Laax – Flims – Falera Winter Resort

Laax is one of the most famous ski resorts in the Swiss Alps thanks to the beauty of its slopes.
Flims – Laax – Falera ski area has an extension of 235km and has slopes of all levels of difficulty. The highlight of the ski area, Vorab glacier, reaches an altitude of 3018 m.

Beautiful little town, Laax is a great area to ski with amazing views and slopes from 1100 to 3000m

First of all, let see  how long the Slopes of Flims Laax Falera are, divided for level of difficulty
Easy
64 km
Medium
70 km
Difficult
46 km
Freeride
45 km
Total
235 km

Moreover, we have to add about 11 snowboard parks, over 27 restaurants, huge quantity of trails/cross-country skiing, 10 kids parks and an excellent lift service.

Service from base station Laax
October 27th – November 30th weekend service if enough snow
from December 1st daily service

It doesn’t matter if you’re looking for ski slopes or snowboard park and if you’re a solo traveler or a family with children. Laax is definitely a very good location to have fun!
The resort has a great value for money with lots of easy terrain and modern lifts. The quantity and quality of Après-Ski is good as well. Furthermore Laax is designated for children, and this makes it a fantastic location for family. In conclusion, big varieties of slopes, included slopes for advanced skiers, numerous restaurants and guarantee to have great snow, are the strengths of Flims-Laax-Falera Resort.

The single day lift ticket costs about chf 85.00 with discount for teenagers, children and afternoon. You can save more money if you buy your tickets through the INSIDE LAAX app. Renting accessories costs from chf 18 to chf 50, it depends if you need only boots or complete equipment. Of course, the price will be cheaper if you rent for more days.

How to reach Laax from Zürich or from Milan 

Laax is located just 30 minutes from Chur and 1 hour and 45 minutes from Zurich by car.
From Zurich or Basel, follow the A3/A13 motorway towards Chur and exit at Reichenau (no. 18) then take route 19 and you will reach Laax in around 20 minutes. If you’re coming from San Bernardino, also exit at Reichenau (no. 18). You can rent a car directly at the airport for a good price. We’re working to provide some offers.

Otherwise, if you don’t want to drive, Laax shuttle is a good alternative. You can find more information here. Another good alternative is the train. By train, you can reach Chur and from Chur to Laax by bus, Postauto (the famous yellow bus) no. 81
Finally we can also provide a taxi service for a cheap price.

Galaaxy – Crap Sogn Gion 2252 masl

Open Lifts and Slopes at the end of December 2018

1 Naraus – Startgels (Easy)
14 Mutta Rodunda – Grauberg Difficult
15 Mutta Rodunda – Nagens
16 Mutta Rodunda – Scansinas Difficult
16 Mutta Rodunda – Scansinas Intermediate
18 Nagens – Flims Intermediate
19 Grauberg – Nagens Easy
23 Mutta Rodunda – Sogn Martin Easy
25 Nagens – Gallerie Intermediate
4 Spaligna – Flims Easy
40 Crap Masegn – Plaun Intermediate
42 Crest la Siala – Plaun
43 Crest la Siala – Fuorcla Easy
45 Crap Masegn – Treis Palas Intermediate
45 Treis Palas – Alp Dado Easy
47 Crest la Siala – Treis Palas Easy
49 Crest la Siala – Crap Sogn Gion Easy
5 Runcs – Flims Oberdorf Easy
50 Crest la Siala – Alp Dado Easy
50 Crest la Siala – Alp Dado Easy
51 Crest la Siala – Alp Dado Easy
52 Alp Dado – Curnius Easy
52 Crap Lift Tal – Alp Dado Easy
52 Crap Sogn Gion – Crap Lift Tal Easy
53 Curnius – Falera Easy
55 Steilhang – Alp Dado Easy
6 Punt Gronda – Flims Waldhaus Easy
64 Crap Sogn Gion – Curnius Intermediate
64 Curnius – Laax Intermediate
66 Crap Sogn Gion – Plaun Intermediate
Falera
Flims (Grauberg)
Flims (Stretg)
Laax (64)
Laax (65)
 
Alp Dado – Crest la Siala
Crap Masegn
Curnius
Falera
Crap Sogn Gion
Flims-Plaun
Foppa
Fuorcla
Crap Sogn Gion Süd
Grauberg
Ils Plauns I
Ils Plauns II
Larnags 1
Larnags 2
Lavadinas – Fuorcla da Sagogn
Mughels
Mutta Rodunda
Nagens
Naraus
Vorab
Plaun
Plaun-Scansinas
Scansinas – Nagens
Sogn Martin – La Siala
Spaligna
Treis Palas – Crap Masegn
Vorab Gletscher I
Vorab Gletscher II

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