12 Top-Rated Ski Resorts in Switzerland nowadays (Part 2)

As well as offering skiing and skiing 365 days a year in a postcard setting, Zermatt is famous for its long ski tracks, with terrain for every skill level. Start skiing and kids will find non-threatening terrain at Wolli Park , at the top of the Sunnegga mountain rail.

From here, experienced skiers can access gondolas, benches, and cable cars to the Rothorn trails and snow fields or link to the Gornergratski pistes. Gornergrat can also be reached by a roofed rail that climbs the slope of Riffelberg, where the 1853 Riffelhaus has a restaurant and terrace, all with great views of the Matterhorn mountain.

Children up to nine years old can ride free on mountain lifts, as long as they are accompanied by an adult with a multi-day pass and the Wolli Pass is free, valid for one year, allowing guests to use the Gornergrat Bahn and free accommodation in some Zermatt hotels. All skiers only pay for the mountain areas they ski, with the new Easy SkiCard billing only for field trips.

2. St. Moritz

One of the oldest and most popular winter sports resorts in the world, St. John’s. Moritz hosted the Winter Olympics twice , in 1928 and 1948, and its ski slopes and slopes were often the venue for world winter sports and ski events.

However, St. Moritz is not just for professionals and Olympians. Its more than 20 lifts bring skiing to the terrain for all skill levels, and it’s known for some of Switzerland’s finest intermediate terrain, with some very long intermediate runs.

St. Moritz is not just for professionals and Olympians

Follow the Corviglia Climbing Railroad from town to Corviglia, at 2,486 meters, for pristine ski trips and sweeping views of the Alps. From St. Moritz Bad, on the shore of the lake, you can go to Signalkuppe ski area.

St. Moritz is known for its smart – expensive social life, but you’ll find family-friendly accommodation here and a few minutes more Silvaplana , which has a gentle kid-friendly slope and a lift as well as the cable car that takes guests to Corvatsch ski area.

Moritz has more activities in winter, including ice rinks, ice sled, Nordic style skiing, skiing and kite flying. January 26-28, 2018, Saint Moritz heldWorld Cup . Every February, White Turf St. Moritz is a snow riding event that includes the world’s only skijoring race and the St Moritz Ice Cricket event attracting cricket stars from around the world.