Graubünden Ski Region

Eastern Switzerland

The Graubünden ski area is the largest region in Switzerland, making up 17.2% of the country's total land. It is a top ski destination and is home to three of the world's most classic ski resorts: Davos, Klosters and St.Moritz. 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.

Ski holidays in the Graubünden ski area

The Davos Klosters area has 300 kilometres of slopes alone and offers opportunities for all abilities. Cruise your way down the long runs or race your way across the world cup trails on a pair of cross country skis. Alternatively, if you'd like to try other snow activities, the Davos Hockey Club is legendary, home to the ice dream where you can test out your skills at ice skating and curling. 

St Moritz's mountain is considered one of the most famous snow sports paradises in the world and has something for everyone, whether you're a beginner or a snow sports connoisseur - race down a slalom, hit a few jumps at the snow park or spend time with the children on the fun family slope. Not only does the Engadin and St Moritz ski area provide a high class lifestyle and excellent skiing, you're also in for a treat as the area is shaped by valleys, lakes and glaciers meaning you're in for some unforgettable views.  

Why book a ski holiday in Graubünden with Inghams? 

Inghams has over 85 years of experience providing winter enthusiasts their ski and snowboarding holidays - We can assure that your holiday is in safe hands.

Enjoy a comfortable journey with picturesque views of snow covered mountains with our included rail transfers from the airport to your resort of choice.

We provide support on your holiday from start to finish - With access to our team in the office as well as in resort representation, your questions can be answered at any stage of your winter holiday.

  • from£1329pp
  • Area: 300km
  • Altitude: up to 2845m

Davos is a bustling town in the Graubunden Ski Region, located in a valley surrounded by spectacular mountains. It's the highest town in Europe, so expect world class high altitude skiing across 300 kilometres of terrain. 

  • from£1119pp
  • Area: 300km
  • Altitude: up to 2845m
Klosters, Resort railway view

Klosters is the glamorous neighbour to the mountain metropolis of Davos, with links to 6 area's on one ski pass and over 300 kilometres of great skiing. Few resorts in the Alps can match the dramatic panorama you'll see when you stay here in the peaceful village. 

  • from£1699pp
  • Area: 350km
  • Altitude: up to 3022m

St Moritz, with around 350 kilometres 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, the town hosts all kinds of winter sports. 

Once in resort, the ski areas are vast and high, giving Graubünden an excellent and consistent snow record. The offer is varied from excellent nursery slopes to challenging runs, to suit everyone, and the excellent transport network also means ski away days to other resorts are easy. Graubünden is the perfect destination for a quintessentially Swiss holiday, ticking most boxes in each of its main resorts.

Skiing levels
Cross country
Mountain facts
Area 850 km
Blue Runs 109
Red Runs 129
Black Runs 31
Longest run 12 Km
Whole Area Pass Lifts155
  • Ice skating 
  • Tobogganing
  • Para-gliding 
  • Curling 
  • Cross-country skiing 
  • Snow shoeing
  • Hiking
  • Bob-sleighing

Please see resort specific information for Davos, Klosters and St Moritz.

Skiing levels

Cross Country

Mountain facts

Ski areas
  • 109
  • 129
  • 31
Longest run
What We Say
  • St Moritz is home to the oldest bob sleigh track and a ride on this is a feast for adventure lovers.

  • Ditch the skis or board for a day and explore Davos on one of the 8 sledging runs across the resort.

  • Klosters offers some attractive off piste riding for those who want a little more excitement.

What You say
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