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.
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.
Experienced skiers really come into their own on the Gemsstock above Andermatt with its high-Alpine terrain, magnificent panorama and challenging slopes. The highlight is the descent on the Bernhard Russi Run to Gurschen.
Crack skiers are drawn to the countless drifts, while carvers prefer the well prepared piste.
The Flumserberg ski area is home to a wide range of ski slopes. The slopes at Prodkamm are particularly popular with families, while the terrain at Leist is much more demanding. The highlight is the descent from the summit to Grueb.