Swiss Villages and Resorts (A-E)
This quiet resort in Central Switzerland caters to serious skiers, has a long snow season, and is only two hours from Zürich by train. (It's also a training base for Swiss alpine troops.)
A Winter Resort Report.
This traditional town in Eastern Switzerland is loaded with charm, and the
surrounding hills are a great hiking area for those who prefer grassy slopes to icy
You don't have to be a skier to enjoy this classic resort in Graubünden, which
had its first winter season in 1886. A Winter Resort Report.
On a mountainside just minutes from Interlaken, you'll find an unspoiled paradise
for hikers and skiers.
A 16th Century old town and a bilingual culture enliven a city of watchmakers.
This town near Interlaken has woodcarvers, a steam cogwheel railway, and the
Swiss Open-Air Museum.
The most picturesque ski resort in French Switzerland is 2-1/2 hours by train from Geneva
Airport. A Winter Resort Report.
Graubünden's largest ski resort may not be long on alpine charm, but it has
fabulous skiing on some 315 km (200 miles) of high-altitude runs. A Winter
Erlenbach im Simmental: Stockhornbahn
Ride a cable car, hike a nature path, or try a 100m bungee on mountain slopes
above Lake Thun.
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