As the sun slowly rises in Flims Laax Falera, it's not long until the perfect skiing or snowboarding day begins. After a short trip by cable car, you can hit the wide, blue, red or black slopes, or go to the snow park. We have 224 kilometres of slopes, 5 snow parks and 28 ski lifts, 70% of those are situated at an altitude of between 2,000 and 3,000 metres, which makes Flims Laax Falera one of the most reliable winter sports regions in the world to find snow. So once your alarm clock rings, you'll be dying to hit the slopes.
Enjoy the special night skiing and snowboarding experience on our slope from Curnius to Laax Murschetg. From 7 p.m. to 10.45 p.m. you can make your turns on the 6 km long, freshly prepared and illuminated slope. The Tegia Curnius and numerous restaurants in the rocksresort provide the right refreshment in between.
Is this your first skiing or snowboarding trip? In Flims Laax Falera, you don't have to settle for low ground. Starting off at a height of 2,570 metres on the Vorab Glacier, you can make your first moves on the blue slopes at your own leisure. And around the Alp Dado, you will also find many gentle slopes which ensure a wonderful and relaxing day for all the family.
The sunny slopes in Nagens and Mutta Rodunda are perfect for more athletic skiers and snowboarders. If you want to put your stamina to the test, then don't miss the unique descent from La Siala down to Flims. You will complete a total distance of around 13 kilometres with a descent of 1,700 metres in altitude.
Those in search of a unique challenge find exactly what they're looking for in Flims Laax Falera. You can take on the former FIS run or go down the back of the Vorab Glacier to Alp Ruschein.
There are several ways to calculate the length of slopes. The most inaccurate is the "horizontal" (see graph c), where the length of the slope is measured from the start point to the end point. Another possibility is the "transverse" variant (see graphic b). Here bumps and ground waves are taken into the measurement as well. The model which we have chosen is the "sporty" one (see graphic a). It is calculated the way a person really uses the slope. Therefore the curves are also included in this model. This results in our number of 224 kilometers of slopes.