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  • Add to my SkiindexAdelboden
  • Traditional chocolate-box-pretty mountain village with extensive slopes linked to Lenk resort. Good off-slope facilities. Somewhat unreliable snow cover. Few challenges for black-diamond skiers unless they look off-piste. 185km of pistes, 56 lifts.
  • Add to my SkiindexAndeer
  • Nestled deep in the Schamsertal between the gorges of Via Mala and Rofflaschlucht at 1,000m, south of Domat/Ems, Andeer is a lovely village of 750 inhabitants, offering good beginner and intermediate skiing on its wide-open slopes.
  • Add to my SkiindexAndermatt
  • An old-fashioned ski resort with some great off-piste, 34 lifts and 166km of groomed runs. Located in the Gotthard holiday region of Switzerland. Excellent snow record.
  • Add to my SkiindexAnzere
  • Great powder skiing in 2,500m altitude. A small, French speaking village in Switzerland. 1,500 metre verticals, 11 lifts including 1 gondola.
  • Add to my SkiindexAppenzell
  • Gateway to the pre-Alpine world of the Alpstein Massif with brightly painted houses in the traffic-free town centre, close to St.Gallen. Offering mainly intermediate skiing & snowboarding on the surrounding slopes.
  • Add to my SkiindexArosa
  • Classic Swiss winter sport resort with abundance of snow, few queues, 70km of runs with 14 lifts, and with plenty to do off the slopes. Altitude 1,800-2,655m.
  • Add to my SkiindexBeatenberg
  • High above Lake Thun and the world-famous tourist centre of Interlaken, situated on a sun terrace 1,200m above sea level. One aerial cableway and 4 skilifts take skiers and snowboarders to two clearly laid out and good value ski areas.
  • Add to my SkiindexBeckenried - Klewenalp
  • 35km of excellently prepared pistes high above Lake Lucerne. Skiing and snowboarding at 1,300 to 1,940m altitude. The Klewenalp Stockhütte Salomon station is new and gives you the opportunity to try out the latest skis and boards accompanied by an expert.
  • Add to my SkiindexBettmeralp
  • Nestled on a high plateau at the top end of Valais, the canton famous for its sunshine, its mountains and its wines, at an altitude of 1950m. Mostly red, wide-open runs.
  • Add to my SkiindexBraunwald
  • A car-free, family friendly ski resort on the sun-soaked Glarus terrace offering mainly intermediate skiing with countless breathtaking views. Less than one hour's drive from Zurich, the nearby Glarus Alps tower up to 3,614m above sea level.
  • Add to my SkiindexBrigels-Waltensburg-Andiast
  • Skiing and snowboarding on 75km of groomed runs in 2,400m altitude.
  • Add to my SkiindexBündner Herrschaft
  • Spread around the capital of the Bündnerland, extending from the Rhine valley at Chur and Grüsch-Danusa in the Vorderprättigau area over the Domleschg pass to the Viamala Gorge at Thusis. Area contains six ski resorts (number of lifts, altitude): Chur-Brambrüesch (5, 2174 m), Feldis (2, 1966 m), Grüsch-Danusa (8, 1800 m), Obermutten (2, 2000 m), Sarn-Heinzenberg (3, 2160 m) and Tschappina (5, 2182 m).
  • Add to my SkiindexCelerina - Engadin
  • A small Swiss village right next door to St. Moritz, in the center of Engadine. Beautiful old stone houses painted with the local graffito designs, an authentic village atmosphere. 1,856m to 3,300m of altitude, extensive and varied skiing spreading over five ski areas, totalling 430km of marked slopes, over 50 lifts.
  • Add to my SkiindexChampéry
  • Picture-postcard village with access to very extensive Portes du Soleil slopes (by a cable-car). High up in the Swiss Alps but less than an hour and a half from Geneva airport. 650km of pistes, 219 lifts, altitude 1,000m to 2,350m. Lot to do off the slopes.
  • Add to my SkiindexChampex - Lac
  • The narrow hairpin road up to Champex guarantees that this delightfully forested family resort with its scenic frozen lake never sees a queue. Skiing here is limited to 4 lifts and no more than 25km of pistes, which are very steep if taken off-piste directly under the main chair. Powder on the north face remains good for weeks. 1,470m to 2,188m.
  • Add to my SkiindexChandolin
  • Ski area appealing to the skier wishing to explore the combined St-Luc/Chandolin ski region, the largest snowfield in Val d'Anniviers. Chandolin's mountain transport system consists of a cable car, a cable chair, 13 ski lifts, a snowpark and a halfpipe. These installations enable skiers of all levels to make the most of the 75 kms of ski runs.
