Switzerland

No. of Resorts

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Resorts in Switzerland

Engelberg

Engelberg is a beautiful alpine town and the largest ski area in Central Switzerland. Engelberg has flown under the radar for many years however it has been a long-time favourite freeride destination with a vertical drop of nearly 2,000m. Originally a monastery, an authentic rustic cobblestone Swiss town. Everything is within walking distance, making it an ideal choice for families. It has an excellent variety of restaurants and après. There is a lot to do here for the non-skier as well! From the Titlis Cliff Walk 3,041m above sea level, night sledding on a 3.5km toboggan, igloo on ice to snow mobiling.

Beginner 33%
Intermediate 57%
Advanced 10%
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St Moritz

St Moritz, in the Engadin region of Switzerland, has everything you need for the perfect snow holiday. Book into a luxurious hotel or choose a more affordable apartment, enjoy expansive snow covered ski terrain with spectacular views, and spoil yourself with endless options for dining, shopping and partying. St Moritz is famous for its winter sports history, having attracted visitors for winter holidays since the late 1800s and hosted the 1928 and ‘48 Winter Olympics as well as plenty of Alpine Ski Championships.

Beginner 20%
Intermediate 70%
Advanced 10%
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Verbier

Verbier is situated in the French speaking Valais region, only a 2.5 hour transfer from Geneva airport. The village of Verbier is perched 1500m above a valley and surrounded by its ski area.Verbier is internationally famous for its après scene with a massive selection of restaurants and bars which attract partying crowds throughout the night.

Beginner 43%
Intermediate 29%
Advanced 28%
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Zermatt

The picturesque village of Zermatt is nestled at the foot of the Matterhorn. Here you’ll be free to explore 3,600 hectares of spectacular terrain, divided into the four ski areas of Rothorn (including Sunnegga), Gornergrat (including Riffelberg and Stockhorn), Matterhorn Glacier Paradise and Schwarzsee. All are serviced by a network of highly efficient railways and ski lifts. Zermatt is surrounded by a chain of mountains that are over 4,000m high (in fact Zermatt is home to nine of the 10 highest mountains in Europe), providing skiers, boarders and mountaineers with ideal conditions.

Beginner 9%
Intermediate 55%
Advanced 36%
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