the Monachil chairlift to the start of the track. Halfway Loma de Dilar track, you will pass the Sulayr Superpark on your right and Loma de Dilar on your left. Other tracks driving you to Sulayr Superpark are the Poniente and the Penon de Dilar tracks. In the area, there have been held a lot of Finals in the past, like the Freestyle and snowboard Super Finals.
Since the setup of the Sulayr Superpark, it has been a worldwide spot destination for freestyle sports, with the biggest permanent half pipe in Spain. One of the best installations in Europe, the spot provides with parallel slalom, slope style, snowboard cross track, and the huge halfpipe (165 m/541 ft long, 6 m/19 ft high, three jumps on each side, 32.5 % incline, with major competitions ISF standards).
For the beginner blue painted tracks, there are two 5 m/16 ft snow ramps, 3 and 6 m/9 and 19 ft flat boxes, a 3 m/9 ft flat curved down up down box, a 4 m/13 ft pipe and 6 m/19 ft up flat down box. The intermediate and advanced track consists of three natural ramps offering: 10 and 6 m/32 and 19 ft parallel ramp jumps, 6 and 14 m/19 and 45 ft jumps, and the third with 6, 4 and 2 m/19, 13 and 6 ft.
There are also artificial installations offering: two parallel structures ( a flat and an up-flat-down of 6 m/19 ft), a 6 m/19 ft pipe bomb with a flat down box and a highly challenging vertical box. With plenty of training schools, clubs and teams, it’s the perfect meeting point for the advanced or beginner skiers. Nearby, there is the Montebajo restaurant.