Exploring Swiss Ski Fields: The overview

In January we introduced four different ski fields in Switzerland and myfriendfromzurich hopes you’ve enjoyed the ride. Just in time for the winter holidays to start, here’s an overview on all our posts.

The close one: Hoch-Ybrig

The one who has it all: Davos

The one with the highest peak: Engelberg-Titlis

The snowboarders paradise: Flims Laax Falera

Now, go and enjoy the Swiss slopes!

TIP: If you’ll need to relax after a long and exhausting day on the slopes, soothe your muscles at one of Zurichs spas. Here you’ll find a list of our top three choices.


Exploring Swiss Ski Fields: Engelberg

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What can I expect?
Engelberg has it all: Steep and long runs at Titlis, cosy slopes at Bruni and the Fürenalp, a ski field just for families and snowshoers. Plus Engelberg is famous for its great off piste skiing – please only leave the marked slopes if you know what you are doing or if you are with a local guide!

Don’t leave without…
… taking the cable car up to the Titlis. The summit is on 3238 meters and the view over central Switzerland is just breathtaking.

Apart the ski fields: 
Engelberg is the perfect base in central Switzerland. If you need a break from the slopes, Lucerne, Stans and Altdorf are just nearby and well worth a touristy day trip.

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