Candanchú is a ski resort situated near the town of Canfranc in the High Aragon of the western Pyrenees (province of Huesca, Spain). The name of the area is a corruption of "Camp d'Anjou" as this was originally the site of a military camp of the French Angevin dynasty. This is also located near the road on the historical Camino de Santiago.
It has 59 km of marked pistes, it's one of the earliest developed resorts of the Pyrenees. It's known by its very difficult steep pistes, like the one called Tubo Zapatilla. The highest point is La Tuca peak, 2400 m AMSL, with a vertical drop of 900 m.
The base of the resort is a purpose-built town which includes several hotels and apartments and is situated at 1500 m AMSL. From there the main chair lifts provide access for the resort. The resort itself occupies two different high mountain valleys, defining two sectors: Pista Grande - El Tobazo, and La Tuca. The first one is the lower sector where the main town and the parking are situated, the upper La Tuca valley is accessed from there using a chair lift.
Candanchú offers a joint ski pass with the neighbouring resort of Astún.