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Home to some of the world’s most spectacular mountain scenery (you can’t beat the Jungfrau), Europe’s highest lifts (at Zermatt), some of the world’s biggest ski areas (like the 4 Valleys around Verbier), the only ski area on the planet that opens its slopes 365 days a year, weather permitting (Zermatt again), the world’s original winter sports resort (St Moritz in 1864), peaceful, car-free resorts (like Saas Fee), some huge lift-served verticals, a wonderful public transport system (seamless from airport to resort) and great cheese and chocolate ... Switzerland is hard to beat.

Our guide to skiing in Switzerland

Ski Resorts in Switzerland

Adelboden Ski Resort



The classic Swiss resort of Adelboden has a thoroughly modern outlook, with more than 200km of state-of-the-art ski runs and lots to do off the slopes, something for everyone.

Arosa, with wide open pistes and plenty of varied terrain



One of the classic Swiss resorts with a high-altitude, mid-sized, snow-sure, ski area popular for more than a century, almost half of which is given over to freeriding.

Crans Montana from above after fresh snowfall.

Crans Montana


Sunny slopes and spectacular viewed crowned by a 3000m high glacier make Crans Montana one of Switzerland’s most popular ski resorts. An ideal choice for groups with non-skiers thanks to over 150 shops and lots of alternative activities, as well as the 140km of piste.

Robert Boesch



The small town of Davos is surrounded by a vast ski area, divided in to several sectors, the main one connected to Klosters. There are great facilities and the high lifts access a huge vertical and snow-sure slopes.

View Of Engelberg Ski Resort Switzerland



Engelberg is a millennium old village with is ski slopes towering 2000 metres overhead, crowned by the Titlis glacier for snowsure skiing. It's quite a large resort now with excellent facilities off the slopes too.

Laax Ski Resort Switzerland

Flims Laax


One of the biggest and coolest ski areas in Switzerland, Laax has built a reputation for snowboarding but has a huge, snowsure ski area all can enjoy. Laax resort itself is smaller than neighbouring Flims which shares the ski area and has the lion's share of off-slope facilities.

Grindelwald Ski Resort Switzerland



Located in some of the most stunning mountain scenery in the world, Grindelwald is a classic resort where people have skied for more than a century, where lifts connect the slopes to nearby Wengen.

A cross country ski trail in Gstaad



Everything about Gstaad, from its name to (when you visit) its main street, scream ‘class’ and that means no in-your-face gaudy shops or towering concrete hotels but instead an understated opulence behind the dark wood traditional chalet-style buildings.

The resort of Kloster, a traditional village surrounded by a fantastic ski area.



Klosters ski resort offers the classic winter sports holiday experience, with a traditional Swiss village below and spectacular mountains towering several thousand metres above.

The beautiful village of Les Diablerets - Switzerland; Copyright: Les Diablerets Tourist Office

Les Diablerets


Les Diablerets has the history, the scenery and the ski area - stretching for hundreds of kilometres towards Villars or above 3,000m to Glacier 3000 for guaranteed snow.

Murren, Switzerland



Truly awe inspiring scenery, an unspoilt village and a century of British ski tradition – no wonder Mürren is recommended by James Bond.

Saas Fee Ski Resort Switzerland

Saas - Fee


Cars have never made it in to Saas Fee, the villagers voted to ban them just as the road up was completed. A wise decision, it remains the most tranquil, as well as on of the most beautiful ski resorts on earth.

St Moritz Ski Resort Switzerland

St Moritz


Famously glitzy but actually just classy, beautiful St Moritz is the world's original ski resort, now at the heart of one of Switzerland's biggest ski regions.

Verbier Ski Resort Switzerland



One of the world's best known ski areas, Verbier is popular with the rich and famous and located within Switzerland's biggest ski region, the 4 Valleys.

Villars from above in the middle of winter



Family-friendly Villars endeavours to offer the perfect ski holiday with good service, high quality facilities and a ski area of excellent proportions.

Wengen Ski Resort Switzerland



Rail-accessed and car-free for more than a century, Wengen has one of the most awesome locations on earth and a great ski area too, linked to Grindelwald on the Jungfrau ticket.

Zermatt Ski Resort Switzerland



Europe's highest ski slopes are open all year round above one of the world's most successful resorts, car free Zermatt beneath the iconic Matterhorn, with its huge ski area extending over to Italy.

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