Formigal, officially Aramón Formigal, is a ski resort in the Aragon Pyrenees of northeastern Spain. It is near the town of Sallent de Gallego in the upper Tena Valley in the province of Huesca.
Formigal has 137 km (85 mi) of marked pistes, the most in Spain. The highest point is Tres Hombres peak at 2,250 m (7,382 ft) above sea level, with a vertical drop of 750 m (2,461 ft).
The base of the resort is a purpose-built town which includes several hotels and apartments at 1,500 m (4,921 ft). From there an 8-seat chairlift provides the main access for the resort. Prior to 2004 this access was provided by a gondola, informally called "El huevo" (The egg) by its users. The resort itself occupies four different high mountain valleys, defining three sectors: Tres Hombres (Crestas), Izas, Anayet and El Portalet. Each valley is accessible by car and a bus service, with a parking and service area at its base from where the chair lifts depart.