Ski Trip Bucket List: SWITZERLAND

Skiing in Switzerland is like stepping into a different world. The high mountains and fantastic views create the perfect backdrop for winter activities for both beginners and seasoned skiers alike. Whether you’re looking to hit the slopes on your holidays or planning a ski specific holiday, check out our guide of the best skiing in Switzerland.

Just because we’re in the spring and summer months doesn’t mean that now is the time to stop skiing. Switzerland, one of the most beautiful countries in all of Europe, has as much to offer skiers as ever. After all, winter can last quite a long time in this mountainous region (especially if you’re not prepared), and there’s still plenty of snow to be found in the Swiss Alps.

Skiing in Switzerland is more than just a getaway for the family — it’s part of the country’s heritage. Skiing in Switzerland has a long and illustrious past. In 1741, members of the British aristocracy introduced skiing to the Swiss, and before long, dedicated ski facilities started popping up in towns all over the Alps.

How do you decide when to go skiing in Switzerland or snowboarding? Well, I’ve been wondering that question myself for a while, which is why I decided to write this travel guide to help others. The good news is, Switzerland is blessed with good snow conditions year round.

Whether you’re an experienced pro or a beginning skier, a weekend warrior or an annual fanatic, you won’t get bored skiing in Switzerland. With 478 km of slopes, 300 ski lifts and gondolas, and more than 700 km in ski-runs and –slopes (with 400 different trails), there’s something for everyone – and tons of options when it comes to accommodations.

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