Home of the legendary Lauberhorn.

Wengen is a charming little pedestrian village, located just below the Eiger, accessible only by train.
Whether by the Männlichen cable car or the Kleine Scheidegg cogwheel train, you can reach the surrounding ski areas: Grindelwald, Mürren and Wengen.
Every year in January, the spectacular Lauberhorn races take place in Wengen, the world cup downhill is the longest of the season.

Key figures

  • 1025 m the height difference of the famous Lauberhorn.
  • 007 the famous descent of the Mürren-Schilthorn by the secret agent James Bond.
  • 15 km the length of the toboggan run.
  • 100 km of paths for winter trail running.

Favorites

1 - The Lauberhorn Slalom slope wall, very steep.
2 - The sunny terrace from the Caprice hotel facing the snow-capped peaks.
3 - Test you speed on the Austrian schuss on returning to the fold.

Change of scenery at the foot of the Giants.

One of the most impressive mountainous landscapes in Europe awaits you to explore it. This mountain village is characterized by the extraordinary contrast it reveals between the charm of a gentle valley and the power of the vertiginous rock faces of the Bernese Alps.
Ideal for authentic and easy skiing, as well as the discovery of the high mountains with the Jungfrau, the Eiger and the Mönch.

Key figures

  • 3454 m the highest railway station in Europe at the Jungfrau.
  • 128 km2 for the Aletsch Glacier, the largest in Europe and accessible by train.
  • 15 km the length of the longest toboggan run in the world.

Favorites

1 - Eiger Express and Männlichen, the 2 new ultra modern lifts leaving from the resort.
2 - A game of curling, friendly moment with friends or family.
3 - The Jungfrau train that crosses the wall of the Eiger, incredible.
4 - Skiing between farms and the sweet scent of manure, unique.

Change of scenery at the foot of the Giants.

One of the most impressive mountainous landscapes in Europe awaits you to explore it. This mountain village is characterized by the extraordinary contrast it reveals between the charm of a gentle valley and the power of the vertiginous rock faces of the Bernese Alps.
Ideal for authentic and easy skiing, as well as the discovery of the high mountains with the Jungfrau, the Eiger and the Mönch.

Key figures

  • 3454 m the highest railway station in Europe at the Jungfrau.
  • 128 km2 for the Aletsch Glacier, the largest in Europe and accessible by train.
  • 15 km the length of the longest toboggan run in the world.

Favorites

1 - Eiger Express and Männlichen, the 2 new ultra modern lifts leaving from the resort.
2 - A game of curling, friendly moment with friends or family.
3 - The Jungfrau train that crosses the wall of the Eiger, incredible.
4 - Skiing between farms and the sweet scent of manure, unique.

Swiss hospitality in its purest form.

Located at an altitude of 1350m, in the heart of the Bernese Oberland, the resorts of Adelboden and Lenk are two magnificent traditional chalet villages.
You will also find many mountain restaurants, authentic refuges, or trendy snow bars which bring a touch of charm to the landscape.
In this region hospitality is part of the tradition.

Key figures

  • 3244 m The magnificent Wildstrubel.
  • 210 km of slopes and 72 ski lifts.
  • 60 % of the area artificially snow-covered.
  • Situated at 2 h 20 from GVA airports and LYS and 1 h 45 minutes from Lausanne train station.

Favorites

1 - The Lenkerhof*****, 350 years old, is a boutique hotel with an exceptional spa.
2 - A dinner at Wallegg-Stubbe with a night toboggan run to Lenk, an unforgettable experience.
3 - The Chuenisbärgli, Giant's World Cup track in Adelboden, probably the most beautiful of all.
4 - Share a beer with friends at Tipi in Lenk, exotic.

Off-piste and nature skiing.

Verbier is renowned for its large ski area dotted with signposted routes but above all for its off-piste sports. The most famous Freeride race is held there on the Bec des Rosses.
Located on a sunny plateau, it is a very charming village which welcomes enthusiasts from all over the world every year.
The resort is also known for its rhythmic and festive evenings.

