Enjoying nature at its best: in many areas in Graubünden, you can still glide down slopes of pure natural snow on one or two boards. Landscapes with gentle slopes where the snow remains for a long time as well as the above-average altitude of the ski resorts make this possible.
From the city centre directly into the ski resort – In Switzerland this only exists in Chur. Families in particular appreciate the wide natural snow slopes in all levels of difficulty (blue, red and black).
The Junker ski lift in St. Antönien in Prättigau is an insider tip: Where else can you still carve down on large and beautiful slope on pure, natural snow?
Peace and quiet instead of liveliness, comfort instead of speed. On the Slow Mountain Schatzalp, the first decelerated ski resort in Europe, artificial snowmaking is a foreign word. Perfect for those seeking relaxation, who appreciate peace and seclusion.
The location of the Hochwang ski resort and its terrain guarantee natural snow. Over 20 kilometres of groomed slopes of all levels promise pure winter fun.
The world's first solar-powered ski lift is located in the Safien Valley. In three minutes, it transports winter sports enthusiasts 450 meters up the hill and at the same time generates over 90,000 kWh of electricity per year for the surrounding communities.