Welcome to Flumserberg's winter wonderland Flumserberg Winter

Enjoy the winter at its best: Carving, skiing, snowboarding, sledging, winter hiking and dog sled rides ...
As the largest winter sports destination between Zurich and Chur, Flumserberg offers pure zest for life!


Prodalp sledge run Enjoy the fast descents

Off you go – down the 3 km-long sledge run from Prodalp to Tannenheim! The start of the sledge run is located next to Berggasthaus Prodalp. The start and finish are located next to the cable car station. Or enjoy an exciting dog sledge ride. Read whole article

Prodalp sledge run

NightRide on the mountain Skiing and sledging by night

Activities continue well into the night at Flumserberg. Enjoy the legendary night skiing on Friday evenings on the Chrüz slope (Maschgenkamm side of the mountain). While you're there, we recommend a visit to the “Skichilbi” (après-ski) at the mountain restaurant Chrüz, the IGLU bar at the Restaurant Kabinenbahn or the Älpli Bar at Restaurant Molseralp, located right next to the night ride slope. Sledging takes place on Thursday and Saturday evenings on the Prodkamm side of the mountain. Afterwards, enjoy a fondue made with a secret recipe at Berggasthaus Prodalp, located at the start of the night ride sledge run. Read whole article

NightRide on the mountain
Winter hiking trails

Hiking Discover Flumserberg on foot

Flumserberg has a 26 km network of winter hiking trails in the most beautiful surroundings. Enjoy the peace of nature in snow-covered landscapes with splendid views of the Churfirsten range and Lake Walen. Along the way, there are benches for resting and admiring the views. Experience a new kind of relaxation in the midst of mountainous scenery, thick with snow. Enjoy the enchanting natural environment. Read whole article

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SchlagerBerg Flumserberg Schlager music during the winter season

We would be glad to welcome you to our Schlager music events. There are serveral occasions to experience the traditional music here. Read whole article

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