Traditionally winter is associated with snow when we talk about Cerdanya. Puigcerdà is very close to the slopes of Masella (www.masella.com), La Molina(www.lamolina.com), Font-Romeu (www.font-romeu.fr), Lles (www.lles.net), Guils(www.guils.com), Les Angles (www.les-angles.com) and many more (http://www.cerdanyavirtual.com/estacions-esqui-cerdanya.htm). Other activities that can be done in winter can be snowshoeing, ice skating in the sports center of Puigcerdà, etc..
Magnificent time for hiking in the mountains and reach the great peaks of the valley such as Puigmal (2911 m.), the Carlit (2921 m.), Puigpedrós (2913 m.), etc.. Ideal also for walking, cycling routes and enjoy the intense green color in the landscapes. It can be a good time to take the yellow train and visit the spectacular historic center of Vilafranca de Conflent.
Ideal for those looking to escape the summer heat. Warm days and cool nights to enjoy the various popular festivals. In Puigcerdà there are three remarkable festivals: "El Roser" (town festival held the third weekend of July), the Fiesta del Lago (festival that unfolds around the lake of Puigcerdà, which highlights the swim across the lake, the parade of floats and the fireworks on the lake. It is held the penultimate weekend of August) and the Belfry Festival (held on September 8 and ends with a fireworks display at the Belfry).
For mushroom lovers, the Cerdanya offers in autumn countless forests to realize their passion. All kinds of mushrooms will delight mushroom hunters. Also noteworthy is the fair of Puigcerdà. It is held the first weekend of November and brings together tens of thousands of curious people to see the best examples of Hippano-Breton horses of the Cerdanya. If you like photography, the change of colors that occur in the forests of the region allow you to capture unforgettable moments.