Top Skiing Destinations in Switzerland to Satisfy the Adventurer in You

The classic alpine country of Switzerland is located right in the heart of the Alps and dotted with few of the most amazing mountains of the world. It is also home to the biggest glaciers and higher peaks of Europe that give the travelers enough opportunities to spend their money, though the flourishing ski scene. The ski resorts of Switzerland have been benefited from the controlled development preserving the rare charm. From families to expert skiers, everyone is looking for the piste here with best quality accommodation and services. Skiing in Switzerland is concentrated in numerous different regions. Explore about them in detail before planning your holiday trip to Switzerland. Here is the list of top skiing resorts in Switzerland.


Zermatt is a mountain resort famous for skiing, climbing and hiking. The town is located at an altitude of about 1,600 meters and lies below the splendid pyramid-shaped Matterhorn peak. The main street of town is Bahnhofstrasse, which is dotted with boutique shops, hotels and restaurants. The town also enjoys a lively après-ski scene. There are many public outdoor rinks for enjoying ice-skating and curling. The interconnected ski area of Zermatt with more than 350 km of pistes below mountain peaks is Klein Matterhorn. Popular for its high-altitude ski conditions and pistes leading into Italy, Zermatt also gives the opportunity to enjoy summer skiing and snowboarding on the Theodul Glacier. There are a lot more about this skiing destination of Switzerland that you will come across on your trip.

St. Moritz

St. Moritz is a lavish alpine resort town in Engadin valley in Switzerland. The frozen lake of the town hosts polo, cricket and horse racing on ice. Popular ski and snowboard areas in this town are Corviglia, Diavolezza and Corvatsch, which are also ideal for cross-country ski. Cable car runs up to the 3,303-meter high Piz Corvatsch with an ice cave and a 9-km ski run down to St. Moritz-Bad. The main street of the town is Via Serlas, which is dotted with high-end fashion and jewelry boutiques, classy restaurants and après-ski clubs.


Grindelwald is a beautiful village in Switzerland’s Bernese Alps, which is also a popular gateway for the Jungfrau Region. The place offers skiing in winter and hiking in summer. It is also as a base for mountain-climbing that ascents up the iconic north face of Eiger Mountain. Cableways and cogwheel trains connect Grindelwald with the winter sports areas of the region, including ski resorts such as First and Männlichen. These ski resorts offer a wide range of terrain for beginners and experts. First is a small summit on the slopes of the Schwarzhorn in the Bernese Oberland. It is generally recognized as a cable car station above Grindelwald and as a trendy hiking area with the Bachalpsee located in its proximity.


Located in the south of Switzerland, Lugano is very different from Alpine Switzerland that enjoys most of its weather from the warm Mediterranean. The nearby ski resort to Lugano is Madesimo, which is located at the distance of 57 km. This place turns into the best location to spend a ski and snowboard vacation. Journey to this place is not stressful but therapeutic, which gives the great opportunity to enjoy some amazing ski beers and incredible backdrop.


The remote Swiss village of Arosa suits getaway skiers of all abilities.  The trend in skiing has been for travelling to mega-resorts that offer hundred miles of pistes served by dozens of lifts. It is a place where you need at least a week to explore and should have enough money to pay for the customarily premium-rate ski passes. This is a brilliant place for this type of holiday where you can indulge into skiing adventures. Visit the place for great snow available throughout the month.


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