The top-rated ski resorts in Switzerland in 2020 (Part 1)

Many have ramps and elevators for learners and beginners. And while après-ski can be lively in some of the larger ski centers, Swiss ski resorts are also well-adjusted to family needs, with lift, family and Family friendly package.

Everyone likes the great scenery, reliable snow conditions, and a good lift network; Switzerland promises all of these and a resort choice to appeal to all tastes. Caution: Remote terrain is unpredictable and should not be attempted without a well-equipped and equipped guide.


The three peaks of the Jungfrau massif, all at an altitude of about 4,000 meters, provide excellent backdrop for 206 km of ramps and runs. Take the Jungfraubahn railway from Kleine Scheidegg, easily reached from Lauterbrunnen or Grindelwald, to the highest railway station in Europe at 3,454 meters, or take any of dozens of lifts and cables to reach the run as long as 12 kilometer.

Jungfrau’s ski areas are known for a long time, as well as reliable snowfall. Beginners and learners should head to the slopes near Wengen, while experts will find Mürren’s the region’s most challenging run.

Mürren’s rustic and carless wooden house, at the foot of Schilthorn, came from Lauterbrunnen by climbing rail to Grütschalp and from there, by a narrow gauge of 5.5 km. Schilthorn is a ski legend of its own for nourishing its hair running black diamond Inferno, the scene of the annual Hell Race, the world’s largest amateur ski race, this year on the 17th to the 20th A few days earlier was Lauberhorn Race, Switzerland’s largest annual winter sports event.

Grindelwald – The first is a favorite of residents for the super freedom by Schreckfeld station and the liberation. One of Europe’s longest gondola elevators brings skiers and surfers to dozens of kilometers of Alpine skiing trails. On the edge of Mürren, with breathtaking views, is the luxurious Eiger hotel, but Eiger Guesthouse is reasonably priced for guests visiting Mürren by train.