Graubünden is the largest canton in Switzerland and is the country’s top holiday region. With 150 valleys, 615 lakes, and 937 mountain summits, including the 4,049m Piz Bernina, this is a thrilling high-alpine landscape and a must-visit destination for lovers of the great outdoors.
In the summer, hikers, bikers and thrill-seekers come to forge unique holiday experiences in the midst of the majestic Swiss alpine world. Here you can tread some of the 11,000km of marked hiking trails over peaks and across famous glaciers and sunny meadows, or cycle along the 4,000km of marked biking routes for all levels.
In winter Graubünden becomes a magnet for winter sports enthusiasts who flock to its sophisticated ski resorts such as Davos Klosters, Engadin St. Moritz, Arosa Lenzerheide and Laax.
Graubünden is the only Swiss region under the influence of three cultures and languages, namely German, Romansh, and Italian. This makes for a diverse cultural experience, with a plethora of delicious food and wine and a historical heritage stretching back to Roman times. To explore this fascinating region there are world- famous railways and to relax, an abundance of spa hotels and thermal baths, all guaranteeing a truly authentic mountain experience.
If you want to discover the real Alps, it’s time to explore Graubünden!
Graubünden, sometimes translated as the “Grey Leagues”, is one of the most beautiful areas in Switzerland. Fly through the snow and fog and gain and aerial view of this majestic land.
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How to get up the mountain, which are the best slopes and where do you get the best coffee on the mountain. Our guides Marco and Bimmel give you the answers to these questions and lots of other valuable insider tips. They share the ski resort’s most picturesque locations plus their insider tips on how to make the most out of your stay in LAAX. Discover all this and more besides in the first edition of LAAX – the Guide.