  • Add to my SkiindexChâteau-d'Oex
  • Small ski resort near Gstaad, 150km NW of Geneva and 90km south of Bern. Linked by road with nearby Rougemont, Rossinière and Les Mosses-La Lécherette resorts.
  • Add to my SkiindexCrans-Montana
  • Perched on a plateau overlooking the Rhone valley, resort has the advantage of a Mediterranean microclimate. There is never a shortage of sunshine. Large piste area suitable for all, splendid panoramatic views, modern lift system with few lines if any at all. 35 lifts on 160km of pistes, 50% intermediate runs, 1,500-3,000m altitude.
  • Add to my SkiindexDavos
  • A big town surrounded by a great Alpine playground, one of Switzerlands most well-known resorts. Very extensive slopes, high altitude, many superb, long runs, lots of accessible off-piste terrain, some captivating mountain restaurants above Klosters. Luxurious, expensive, five-star ski resort with plenty of aprés-ski activities.
  • Add to my SkiindexDisentis - Sedrun
  • Two neighbouring small ski resorts offering 110km of pistes for all standards, including lots of off-piste terrain. Located on the #19 interstate between Chur and Andermatt.
  • Add to my SkiindexEinsiedeln
  • Nestled in an idyllic, open setting in the foothills of the Alps at 950m above sea level. The Hoch Ybrig's safe skiing attracts skiers and snowboarders alike. Families particularly appreciate the nearness of the pistes, the cosy restaurants and the central location of the hotels. The children's ski school is one of the best in Switzerland.
  • Add to my SkiindexElm
  • 35km of mainly intermediate, high altitude skiing and snowboarding with lots of off-piste possibilities. Near Glarus, south-east of Zurich.
  • Add to my SkiindexEngelberg
  • High up in the valley behind the Walenstöcken, ski resort offers a wealth of slopes and facilities. 82km of runs and an unforgettable 12km descent down to the valley floor.
  • Add to my SkiindexFlims - Laax - Falera
  • So called White Arena offers 29 hi-tech lift facilities and 220km of slopes, located at altitudes between 1,100 and 3,000m above sea level. The longest descent is 14km. Snowboarders rave about the halfpipes and the boarder parks; children are drawn to the “Dreamland“ - where it’s fun to learn how to ski or snowboard.
  • Add to my SkiindexFlumserberg
  • Family-oriented ski resort with wide range of children’s activities, where snowboarders rave about the snowpark and about the ‘free riding’ and carvers find our pistes simply exquisite. Located south of St.Gallen, offers skiing in 1,400m - 2,222m altitude.
  • Add to my SkiindexFrutigland-Kandersteg
  • One of the most frequently visited places in the Bernese Oberland region, Switzerland. An alpine village with traditional wooden chalets, 2 hours of drive from Basel and Zürich, and about 1 hour from Berne. Nearby ski areas Oeschinen and Sunnbüel offer 15km of groomed runs with 7 lifts.
  • Add to my SkiindexFürstentum Liechtenstein
  • Skiing in the small country in the Rhine Valley.
  • Add to my SkiindexGlacier Aletsch
  • At the foot of the Aletsch area, surrounded by majestic giant mountains, there is the mysteriously rumbling Aletsch glacier, the longest ice current of the Swiss Alps. Besides Brig, there is a northwestern ridge belonging to the Aletsch area including the spas Riederalp, Bettmeralp and Fiesch.
  • Add to my SkiindexGoms
  • The ski regions of Bellwald, Erner Galen and Fiescheralp-Eggishorn, along the edge of the Aletsch glacier, offer mixed slopes for every level of ability. The upper alpine valley is well-known for its 100 km of outstanding groomed trails and great snow record.
  • Add to my SkiindexGrächen - St. Niklaus
  • The centre of Grächen, with its typical black Valais chalets, is a car-free zone, with parking at the village entrance. Two cable railways provide access to the guaranteed snowy ski regions at between 1,620m and 2,890m above sea level.
  • Add to my SkiindexGrimentz
  • Mainly intermediate skiing goes here as high as 3,000m and offers a magnificent panoramic view over the Val d'Anniviers to the Rhône Valley. Optimal snow conditions are guaranteed by snow canons from the village up to an altitude of 2,500m.
  • Add to my SkiindexGrindelwald
  • Traditional Swiss Alpine town in spectacular scenery directly beneath the towering north face of the Eiger, offering the highest skiing in the area. 205km of long, broad and gentle runs, 45 lifts. Drawdowns: very limited expert terrain and poor snow reliability because of relatively low altitude. Sometimes dreadful lift lines too.
  • Add to my SkiindexGrüsch - Danusa
  • Intermediate skiing in 800m - 1,800m altitude above Grüsch. Other famous resorts of Davos/Klosters, Flims/Laax, Lenzerheide and Arosa are no more than 15-45 min away.
