Skiing & snowboarding at Flumserberg ski resort
A ski resort you will fall in love with
Skiers, snowboarders, carvers, families – they all enjoy their time on the ski runs of Flumserberg winter sports resort located directly above Lake Walen. 65 km of perfectly groomed slopes invite you to experience skiing and snowboarding pleasure at its best. And what’s more: While having fun in the snow, you’ll also get to enjoy extraordinary scenic views of the Churfirsten mountain range and the 2501-metre-high Spitzmeilen.
Curious what else awaits winter sports enthusiasts in the Flumserberg region?
5 reasons for going skiing and snowboarding at Flumserberg ski resort
Winter sports fans have a wealth of options to choose from
1. 65 km of diverse slopes
From easy practice slopes to exciting ski cross and snowboard cross runs peppered with waves, jumps, and banked turns: At Flumserberg ski resort, skiers and snowboarders can experience their own individual adventures in the snow. For this purpose, they can choose from 65 km of perfectly groomed easy, medium and difficult slopes that are in fantastic condition all throughout winter season. Many of the runs are perfect for carvers as well.
Tip: The higher up the mountain you go, the more difficult the slopes become. The same applies vice versa, of course: The closer you get to Tannenboden, the easier the runs are. That is something that especially families very much appreciate. Speaking of families ...
Fun for family members of all ages
2. Family-friendly offers for skiers and snowboarders
Winter sports fun at Flumserberg ski resort isn’t a question of age. The HäxäWäldli adventure slope, the Family-Snowpark, magic carpets, and children's lifts: A variety of family-friendly offers ensure unforgettable ski days for the whole family. By the way: With the Flumserberg mountain railways, family members of all generations can easily get up to 2000 m above sea level – even without skis.
Tip: The Swiss Ski and Snowboard School Flumserberg offers diverse courses for different age and language groups as well as for all levels of skill. Safe fun in the snow and fast learning success guaranteed!
Action-fuelled tricks in the snow
3. "SnowPark Flumserberg" freestyle park
Practice makes perfect: That’s the motto at "SnowPark Flumserberg" obstacle park near Prodkamm mountain station. The snow park at Flumserberg ski resort – stretching across more than 700 m – lets freestyle skiers and snowboarders experience a heaping scoop of freedom, thrill, and action.
Tip: Above the Prodalp, ski cross and snowboard cross enthusiasts can live it up on an action-packed slope with waves, jumps and banked turns. In the past it used to be the competition site of the giantXtour.
Tasty delights in the mountains
4. Diverse culinary offers along the slopes
Are you getting hungry and thirsty? High time to take a well-deserved break! At Flumserberg ski resort, numerous restaurants invite you to savour tasty culinary delights. Whether you are in the mood for a quick self-service snack or for a fine lunch, served at the table. For coffee and cake on a sundeck, or for a sparkling refreshment at the bar: Every culinary highlight you enjoy at Flumserberg winter sports resort is accompanied by an extra serving of stunning scenic views.
Tip: If you would like to get an overview of the location of the various restaurants, you might want to have a look at the winter panorama map.
From the Terza descent to the nightride
5. Slope adventures of the extraordinary kind
The Terza run is certainly one of the most adventurous slopes at Flumserberg ski resort. The ungroomed trail leads you through deep powder snow all the way from Seebenalp to Oberterzen – across a distance of more than 6 km. This will take you about 30 to 60 minutes. During this unforgettable time, seasoned winter sports enthusiasts get to enjoy the wonderful landscape – including breathtaking views of deep-blue Lake Walen and the impressive Churfirsten mountain range. To get back to Flumserberg-Tannenboden from Oberterzen, it is only a short ten-minute cable car ride.
Important: The Terza run doesn’t get groomed, so whether you can use it or not depends on the snow conditions. What’s more, it is a very challenging slope that requires quite a bit of skill.
Sharing memorable moments
The immensely exciting feeling before your first descent – pristine snow underneath your skis, and the morning sun caressing your face. Landing a perfect jump at the snow park. The unique atmosphere of nighttime skiing ... It is moments like these that winter sports enthusiasts love to look back on. Share your love for Flumserberg – by using the hashtag #flumserberglove!