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.)
There are no cars here--just plenty of great skiing near Interlaken and the Jungfrau,
including the world's longest downhill race for amateur skiers.
You don't need a fortune or a title to enjoy Switzerland's oldest ski resort; a
platinum card will do.
This resort in French Switzerland offers 400 km of slopes, 100
lifts, and plenty of thrills (or spills) for advanced skiers.
Zermatt's lifts include a cogwheel railroad, a subway inside an Alp, and the highest
aerial cablecar in Europe--yet the resort manages to retain a village atmosphere.