Laax Ski Holidays

Easily my favourite Swiss resort, and yet it is still such a hidden gem. Fantastic terrain and surprisingly large.
Andrea Selig
Product Manager - Switzerland & Asia
Easily my favourite Swiss resort, and yet it is still such a hidden gem. Fantastic terrain and surprisingly large.
Andrea Selig
Product Manager - Switzerland & Asia

Summary

4
Beginner
4
Average: 4 (1 vote)
Intermediate
4
Average: 4 (1 vote)
Advanced
  • Family Friendly
  • Non-Ski Activities
  • Quick Transfer Time

This big ski area has an excellent snow record and a famous freestyle school. Built for convenience, it’s a winner with families and groups.

With reliably good conditions, much of the terrain here sits above 2,000 metres. Snow-sure pistes zigzag above the villages of Laax, Flims and Falera, and the slopes are equally good across the whole area.

We don’t often shout about the lifts but this network is particularly good. It’ll whisk you as high as 3,000 metres on the Vorab Glacier, while the futuristic Porsche lift is pretty impressive.

For some, Laax ski holidays are all about the Freestyle Academy, while snowboarders are in their element with four snowparks and the world’s largest half-pipe.

While Flims is a traditional village, Laax was built for convenience, with slope-side accommodation and a good range of bars and restaurants. We love Rocks Lounge for civilised après drinks, while Indy Bar is livelier, and Tegia Larnags does the best cheese fondue.

Non-skiers have plenty of options too, including curling, winter walking and visits to the spa. And when it’s time to go home, the fast transfer to Zurich airport makes for an easy journey.

Every holiday is tailor-made, just for you.

Call 01273 224062 for advice from our ski specialists.

Resort Guide

Laax Resort Guide

Make the most of your Laax ski holiday with our insider tips.

Resort stats

Season
November to mid April
Nearest airport
Zurich
Flight time
1 hour 30 minutes
Direct flight
Yes
Transfer time
1 hour 45 minutes
Transport
Transfer, rail & bus, car
Elevation
3, 018 m / 9,900 ft
Vertical drop
1,900 m / 6233 ft
Avg snowfall
15 ft
Ski area
235 km
Ski lifts
29
Runs
68
Grade
21% advanced
50% intermediates
29% beginners

Maps

Resort Map

Google piste view

Accommodation

Our main accommodation base, Laax does ski-in ski-out particularly well, with family-friendly hotels and self-catering apartments. Sociable groups could stay in a cool lodge with an in-house nightclub or, to escape it all, we’d suggest one of the secluded spa hotels with a private shuttle to the slopes.

We’ve stayed at or visited all of our Laax accommodation options, so call us for advice and we’ll recommend the best ones for you.

Featured accommodation

  • Fitness Facilities
  • Half Board Available
  • Pool
  • Self-Catered
  • Spa
Laax’s newest property, Peaks Place, opened in December 2015 and offers 74 luxurious apartments at the base of the resort just minutes from the slopes.
signinahotel External
  • Breakfast Included
  • Close to Ski School
  • Close to Slopes
  • Close to Village
  • Fitness Facilities
  • Free Wi-Fi
  • Half Board Available
  • Hot Tub
  • Spa
The 4* signinahotel is stylish, contemporary and modern with an excellent restaurant and a dine-around option to participating restaurants in Laax.

Offers

See our Laax offers for some excellent savings and superb package prices.

Giving you the best available prices, the offers below are based on our lowest cost departure dates. We can save you money on many other dates and properties but we can't show every single offer here - for more options, please call us on 01273 224 062 or request a quotation.

Reviews

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12/05/2017 Ivo Lochtman, Laax

A snowboarding paradise, and outstanding organisation, we loved it!

24/04/2017 Janet Clifford

We liked Laax and wondered what it is like with snow right into the village. Food and drink were very expensive. However, no snow meant plenty of beautiful sunshine and it was lovely to sit outside at the deli at the bottom of the cable car for a drink at the end of the day. We were surprised at how much walking there was to go from one cable car to another and between gondolas as well, but again, this might have been because of the lack of snow. No so easy for "pedestrians" to go up the mountain to meet family in the café at Cap Son Giorn.

19/04/2017 Helen Lowe

Lovely range of pistes, plenty of apres ski distractions. Shops and ski rental all very conveniently situated.

News

Mammoth Sign Buried January 2017  © Jayson Smith

JanuBURIED - Record Snowfall in North America

3rd February 2017 - Craig Charley

January was a record-breaking month for snow, with some resorts receiving over seven metres. While Canada didn't have as many powder days as the USA last month, over a metre of fresh snow is forecast before Tuesday in British Columbia. Read our January snow report for all the best photos and videos...

Åre Skier, Trees & Snow © Karl Hagglund / Skistar

Six Snow-sure European Ski Resorts

10th October 2016 - Craig Charley

The most important factor for skiers when choosing a resort is guaranteed snow (according to the latest Ski Club of Great Britain research), and it's one of our top considerations when tailoring our ski holidays. When looking for snow-sure resorts, altitude and latitude play a big part. All of our...