The “National” Piste Lötschental

The Lötschental valley offers convenient skiing fun far from the hustle and bustle. However, do not underestimate the great variety of pistes here. Lower down, the terrain is moderately steep while higher up, in the area around Gandegg, there are some quite demanding slopes.

The “National” Piste Lötschental
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Piste de l'Ours

Seasoned skiers can really play their talent with flying colours here. The Piste de l'Ours (bear’s track) in Veysonnaz is regarded by experts as being one of the finest ski slopes in the world. Numerous World Cup races have been held there.

Piste de l'Ours
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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.

Titlis Descent
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Franz Heinzer Piste

Visit Stoos any time during winter and soak up the competitive atmosphere. The Franz Heinzer Piste on the northern slope of the Klingenstock is a FIS-approved training and racing location. Apart from the racing it is also open to serious amateurs.

Franz Heinzer Piste
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