Carlo Janka Piste

The Obersaxon winter sports area above the Vorderrhein Valley includes four beautiful skiing mountains. For the most part, the wide slopes range from easy to intermediate. The Carlo Janka Piste from Stein to Kartitscha is a real treat for ambitious skiers.

Titlis Descent

The descent from the Titlis to Engelberg is one of the longest in the Alps – a full twelve kilometres. In its upper part especially, there are some exceptionally difficult sections. From time to time, however, it runs along gentle terrain.

Baumgarten/ Wand Piste

With its fairly compact dimensions, the Mörlialp winter sports area near Giswil is particularly popular with families. Its most beautiful descent begins on Alpoglen and passes the Wand chairlift top station before continuing down to the Mörlialp valley station.