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Graubünden Ski Region

Eastern Switzerland

The canton of Graubünden is home to the exclusive St. Moritz, where the first Brits visited Switzerland to ski in 1864. This was part of a wager with the manager of what is now Hotel Kulm, who offered them a free stay if they did not enjoy the winter in St. Moritz, as much as the summer! Now, St. Moritz is one of Switzerland’s most famous destinations.

Graubünden is a top ski destination boasting 3 of Switzerland’s ski areas: DavosKlosters, St. Moritz and the newly-linked Arosa-Lenzerheide, which offer a combined total of 850km of pistes.

Ski and snowboard holidays here start at the airport, as the excellent Swiss rail network takes you efficiently and quickly from Zurich to resort, through some of Switzerland's most picturesque regions and typical ‘chocolate box’ Alpine scenery.

Arosa is the latest exciting holiday option in this fantastic region. Newly linked with neighbouring Lenzerheide, this neat and compact resort now has a total of 225km of pistes on its doorstep.

Arosa itself is a pretty mountain resort at the end of the beautifully forested Schanfigg Valley above the treeline and is surrounded by a spectacular series of high ridges. It is blessed with sunny days and an impressive snow record. Arosa is particularly good for beginners and families with fantastic nursery slopes in the village and free ski school available in selected hotels for children up to 17yrs inclusive. Advanced skiers need not fear: with the resort at 1800m and a ski area up to 2865m, there is plenty to explore. The ski area boasts a wide selection of varied red and blue runs, many of them wide and cruisy, but there are also some nice tree-lined areas, both in Arosa and Lenzerheide. Plus some challenging blacks, not to mention some great off-piste.

  • from£642pp
  • Area: 300km
  • Altitude: up to 2844m

Davos, a bustling town just up and over from the more genteel Klosters, is set in a spectacular valley, with great views all around. Davos, most famous these days for hosting the annual World Economic Forum, is a friendly town – the highest in Europe -  offering 300km of world-class skiing.

  • from£525pp
  • Area: 300km
  • Altitude: up to 2844m
Klosters, Resort railway view

Klosters shares its neighbour Davos' 300km of great skiing and the full ski area is available on one pass. Few resorts in the Alps boast such a dramatic panorama. Almost everywhere you look, the horizon seems to be pierced by jagged, snow-covered  “horns” – (Schwarzhorn, Bocktenhorn, Weisshorn, Scalettahorn and Tinzenhorn – the “Matterhorn” of Davos) most of them well over 3,000 metres.

  • from£676pp
  • Area: 350km
  • Altitude: up to 3303m

St Moritz, with around 354 km of pistes, is one of the most famous ski resorts in the world. Thanks to its idyllic location, on a sunny terrace in the beautiful Engadin valley overlooking a big frozen lake, St Moritz hosts all kinds of other winter sports - there’s skating, curling, horse-racing, polo, cricket, golf and even ski-joring : being towed on skis behind a horse.

Skiing levels

Cross Country

Mountain facts

Ski areas
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Longest run
Chairlifts 51 , Cable car 15 , Draglifts 71 , Gondolas 12 , Rack railway 6
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