The Alpine Arena Flims-Laax-Falera, combining three different resorts into one ski and snowboarding area, is one of the largest and most inclusive winter resorts in the Alps.
Flims Laax Falera, attracts skiers and snowboarders to the largest ski resort of the Grisons. A total of 220 kilometers of slopes are at your disposal, at all levels of difficulty and located at altitudes of 1,100 - 3,000 meters above sea level. Our longest downhill run is 14 kilometers long. Most of the slopes and the 29 lift facilities are situated at a snow-guaranteed altitude of over 1,800 meters above sea level. The Vorab Glacier, now operating, has been attracting many snow and sun-loving guests to the first powder snow of the season.
Aside from skiing and snowboarding, one can pursue almost every other category of winter sport in the Alpine Arena. So whatever you are looking for - active participation or peaceful relaxation - you can choose from over two-dozen recreational activities in the Alpine Arena. For example: Alpine skiing, snowboarding, carving, cross-country skiing, curling, sledding, hang-gliding or winter hiking are all available.
Snowpark - the snowboarders' dreams come true Flims Laax was one of the first resorts in the world to embrace snowboarding and the freestyle skiing movement. It has some of the best facilities on the planet with two terrain parks, two boardercross courses and three halfpipes.
Crap Sogn Gion the mountain peak above the town of Laax has two halfpipes and a large terrain park with kickers, jumps and rails. The halfpipes are well shaped and maintained and have a rope tow servicing them.
The Café Noname at Crap Sogn Gion pumps loud music down over the halfpipes and terrain park. The Café No Name at Crap Sogn Gion pumps loud music down over the halfpipes and terrain park. The cafe is a great viewing vantage point and a top sun-drenched spot for a drink and lunch. The other halfpipe and terrain park is on the Vorab Glacier and remains open until late spring.
The region offers a network of cross-country ski tracks in Bargis, Flims, Sagogn and Trin. All the 55 km of cross-country tracks have double width for classic and skating technique. They are easy to reach using public transportation (Flims Laax Falera Shuttle and Postauto Graubünden), In addition, parking space is available near the tracks. The latest information on track conditions, charges and cross-country ski events is available from the Cross-country Ski Centers or at www.trinnordic.ch