Best Flumserberg Snowboarding

The 63rd most popular snowboarding destination in Switzerland.

  St Gallen, Switzerland


  January 9, 2022

Southeast of Zurich and northwest of Landquart, the Flumserberg ski area has 65 pistes totalling 75km that are served by 18 lifts which access a maximum descent of 1000m. This intermediate snowboarder paradise is very popular on the weekend with day-trippers coming from Zurich.

The most popular piste is the 6km Terza descent from Seebenalp to Oberterzen where there is a cable car back to the Flumserberg-Tannenboden. In addition, the Leist piste is a more challenging 7km descent from Maschgenkamm to Tannenheim.

There are three main off-piste regions to explore that include the Leist-Seebenalp, Maschgenkamm-Arve and Güsler-Seebenalp. In addition, there is a fun ungroomed 6km Ski Route #50 from Piste 21 below Grueb leading down to the Oberterzen gondola station (30-60 minutes), from which you can downlift to Unterterzen.

• Easy access from Zurich.
• Several off-piste lines.
• One long ski route.

• Low elevation snowpack.
• Limited base services.
• Crowded on the weekends.

To reach Flumserberg by air, fly into Zurich International Airport (ZRH). Take the trail through downtown Zurich and connect to Unterterzen where there is a gondola up to the ski area.

Overall, Flumserberg is the 63rd most popular snowboard & freeride destination of all 87 snowboarding resorts in Switzerland.

Local Contacts:  Flumserberg Bergbahnen +41 81 720 15 15; Flumserberg Tourismus +41 81 720 18 18

Best Season:  Jan. - Mar.

Base Camp:  Hotel Cafrida Flumserberg

Reference Source:  click here

PDF Map:  click here

GPS:  47.092657, 9.280755

Date Published:  1/5/2016

Date Updated:  1/9/2022

ID:  24299

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