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TOP 5 SKIING RESORTS IN SWITZERLAND CREATED BY JACK RYGER
• Are you an experienced or expert skier looking for your next, new ski resort to hit this winter? • Travel to Switzerland to experience the beauty of the country while enjoying some of the best and most beautiful slopes in the world.
• Here is a countdown of five of the country’s resorts to visit this winter if you’re still deciding your vacation (most are on the more expensive side, but they’re worth the price) …
#1 VERBIER • Though particularly popular with its French-speaking clientele, all are still welcomed to Verbier with its network of cable cars and gondolas giving you convenient access to more resorts including Veysonnaz and La Tzoumaz.
• After you day skiing, you can relax and enjoy some of the most creative and delicious cuisine. • If you’re also a food connoisseur then this is your resort as the others serve simple and typical ski resort menus.
S T. M O R I T Z #2 • Having more of an Austrian influence compared to the other resorts on this list, St. Mortiz showcases authentic medieval architecture including folkloric fixtures, hand-carved paneling, and local granite throughout.
• There are slopes for all levels here. • The Corvigilia, located just above St. Moritz is the most suitable for new or beginner skiers. • If you’re looking for more of a challenge then head over to Sils Maria (Corvatsh) or Pontresina (Diavolezza).
• Both feature difficult slopes that you will challenge you all day long. • Intermediate-level skiers should take the one cable-care connection to Piz Corvatsch and ski all the way back to St. Moritz’s lake.
AROSA #3 • Relatively new to the scene amongst the ski resorts, Arosa is one of the most isolated and quiet vacations spots you’ll find. • If you’re a nature lover then escape here as you head in on the one the road that leads to town.
• Lined with alpine meadows as far as your eye can see, Arosa couldn’t been any more serene.
Z E R M AT T #4 • In the Southwest region of Switzerland, Zermatt is located on a high- altitude plateau. • It's known for its slopes just as much as its party scene with beer- drinking heading into the early hours of the morning.
• Primarily tailored to intermediate skiers, it also feature a difficult course with a drop of (3,280ft) from start to finish.
G S TA A D #5 • Located in Saaneland, Gstaad is a cool option with plenty of action off the slopes as much as there is on them.
• During your downtime, you can attend music festivals, shop till you drop, and people-watch. • You can people watch there for hours or enjoy the view as the sun goes down.
• There’s no doubting that anywhere you ski this winter will bring you joy, but there’s something particularly special about the Swiss slopes that will leave you skiing fearless.