Made up of the villages Flims, Laax and Falera, LAAX offers 235km of slopes and impressive infrastructure with 29 lift systems providing the capacity of transport more than 40‘000 passengers an hour, minimising queuing and giving everyone more time on the slopes.
Slopes are suitable for all levels, from beginners to pros, with a particular reputation amongst snowboarders – those looking for a challenge can hit, jib or tweak in one of the resort’s four snow parks and Europe’s largest half pipe. In 2010, LAAX opened it’s Freestyle Academy – Europe’s first indoor freestyle training centre. In addition, LAAX also offers five guaranteed valley runs down tot he base stations in Flims, Laax and Falera.
Seventy percent of the runs are between 2‘000 and 3‘000 metres above sea level, making LAAX one of the most reliable resorts to find snow, from as early as mid-November through to mid-April. To ensure a high quality experience for visitors, LAAX continuously invests and optimizes ist snow cannons and ski lift systems, as well as the pipes and parks.
LAAX offers an attractive range of accomodation to suit all budgets, needs and tastes; from cosy hotels and contemporary apartments, to mid-range hotels in the traditional Alpine style and 5-star luxury hotels. Families or groups of friends looking for more space can be sure to find the holiday accommodation that is right for them, be it a stylish design-led apartment or a rustic chalet.
LAAX’s mountain top bars are ideal places to go for those looking for a warming dring and good company. Afer building an appetite on the slopes, there is an impressive selection of 17 mountain-side restaurants, serving everything from traditional Swiss cuisine to fine dining. And for those looking to plunge head first into the resort’s entertainment and nightlife, there is a packed calendar of sporting highlights, events and high-profile concerts with DJ’s and bands.
Find more information on www.laax.com