Key figures

  • 3330 m highest point of the ski area.
  • 4 Vallées for sporty and wild skiing with 410 km of runs.
  • 25 editions of the Xtrem Freeride World Tour.

Favorites

1 - The "Back Mont-Fort" to Lake Cleuson (off-piste).
2 - The "Vallée perdue" Tsoumaz sector (off slopes).
3 - The slope l'Ours in Veysonnaz, to cut the curve.
4 - Dinner "chez Dany" and sledge night descent .

Off-piste and nature skiing.

Verbier is renowned for its large ski area dotted with signposted routes but above all for its off-piste sports. The most famous Freeride race is held there on the Bec des Rosses.
Located on a sunny plateau, it is a very charming village which welcomes enthusiasts from all over the world every year.
The resort is also known for its rhythmic and festive evenings.

Key figures

  • 3330 m highest point of the ski area.
  • 4 Vallées for sporty and wild skiing with 410 km of runs.
  • 25 editions of the Xtrem Freeride World Tour.

Favorites

1 - The "Back Mont-Fort" to Lake Cleuson (off-piste).
2 - The "Vallée perdue" Tsoumaz sector (off slopes).
3 - The slope l'Ours in Veysonnaz, to cut the curve.
4 - Dinner "chez Dany" and sledge night descent .

Excellence and myth.

A sumptuous village, a unique mountain, omnipresent even, a sports ski area and top services: all the ingredients are there to make it our favorite spot in Europe.
Accessible only by the little train, it is the perfect station for a stay with friends or family.

Key figures

  • 4478 m altitude of the Matterhorn.
  • 16h35 record time to link Chamonix to Zermatt by the legendary Haute Route.
  • 38 peaks over 4000m surround Zermatt.

Favorites

1 - The idea of ​​going to lunch in Cervinia in Italy and coming back, without a passport.
2 - The view from Gornergratt, accessible by train for non-skiers.
3 - "Chez Vrony", traditional and atmospheric restaurant on the slopes.
4 - Ascent of Breithorn, a 4000m to start mountaineering.

An incredible site for a historic resort!

The surrounding mountains and the frozen lake make Saint Moritz a unique … and cold place. This guarantees very high quality snow. The huge palaces and luxury stores give a timeless style to the pearl of Graubünden.
The resort has hosted the Olympic Games twice and the World Ski Championships five times, and there are incredible sports venues there.

Key figures

  • 1834 creation of winter tourism in St Moritz.
  • 1897 year of creation of the Bobsleigh track.
  • 200 km of cross-country ski trails in the Engadin.
  • 350 km of downhill ski slopes with modern infrastructure.

Favorites

1 - Go skiing from Corvatsch to Sils Maria, an indecent panorama.
2 - A mountain evening at the Kuhstall, with arrival in pistenbully.
3 - The Polo tournament on the frozen lake is a great spectacle.
4 - Lunch on the slopes at Paradise, then dinner in town at Hato and finish at King's Club.

An incredible site for a historic resort!

The surrounding mountains and the frozen lake make Saint Moritz a unique … and cold place. This guarantees very high quality snow. The huge palaces and luxury stores give a timeless style to the pearl of Graubünden.
The resort has hosted the Olympic Games twice and the World Ski Championships five times, and there are incredible sports venues there.

Key figures

  • 1834 creation of winter tourism in St Moritz.
  • 1897 year of creation of the Bobsleigh track.
  • 200 km of cross-country ski trails in the Engadin.
  • 350 km of downhill ski slopes with modern infrastructure.

Favorites

1 - Go skiing from Corvatsch to Sils Maria, an indecent panorama.
2 - A mountain evening at the Kuhstall, with arrival in pistenbully.
3 - The Polo tournament on the frozen lake is a great spectacle.
4 - Lunch on the slopes at Paradise, then dinner in town at Hato and finish at King's Club.