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Cross-country Skiing in Graubünden

Val Müstair

Spacious high mountain valleys, perfectly prepared trails through snowy woods and across frozen lakes: Graubünden is Switzerland’s ideal cross-country ski region for both classic and skating style. In addition to the famous Engadine Ski Marathon, Graubünden hosts a number of other exciting races. But we don’t just welcome veteran cross-country skiers. Beginners, too, can come to Graubünden to hone their skills.

5 reasons for your cross-country skiing holidays in Graubünden

  • Top 5 cross-country skiing regions

    Modern cross-country skiing centres, cross-country ski schools, free introductory days for beginners, equipment rental and the first permanently installed biathlon arena in Switzerland.

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  • Long season

    Around 90 percent of Graubünden is located at over 1,200m above sea level. This altitude provides great snow conditions. In addition, modern technologies such as snow farming ensure a long season.

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  • Nature experience

    Cross-country skiing also means enjoying nature and the countryside. In Graubünden, cross-country skiers can find vast high plateaus, idyllic side valleys, snow-covered forests and dreamy mountain villages.

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  • Cross-country skiing events

    The cross-country skiing elite meet twice in Graubünden: at Davos Nordic and at the FIS Tour de Ski race. Recreational cross-country skiers can compete in traditional public races as the Engadin Ski Marathon.

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  • Offers

    Be it introductory days for beginners or attractive offers for ambitious skiers: book one of the top cross-country skiing offers now. See you soon in Graubünden.

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Our 5 best cross-country ski regions

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Engadin ski marathon

5:50 am. For about 13,000 skiers, the alarm rings this early every second Sunday in March. Get up, have a cup of coffee – maybe two. And enjoy an ample breakfast. Then the last material check. The anticipation is growing. So is the anxiety. Finally – boom – the starting signal sounds…

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