Highest winter sports area in the Alps, with ski areas at altitudes between 2,500 and 3,900 m and vertical slopes of over 2,133 m.
One of the world's oldest and best-known winter sports resorts, St. Moritz has hosted the Winter Olympics twice, in 1928 and 1948.
One of Europe's largest winter sports areas and one of the highest altitude areas, Davos has a range of ski resorts.
Expert skiers take note: Verbier is for you, with an abundance of well-groomed runs and backcountry terrain for long-distance skiing.
The three peaks of the Jungfrau massif, rising to almost 4,000 metres, provide a spectacular backdrop for 206 kilometers of slopes and races.
Winning top honors for its snow quality and reliability at this year's Best Ski Resort awards.
Only 45 minutes from Lucerne and only an hour from Zurich, Mount Titlis is one of Switzerland's most popular attractions.
The interconnected resorts of Adelboden and Lenk share the mountain scenery of the Bernese Oberland, and between them all the skiers - beginners.
it's worth seeing. The previously sleepy little town of Andermatt is poised to become the largest ski area in central Switzerland.