In Andorra, there isn’t much danger from other people, but be careful on the mountains. Don’t go too high until you know what you’re doing.
Drivers are advised to avoid crossing back into France if the Spanish side of the Pyrenees has had lovely bright sunlight all day and the road temperatures drop significantly in the evening – there is a risk of black ice from ice melt. The weather in the French Pyrenees differs greatly from that in Andorra and the Spanish Pyrenees. If necessary, stay overnight since chilly morning temperatures are more visible and less dangerous than abrupt nighttime ice.
The Meritxell (pronounced merichai) Hospital (+376 871 000) is Andorra’s major hospital.