Flumserberg ski resort

Skiing, snowboarding and more

Flumserberg for winter sports enthusiasts

The popular Flumserberg winter sports resort is located right above Lake Walensee in the Canton of St. Gallen. With its favourable location between Zurich and Chur, it can be easily reached from all directions. Variety on the slopes, state-of-the-art snow-making equipment and many family-friendly offers make Flumserberg ski resort an extremely attractive destination for excursions and holidays in the Swiss mountains. 

Facts and figures

Flumserberg ski resort in numbers

Why should winter enthusiasts visit Flumserberg for skiing and snowboarding? 

  • 65 kilometres of slopes – from practice runs to skicross slopes
  • 17 state-of-the-art lifts and cable cars
  • 3 funparks: Family Snowpark Prodalp, the real park (trp) and the Skicross
  • family-friendly HäxäWäldli adventure ski run
  • 2 children’s areas – Prodalp and Tannenboden – with practice lifts and magic carpets

Skiing and sledging by night

NightRide on Flumserberg

If you want to go skiing or sledging by night, we recommend the Flumserberg NightRide. Every Friday between 19.00 and 21.00, winter sports enthusiasts can swoosh down the floodlit, 2-km Chrüz slope. On Thursdays and Saturdays from 19.00 to 21.00, you can give nighttime sledging a try – on the 3-km run from Prodalp to Tannenheim. The FahrBar team at Prodalp mountain restaurant is happy to welcome you for a drink in between the fun runs. 

Alternatives to skiing and snowboarding

Sledging

Of course, the sledging run from Prodalp to Tannenheim is open to winter guests during the day as well. And there is also a relatively flat children's sledging run on Prodalp right next to the practice area, which even small children can safely master. A dog-sled ride promises sledging fun of a different kind. Ready to discover the full range of winter offers for sledgers?

Winter hiking and cross-country skiing

A trail network with a total of 20 km makes cross-country skiers on Flumserberg smile from ear to ear. What’s more, there is even a special dog trail for some gentle exercise in the snow – accompanied by your four-legged friend! Winter hikers can choose between numerous, very diverse trails as well: On a total distance of 26 km, you can explore the wonderful winter landscape step by step. 

Tip: From cosy mountain restaurants to trendy snow bars, there are plenty of opportunities to take a break and enjoy tasty delicacies alongside beautiful views of the surrounding nature.