Swiss Ski Resorts Open

Swiss Ski Resorts Open

As the ski season in most of Europe gets underway early, albeit a little slowly in Switzerland, we thought it was time to start updating which resorts are open.

So far even before December arrives there are 5 Swiss resorts open. Laax in Graubunden, opened on 3 November and currently has between 5 cm on the lower slopes to 110 cm on the upper ones. Other resorts already open are: –

Pizol

– Heidiland, Eastern Switzerland  Snow 5cm – 110cm

Flumserberg

– Central Switzerland Snow 45cm – 70cm

Flumserberg

– Heidiland, Eastern Switzerland Snow 35cm – 45cm

Veysonnaz

– Valais Snow 0cm – 30cm

The Marécottes

– Salvan, Valais Snow 5cm – 30cm

Resorts due to open in the next two weeks are: –

Sarn

– Heinzenberg, Graubunden Scheduled Opening 2 December

Chur

– Graubunden Scheduled Opening 2 December

Splügen

– Graubunden Scheduled Opening 2 December

St-Luc Chandolin

-Valais Scheduled Opening 8 December Snow  5cm – 45cm

Schwarzsee

– Friborg Scheduled Opening 8 December

Savognin

– Graubunden Scheduled Opening 8 December

Riffenmatt

– Region of Bern Scheduled Opening 9 December

Ricken

– Eastern Switzerland Scheduled Opening 9 December

Schwarzenbühl

– Selital, Region of Bern Scheduled Opening 9 December Snow  35cm – 35cm

Rüschegg

– Eywald, Region of Bern Scheduled Opening 9 December

Gurnigelbad

– Ruti bei Riggisberg, Region of Bern Scheduled Opening 9 December

Moléson

– Gruyères. Friborg Scheduled Opening 9 December

Sörenberg

– Central Switzerland Scheduled Opening 9 December Snow  10cm – 50cm

Airolo

– Ticino Scheduled Opening 9 December

Torgon

– Valais Scheduled Opening 9 December

Tzoumaz

The 4 valleys Scheduled Opening 9 December

Orvin’s Meadows

-Bernese Oberland Scheduled Opening 9 December

Charmey

– Friborg Scheduled Opening 9 December

Bubble

– The Chia, Friborg Scheduled Opening 9 December

Schwanden

– Sigriswil, Bernese Oberland Scheduled Opening 9 December

Diemtigtal

– Wiriehorn, Bernese Oberland Scheduled Opening 9 December

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