Inferno Slopes

Tackling one of the longest downhill runs in Switzerland - extending 14.9 km from the Schilthorn to Lauterbrunnen (800 m a.s.l.) - is best done... more

Inferno Slopes
Piste des Petites Roches

Piste des Petites Roches

From the summit of the Petites Roches nearly 1,600 metres above sea level skiers enjoy views of the Mittelland and Lake Neuchâtel and also of the... more

Bärgji Piste

Grächen is a winter paradise for families. Here the services and infrastructure have been tailored to meet the needs of children. But adults also get their fair share - for example, on the stunning downhill run from the Hannigalp to Bärgji.

Bärgji Piste
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Inferno Slopes

Tackling one of the longest downhill runs in Switzerland - extending 14.9 km from the Schilthorn to Lauterbrunnen (800 m a.s.l.) - is best done after a hearty James Bond breakfast at the Piz Gloria revolving restaurant.

The piste from the Schilthorn to Lauterbrunnen is almost 15 km long, making it one of the longest in Switzerland. At the end of January each year, a hellish racing spectacle is enacted here. The descent is open to experienced skiers all winter.

Inferno Slopes
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Piste des Petites Roches

From the summit of the Petites Roches nearly 1,600 metres above sea level skiers enjoy views of the Mittelland and Lake Neuchâtel and also of the Alps looming on the horizon.

Although the descent from Petites Roches to Les Rasses is marked in black, less experienced skiers can also enjoy this route. The piste follows moderately steep, uniform terrain and hence is suitable for families too.

Piste des Petites Roches
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