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Davos attracts a sometimes-curious mixture of the very wealthy and the more modest. It has slopes that appeal to advanced skiers, intermediates, and beginners. It offers at least two easily accessible ski zones, the snowfields of the Gotschna-Parsenn and the Madrisa. There’s a wide range of trails and facilities, offering challenges to all skill levels.
Engelberg’s ski resort has everything for keen winter sports fans. Explore runs on two mountains (Mt. Brunni and Mt. Titlis) with up to 2’000 meters of vertical drop and ski the longest run with a total of 12 kilometres from Titlis right into town. Engelberg is world famous for its backcountry skiing and yet having slopes that suit every level of skier perfectly.
A visit to the alpine slopes of Grindelwald is an escape to a winter wonderland of fun for all ages. Go to ski or snowboard, and return home having discovered a wealth of new winter pastime activities. Grindelwald has unlimited opportunities for adrenaline rushes and cozy social environments. It’s the best of all worlds.
It's the most southwesterly of the great Swiss ski resorts, occupying a high-altitude plateau at the foot of Switzerland's highest and most-photographed mountain, the Matterhorn. Much of the resort's charm derives from its strict building codes -- you'll rarely see a modern-looking building here -- and its almost complete lack of traffic.
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Hotel Derby. Grindelwald, Switzerland.
Skiiers walking to their trail on the mountain top. Zermatt, Switzerland.
Ski gondola with rocky mountains. Zermatt, Switzerland.
Rocky mountains with snow. Zermatt, Switzerland.
Hotel Strela. Davos, Switzerland.
Rocky mountains at sunset. Zermatt, Switzerland.