The 60th most popular snowboarding destination in Switzerland.
Wednesday 23 January 2019 06:44 GMT
Southeast of Zurich and northwest of Chur, 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.
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 60th most popular snowboard & freeride destination of all 80 snowboarding resorts in Switzerland.