  • Add to my SkiindexGstaad
  • Traditional Alpine village with a traffic-free centre in the south-west of Switzerland. 250km of extensive, long runs, 67 lifts, grand views, lively aprés-ski scene and wide range of off-slope diversions. 1,000m to 3,000m of altitude.
  • Add to my SkiindexHeidiland
  • There may not be glaciers, but there is sure to be good snow. Mainly intermediate ski & snowboard resort located at Sargans, north of Chur, south of Feldkirch.
  • Add to my SkiindexHoch - Ybrig
  • Located in an idyllic, open landscape in the foothills of the Alps at 900 - 2,000m altitude, offering over 50km of mainly intermediate skiing and boarding, served by 11 lifts.
  • Add to my SkiindexInterlaken
  • Choose your favorite of three nearby glorious ski areas "Mürren-Schilthorn", "Kleine Scheidegg-Männlichen" and "Grindelwald-First". More than 45 cable cars and lifts, 213km downhill ski slopes, 100km scenic hiking trails, 50 km sledging trails, 30km cross-country runs. Valley stations accessible by train, bus and car.
  • Add to my SkiindexKandersteg
  • Small, family-friendly ski area great for beginners and early intermediates, one hour drive from Bern, and in two hours from Basle and Zurich via the BLS Lötschberg railway.
  • Add to my SkiindexKerenzerberg
  • A small, family friendly ski resort at about 1,200m altitude at the foot of the Fronalp massif. Offering mainly beginner to imtermediate, well groomed slopes.
  • Add to my SkiindexKlosters
  • Located 1,200m above sea level in the Prättigau valley in the heart of Graubünden, Switzerland. Closely linked to the Davos skiing area - both offer totalling of 320km of well groomed slopes as well as excellent off-piste skiing.
  • Add to my SkiindexLake Luzern
  • Ski nine nearby ski & snowboard areas and experience a close encounter with the fantastic mountain landscape (Rigi, Klewenalp, Wirzweli, Bannalp, Titlis, Brunni, Melchsee-Frutt, Mörlialp, Lungern-Schönbüel).
  • Add to my SkiindexLenk
  • A traditional Swiss spa village situated at the end of the wide Simmen Valley. Together with nearby Adelboden the resort shares 170km of slopes served by 55 lifts. The new six-seater gondola enhances the lift links between the resorts.
  • Add to my SkiindexLenzerheide and Valbella
  • The villages of Lenzerheide and Valbella lie at either end of a lake in a wide, wooded pass running from Churwalgen to Parpan, Lantsch and Lenz, with high mountains on either side. Transport is based on an efficient system of buses. Snow-safe winter resort at 1500 to 2865m with 155 km of prepared runs, 39 lifts and good off-piste terrain.
  • Add to my SkiindexLes Crosets
  • This family-oriented village at 1,668m altitude is the ideal jumping off point for anyone who wants to explore the Portes du Soleil. This pass is a vital link between the French Haut Savoie and the Swiss Valais and lent its name to the now-famous winter area.
  • Add to my SkiindexLes Diablerets
  • An unspoilt mountain village set in the heart of the Alpes Vaudoises, at the foot of a mountain range capped by the Diablerets Glacier. The authenticity of the village and its friendly inhabitants will make your holiday an unforgettable experience.
  • Add to my SkiindexLes Paccots
  • A small ski village located between Vevey and Fribourg, offering beginner to early intermediate skiing & snowboarding at 1,050m - 1,500m altitude.
  • Add to my SkiindexLeukerbad
  • German speaking region in central Switzerland with two ski-lifts and a four-seat chairlift near the village. But, most importantly, you can take the Torrent cableway up to a vast skiing area with 60km of slopes of all degrees of difficulty.
  • Add to my SkiindexLeysin
  • The south-facing Swiss four-season resort above the town of Aigle is a successful and attractive mix of modern hotels and old chalets. 60km od ski runs with 17 lifts. One of the top Swiss resorts for snowboarders. 1,200m to 2,200m of altitude.
  • Add to my SkiindexLötschental
  • The Lötschberg holiday region in winter – a Winter Wonderland, an Eldorado for alpine skiers. Family friendly ski areas for beginners and experts await down-hill skiers and snow-boarders in the Lötschen valley and Kandersteg.
  • Add to my SkiindexLungern
  • A small, family oriented, reasonably snowsure ski resort located halfway between Lucerne and Interlaken. 22km of mainly intermediate pistes serviced by 6 lifts, including impressive cable car and a windproof 4-chair. 1,562m - 2,205m altitude.
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