Ski resorts in Switzerland
Lifts (17/17)
Slopes (88%)
Snow depth
2222 m
1220 m
90 cm
60 cm

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What do you think about Flumserberg?
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The system is bigger than you think and there are opportunities for nice off-piste skiing.
In particular, the areas down to the lift "Arve" are nice. Will be soon discovered though.

The slopes are mostly blue and red, pretty nice rides. At least the part that starts in Tannenheim.

The biggest plus is proximity to Zurich and the accessibility of Unterterzen - take off the motorway at the exit "Murg", then follow the signs to Unterterzen, park and then take the gondola straight up into the system to Tannenboden.

Avoid Sundays and public holidays - then it's terrible a lot of people in the area with queues that take rude long time. Good times are weekdays, and "odd times", such as the days before Christmas, when the crowd is shopping for Christmas gifts.

Georges (Guest)
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Living in Zurich so Flumserberg is really well-located - about an hour by car. Train departs from Zurich once a hour to Flums and from there you can go for a free bus up to about 1200 meters where the first lift takes over. If you die late, you can park in the valley and take the bus free.
Flumserberg actually has only a few backs with a main back. Have a small hill where children can work out - there is a ski school. The lift to the top of 1930 meters goes fast and the queue is swept away quickly. Låååång wide hill with great view.
No tourists and youngest Zurich lives.