Everyone who has ever been to LAAX knows: LAAX is present in every moment. In every step, in every descent, in every breath. Whoever is here experiences: LAAX every second.
So do Nera and Roi. Join them on their journey:
In addition to sporting activities, LAAX offers you a variety of events and cultural happenings. In addition to international sports events, our event program includes art exhibitions and live concerts, as well as events for families, exuberant parties and unforgettable nights. We always have something to offer - for everyone, on the mountain and in the valley.
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.
In the ski area you will find yellow marked freeride routes, which are secured by avalanche blasting. This means that even less experienced freeriders can dive into the deep snow. Nevertheless, you should have the right equipment and important basic knowledge before you plunge into the adventure. For those looking for some peace and tranquillity, there are also numerous touring routes to discover away from the mountain railways and the hustle and bustle in Flims Laax Falera.
The world's longest treetop walk connects the two villages of Laax Murschetg and Laax Dorf. Once you have reached platform height via one of the two access towers, the 1.5-kilometer-long walkway leads you through the forest - always at eye level with the trees.
It is a special highlight to discover the mountain world at night. From accompanied full moon descents to illuminated night trails to coloured light installations or fast toboggan runs, it's all here.
There is a reason why LAAX is the leading freestyle resort for freeskiers and snowboarders in the Alps: Here you will find the biggest halfpipe in the world, a pro kicker line in Olympic size and a total of more than 90 obstacles, spread over five snowparks.
The Free60 combines both worlds, freestyle and powder. The Free60 is not groomed like a common park, but left in its natural state. The wooden obstacles are located next to the piste from Crap Sogn Gion to Plaun. The snow-covered elements promise a lot of fun in powder, from intermediate to pro riders, you can let off steam here.
Europe’s first freestyle indoor base, with an area of 1,200 m², is a modern playground for all freestylers. The Freestyle Academy regularly offers you interesting packages and courses to make your visit with us even better.