Graubünden Ski Area
Graubünden is Switzerland’s largest and highest altitude mountain region. It is home to three of the world’s most classic ski resorts – St. Moritz, Davos and Klosters. However, you’ll also find hidden gems here that are really worth trying out this season. The neighbouring resorts of Arosa and Lenzerheide have a new lift link-up for winter 13/14, giving a fabulous 225kms of slopes to explore. The secret is already out on the next big thing in cutting-edge ski resort design and facilities – Flims Laax offers 235kms of slopes, a high tech lift system, a glacier with skiing over 3,000m, 4 snowparks, Europe’s largest half-pipe, some ski in/ski out accommodation and a mouth-watering range of 23 excellent mountain restaurants.
Ski Resorts in Graubünden
Many of the resorts in Graubuenden are in close proximity, making the area even more desirable for skiers. Klosters and Davos, for example, are just 10km apart in the Prättigau district, opening up over 300km of available runs.
Explore Graubünden’s snow sure resorts and our best offers for 3 and 4- night ski short breaks or 7 night durations. All hotels in Graubünden’s resorts can be found by searching with the ‘accommodation-only’ selection. Our expert team at Iglu Ski can add any flights from UK to Zurich or Friedrichshafen airports and arrange your resort transfer.
While many resorts are scattered throughout Graubünden's network of mountains, the most notable are:
Other Graubunden ski areas include Samnaun, Savognin and Scuol.
With such a wide variety of places to visit in Graubünden, you're spoilt for choice and will need to whittle down the options available to find the best resort for you. It all depends on your ability and whether you prefer your holidays busy and bustling or quiet and remote.
Ski Holidays in Graubünden
If you're looking for an all-round ski resort to cater various abilities of skiers or even snowboarders, then Davos and Klosters are perfect. Especially for group ski holidays where you can enjoy the resorts' lively nightlife and numerous entertainment options. For a resort that offers an emphasis on advanced skiing, then St Moritz specialises in challenging runs. It's a beautiful, traditional resort, set by a huge lake and it offers a wealth of amenities and great scenery, that it appeals strongly to non-skiers, too.
The best resort for beginners and intermediates is Flims whose abundance of red slopes make for perfect family ski holidays. Overall, the choice, the beauty and the sheer scale of Graubuenden can't fail to impress you.
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