Winter Wonderland



No matter whether you prefer to relax in a lounge chair on a sun terrace, letting the warm sun rays caress you or go full speed ahead off-piste kicking up spray – you will feel like hollering with joy. The Swiss winter will recharge your batteries and give you unforgettable experiences with family or friends. Find all the inspiration or advice you need.

Recommended winter destinations


For more than 100 years, the Jungfrau railway has been making its journey to Europe’s highest-altitude railway station – right at the heart of the UNESCO heritage site Jungfraujoch-Aletsch. Now you can get to the Jungfraujoch 47 minutes faster, thanks to the new Eiger Express, the world's most modern 3-cable cableway. Once at the top, there is even more time to enjoy the panorama and the adventure world.


Jungfrau Region

It’s a beautiful arrangement of snowy scenery, cog trains and ski slopes that form the beautiful scenery of the Jungfrau Region. Home to the timeless Alpine resorts of Wengen, Grindelwald or Interlaken and their magnificent mountain backdrop—the Eiger, Mönch and Jungfrau.



The Matterhorn and Switzerland are inseparably linked to each other. The pyramid shaped colossus of a mountain is said to be the most-photographed mountain in the world and is scarcely avoidable from any of the resort’s 225 miles of ski runs.


Portes du Soleil

No lack of appetite-building runs, here. The Portes du Soleil constitutes the world’s largest international ski area. Seek out a first of countless challenges in the Swiss resort of Champéry, then continue on with a hands- free lift pass through five more charming villages on the Swiss side.


Saas Fee

The traditional village of Saas Fee is beautifully situated in a side-valley in the Valais region, at the base of the Fee glacier, surrounded by numerous 13,000 feet high peaks. The Saas valley provides one of the world's best immersive glacier skiing experiences.


Valais Region

Life’s no vacation, so when you finally take one this winter, choose the best—the Valais region. Skiing in and among Europe’s highest mountains never disappoints in a country speckled by glittering 13,000 feet high
peaks, snowsure glaciers and charming car-free villages.



Few mountainscapes come close to that of Zermatt. Highest ski area in the Alps, its surrounding 38 peaks tower above 13,000 feet—that’s one third of all the mountains that high in the Alps. One of the top spots to soak up such diamond-studded panorama is from the highest aerial cableway in voila! It’s staring you right in the face – the Matterhorn.


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