We've found 10 resorts in Switzerland
The Ski arena Andermatt-Sedrun is one of the most snow-sure ski resorts in Switzerland and an expert’s paradise with some serious blacks and plenty of off-piste and touring opportunities.
There are very good conditions for snowboarding in Andermatt due to its wide free-riding areas and the biggest half pipe in Central Switzerland.
Crans Montana is a high-end alpine resort known for being one of the sunniest in Switzerland. With 140km of well-groomed pistes and a huge range of high-end shops.
It is topped by the Pointe de la Plaine Morte at 2,927 m (9,600 ft).
Davos is a large Swiss town in the mountains - the highest in Europe - with an international appeal that extends beyond its own ski slopes shared with its equally renowned neighbour Klosters.
The town is split into two sections, Davos Platz and Davos Dorf. The first area is most convenient for the hotels and shops where as Dorf is perhaps the best base for accessing the slopes.
Set amongst the spectacular scenery of the Jungfrau mountain range, the 200km ski area is perfectly suited for the progressive beginners to intermediates.
The town has a cosmopolitan feel to it, with plenty of excellent restaurants, bars and accommodation.
Set in the beautiful Prattigau Valley, the resort of Klosters offers a unique combination of a renowned mountain resort and idyllic village atmosphere.
The ski area consists of 320km of well-groomed pistes makes it the biggest ski area in Switzerland. When eating out you can expect fabulous cuisine on and off the slopes.
Known as the "Pearl of the Alps", Saas Fee has a traditional ambience and architecture, offering glacier skiing, Europe’s best Snowpark and slopes for beginners and intermediates.
350km of pistes to discover, numerous luxury hotels, spas and upscale shops line the streets and there is an abundance of off slope activities, making St Moritz one of the best all-round winter sports resorts in the world.
Verbier is the most famous resort in the extensive 4 Valleys ski area for good reason, with its sun-drenched slopes, superb off-piste, and modern lift system, it can claim to be one of the leading Swiss ski resorts, albeit not ideal for beginners.
The apres-ski and nightlife are one of Verbier's great draws and amongst numerous bars and restaurants, you should try favourites such as Farinet, Pub Montfort, Casbah and of course the infamous Farm Club.
The resort offer guests a Swiss charm, with friendly locals and breathtaking scenery.
The ski area is ideal for beginners and intermediates who are looking for a beautiful mountain to develop on.
Zermatt is a car-free resort with its cobbled streets and horse-drawn sleighs is an incredibly special place - a welcoming alpine village that will make you feel you have taken a step back in time. Zermatt is the perfect playground for intermediate and expert skiers.
Reaching 3,820m at the highest point, Zermatt offers 200km of pistes for all abilities and a fun but not cheap apres ski scene!
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