Winter fun Skiing and snowboarding

Enjoy skiing and snowboarding on 65 kilometres of superbly groomed slopes.

Skiing and snowboarding


  • from beginner to the mogul slope
  • marvelous, large and family friendly slopes
  • the Terza ski-run starts at Seebenalp and finishes in Oberterzen. This unprepared descent is 6 km long and takes 30 to 60 minutes
  • Off-piste and freeride skiing


  • wide, well-groomed slopes
  • ideal for beginners to advanced skiers


  • “The Real Park” obstacle park with kicker lines and rail lines
  •   Prodalp Family Snowpark

Off-piste and freeride skiing

Best slopes in the regions:
  •  Leist–Seebenalp
  •  Maschgenkamm–Arve
  •  Güsler–Seebenalp

Terza ski piste

The 6 km-long Terza ski piste leads through deep snow from Seebenalp to Oberterzen. The descent takes 30 to 60 minutes and leads through a beautiful winter landscape with views of deep blue Lake Walen and the imposing Churfirsten mountains. From Oberterzen, the cable car will take you back to Flumserberg-Tannenboden in just 5 minutes.

The route is unprepared and unsupervised and therefore only suitable for advanced skiers.