Your complete skiing guide while traveling to Switzerland

Your complete skiing guide while traveling to Switzerland

Do you know there are over 50 resorts spread over 9 idyllic locations all over Switzerland where you can ski? There are pass prices and special offers available as well for all your ski lovers out there. Fun fact, there are so many options available in Switzerland when it comes to skiing that it might get difficult to come to a decision.

The ski season is officially open now, and for all you skiers and snowboarders, Switzerland is the ultimate destination. Are you planning to hit the slopes with friends or are you looking for a family pass? The options are unending. This article is your guide to the various skiing regions and major spots to hit to quench your adventure sports thirst. Plan ahead to avoid surprises!

Don’t be shy, even if you are a beginner; the instructors at Ski Bro Val d’Isere have you covered.

Some important information before beginning

  • Stay on the look-out for cheaper tickets in combination with CFF/SBB rail tickets. Check the Snow’n’rail offers for the regions you want to hit
  • Information regarding the reports, snow reports, accommodation facilities, ski regions and offers are all available on the internet, so explore your options to decide the budget
  • Family ski passes are also available, and a detailed list of suggestions can be obtained for CHF 120 and much lower

For all updates on the regions, you want to ski at, read on!

Berner Oberland

The Bernese Oberland is a hotspot for ski enthusiasts and includes world famous ski and skateboard tracks including Grindelwald, Wengen, Mϋrren and the Jungfrau ski regions. Additionally, you can also have a look at the Hasliberg, Diemtigtal, Gstaad and Eriz regions as well.

The season pass is within a CHF 600 -1200 per person. Some locations like the Voranpen-Charme (DE) offers a season pass valid for 17 ski resorts in the region.

Graubϋnden

It is located at the Swiss-Austria border, and the resorts include the locations St. Moritz (DE), Laax, Lenzerheide, and Arosa. The season pass is estimated around CHF 550-1700.

Jura

The Jura mountain range is a special place for all those cross-country skiing enthusiasts. Experience a thrill like never before with smaller downhill runs.

Valais

Home of the very famous Matterhorn, the pride of Switzerland, Valais is a trump with a number of ski resorts and some very famous ones as well. The season pass can vary from CHF 650-1900 per person. Some of the hotspots include Aletsch Arena, Crans Montana, Les Portes du Soleil and Verbier.

Vaud

The only resort to think outside the box in terms of ski passes. With options that include credit card payment, you don’t need to wait in a queue to ski the mountain slopes of Vaud.

Central Switzerland

The season pass at resorts of Central Switzerland can range from 450 CHF to 1200 CHF per person. The locations include Engelberg, Andermatt-Sedrun (DE), Sattel-Hochstuckli and Stoos. You can avail the one in all ski pass for Central Switzerland to ski at all the regions. At Zugerberg in central Switzerland, there are facilities for your young ones to ski as well. 

Explore all your options before booking your tickets.

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