- Zermatt ski resort
- St. Moritz ski resort
- Verbier ski resort
- Arosa Lenzerheide ski resort
- Saas-Fee ski resort
- Andermatt-Sedrun ski resort
- Crans-Montana ski resort
- Davos-Klosters and Parsenn ski resort
- Engelberg-Titlis ski resort
Welcome to Europe's highest ski resort. Skiing enthusiasts from all over the world congregate in Zermatt. Guests come to experience perfect skiing with miles of pistes, fantastic slopes, sun and snow. Zermatt (1,620 m) pulses with life. Shops, cafés, bars and noble hotel lounges offer variety. But Zermatt is also a Walser village with houses dating back more than 500 years. Everything within a walk – even romantic neighborhoods and quiet corners. And all paths eventually lead directly to the peaceful and yet wild mountain world at the foot of the Matterhorn.
Triangular. A cragged rock “tooth” ranging into the heavens. Standing alone on the horizon. A magnet for alpinists, aesthetic emblem, mountain with ideal proportions. Rugged rock with magical light. Playing in a sea of clouds and horizontal colouring. Seeing enough of the Matterhorn? Not possible!
Official website: https://www.zermatt.ch/
There’s nothing more thrilling than seeing St. Moritz’s closest mountain, Corviglia, covered in radiant white powder snow. Corviglia is not only the birthplace of Alpine winter sports, it is also responsible for the start of winter tourism over 150 years ago. St. Moritz is one of the best winter sports regions in the world, so it’s no surprise that it has already hosted two Winter Olympic Games and five Alpine Ski World Championships. Altogether, the region boasts an incredible 87 pistes that all conform to World Cup quality standards. Experience the difference for yourself.
Here, at over 3,000 metres above sea level, you can also dine in style. The Corviglia ski region is itself a rare treat. From regional delicacies in the legendary Alpina Hütte with breathtaking views, to Gault Millau cuisine crafted by renowned chef Reto Mathis – there’s something here to satisfy every craving. Do you prefer the sweeter things in life? At the el paradiso chalet, you can sample a sweet treat described by the New York Times as “the best cream slice in the world”.
St. Moritz–Corviglia unites wellness and winter sports like no other ski region. How? For starters, with the world’s first yoga slope. This region has always possessed a unique and luxurious ambience, which is why Coco Chanel, Jacques Cartier, Conte Rossi and Philippe de Rothschild decided to establish the Corviglia Ski Club here in 1930. Ever since, it is been a popular rendezvous among the international jet set.
Experience the magic of St. Moritz and fall in love with Corviglia’s unique lifestyle.
Official website: https://www.stmoritz.com
Perched on a sunny plateau in the heart of the mountains, with its slate-roofed chalets, Verbier has carefully maintained its charm as an alpine village. This is the gateway to the 4 Vallées ski area – with nearly 100 lifts and more than 400 km of ski runs for all levels of expertise at your feet.
A freeride paradise, the resort is a must for skiers and snowboarders from all over the world, and its après-ski and aperitifs are a veritable institution on terraces where a cosmopolitan clientele of all generations is to be found. While this resort is a true paradise for winter sports, its summer options are just as appealing and are an open invitation to endless discoveries. The resort is a huge adventure playground for those skilled at mountain biking.
Linked to the 4 Vallées, Verbier and La Tzoumaz form part of Switzerland’s largest ski area with 410km of pistes. With activities such as ski touring, heli-skiing, and freeride on world-renowned marked routes, the ski area lacks for nothing. But the joys of snow sports aren’t just for skiers and boarders – walking, snowshoe, and cross-country skiing trails also allow you to lose yourself in nature and on your own terms. And for fun, take your family or friends on the longest sledge run in French-speaking Switzerland, in La Tzoumaz.
Official website: https://www.verbier.ch/
The two well-known holiday regions Arosa and Lenzerheide have been connected since the opening of the Urdenbahn in January 2014. The result is a snow sports paradise with 225 snow-safe slopes, twice as many rustic mountain huts and record-breaking sunny days. In summer, Arosa Lenzerheide offers numerous leisure activities on the hiking trails, bike trails or the mountain lakes of the region.
During the winter and the summer season there are plenty of happenings in Arosa! The mountains, the village and the lake offer unlimited options.
Discover the Lenzerheide holiday region and experience the most beautiful parts of this winter paradise in the heart of Graubünden. Get inspired and enjoy your perfect winter holiday in the Swiss mountains.
Official website: https://arosalenzerheide.swiss/
Winner of This year’s best ski resort Awards .More than 150 km of ski slopes. Because almost 100 km of slopes are marked as for intermediates and 37 km for beginners this will be the perfect vacation for the whole family .But also there are plenty trails to challenge any experienced riders with 23 km of black -diamond trails.The slopes are wide and well planed for carving and the snowpark is the paradise for snowborders and freeskiers. This resort is located in between 18 mountains that have 4000 meters height .
Official website: https://arosalenzerheide.swiss/
This resort is still young . Only since winter 2018/2019 Andermatt, Oberlap and Deni have been linked by lifts and slopes to create a single winter sports resort. New lifts and replacement for old ones are well underway. From that time the resort is considered as one of the largest and modern in Central Switzerland. All the new slopes are covered by snowmaking, and most of these new trail are intermediate. Prices for ski pass are calculated daily , and may vary depending on day of the week , weather , or the booking date.
Official website: www.andermatt.ch
Only 1,5 hours from Lausanne 2 hours from Geneva. Stretching from Mont Blanc to Matterhorn you can’t get a better view from Swiss ski spikes than Crans-Montana. It has more than 140 km of wide runs and ski slopes. It’s best known for intermediate terrain near 70 km, and 55 km for beginners. The resort has a ski kinder garden , family snow tubing , but also an action sport center with trampolines. One third of the slopes have the snow making , because Crans-Montana is south facing and get sun more than any y other ski resort. There is a snow park for boarders and ski freestylers, and some of the slopes are lighted for night riding .
Official website: www.crans-montana.ch
Davos-Klosters and Parsenn
One of the Europe’s biggest winter sports resorts. Which is situates near Landwasser River in eastern Switzerland. It is one of the highest in altitude. Resort offer more than 300 km of groomed runs most of which are for intermediates . It is also great for cross-country skiing , more that 140 km .Season starts in early October.
The two main centers are the completely dissimilar towns of Davos and Klosters. Parsenn, which links Davos and Klosters, is the major area, with some of the most challenging terrain and some of the longest runs in the Alps. All the slopes have plenty space for carved turns and the oldest downhill race in Switzerland.If you love winter sports than you definitely love this resort.
Only one hour from Zurich , this resort is one of the most popular resorts in Switzerland all year long. But in the winter time it is the largest family resort in central Switzerland. More than 80 km of slopes for beginners and intermediate riders. Thanks to the Titlis Glacier and the modern snow-making facilities the season starts in October and doesn’t ends until may. Because of the natural snow and height resort is especially popular with free riders. The lifts go up to the Trübsee and to Stand from Engelberg.