Altitude: 1100-3018 Meters

Flims, Laax & Falera in short

  • 120km of red and blue runs
  • 3 children's parks
  • Good facilities for snowboarders

The ski resorts of Flims and Laax have connected their ski areas with that of Falera and now make up the vast "White Arena ski area" — the second largest linked ski area in Switzerland. The resorts have managed to conserve their individual identities, regardless of the large developments in tourism over recent years. In these parts one can still hear the neo-Latin dialects known as Retoromanzo! The new ski resort that arose from these changes is now known as Films Laax and is made up of four villages which are all very close together. Laax Murschetg is the main village, very close to the base station where everything happens at night. Laax Dorf is only a 5 minute bus ride from Laax Murschetg and it offers a more peaceful atmosphere which is great for families. Laax Cons is between Laax Murschetg and Laax Dorf allowing you to make the most out of both villages. Laax Salums offers particularly spectacular views of the surroundings.

This interconnected ski area is vast and is particularly good for more experienced skiers. There are, however, at least 120km of blue and red runs equally shared out across the ski area so don't worry if you are not a particularly experienced skier - there's something for everyone here! The free shuttle service, the great attractions for children (in particular 3 children's parks), and the long hours of sunshine make this an ideal holiday spot for families. 70% of the ski slopes in this ski area are above 2000m and there is easy access to the Vorab Glacier so snow conditions are rarely an issue here. For powder hounds, Laax also offers some excellent off-piste skiing. Snowboarding holidays in this ski area are exceptional with two snowparks and several halfpipes on offer.

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Based on 2 Snowplaza visitors

Nice ski area, but very expensive and the town is a little dull. For skiing in Switzerland we prefer Zermatt, where you get better value for your money.

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Overview of slopes and lifts in Flims, Laax & Falera

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Additional information

Blue slopes88 km Drag lifts7Start of the season21 December
Red slopes87 km Chair lifts9End of the season13 April
Black slopes20 km Gondola lifts11Glacier
Off-piste0 km Train0Min. altitude1100 m
Total195 km Capacity0 Pers./HourMax. altitude3018 m

travelResorts in Flims, Laax & Falera ski area

Off-piste & freestyle in Flims, Laax & Falera

Snow parks 4Tables
Half pipeBoxes
Quarter pipeRails
BoardercrossOff-piste allowed
KickersOff-piste zone

Ski pass prices (low season)

Low season 6-day ski pass Children Adults Free up to
Flims - Laax - Falera CHF 126.00 CHF 348.00 6 Years old

Ski pass prices (high season)

High season 6-day ski pass Children Adults Free up to
Flims - Laax - Falera CHF 166.00 CHF 468.00 6 Years old

Blogs about Flims, Laax & Falera

30 April 2020 by Danielle in 'Ski areas''

The Swiss Alps are the preferred ski holiday destination for many members of the royal family and the jet-set. And although prices can be steep, it's increasingly possible to find good deals even at the big-name resorts. Ski holidays in the Swiss Alps offer top-notch cuisine, impeccable service and high-altitude skiing with modern lifts. The following ski resorts are all within easy reach of Zurich Airport, one of the major hubs to the Swiss Alps.... More ›

26 April 2020 by Danielle in 'Destinations''

Are you looking for the perfect ski resort for ski holidays with a large group? Whether you’re with family or with the mates, there’s a good chance your group will have people with different ability levels. If you don’t feel like forcing your friend down a black piste during their first-ever ski holiday, and you’re equally unenthusiastic about accompanying your newbie mates down the nursery slopes all day long, then you should check out this list of ski resorts that are perfect for mixed-ability... More ›

12 October 2019 by Danielle in 'Destinations''

There's nothing more heartbreaking than arriving at your long-awaited ski holiday only to find brown hills and a couple of cows grazing! When you've scheduled holiday time, invested money and spent hours researching your ski area and accommodation, the last thing you want is a ski area with unreliable snow cover. The good news is that you don't have to be completely at the mercy of the elements this year. Switzerland is known for its especially high-altitude ski areas and the following ski areas hav... More ›
(Photo: © Jungfraubahnen 2019)

Snow report
Flims, Laax & Falera

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The information applies for the ski area of Flims Laax Falera. During the ski season information is updated daily.

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