Le Pas de Chavanette – The Swiss Wall

The piste of Le Pas de Chavanette - called «Le Mur Suisse» (The Swiss Wall) by French skiers - is one of the most impressive in the world.

There is limitless skiing fun to be had in the Portes du Soleil with over 650 km of pistes, some of which are in the Lower Valais, a part of France. One of the world’s most difficult and fascinating pistes is the "le mur suisse" (Swiss Wall).

Sledding fun in Flumserberg

Off you go: on the 3-kilometer-long sledding run from Prodalp nach Tannenheim.

Winter idyll in the Pays d'Enhaut

Winter hike from Château d’Oex to Rougemont and Saanen

Romantic riverside hike along the Saane/Sarine from farming village to farming village in the Pays d'Enhaut.

Engadine St. Moritz – Switzerland’s cross-country paradise

Engadine: a dream come true for cross-country skiers. Whether based in St. Moritz, Silvaplana or Scuol, enthusiasts of cross-country sport will always get their money's worth in the Engadine.

St. Moritz was birthplace of alpine winter sports (1864) and venue of two Olympic Winter Games.