Activities in Graubünden


SKIING AND SNOWBOARDING – The high-altitude trio of Flims, Laax and Falera forms the Weisse Arena ski area, with 136 miles of slopes catering to all levels, and 37 miles of cross-country trails. Laax draws in party-loving snowboarders seeking big air: it’s home to both Europe’s smallest and largest half-pipes, excellent freestyle parks and many off-piste opportunities.

EATING – Cavigilli is Flims’ oldest house, dating to 1453, and comprises a Gothic parlour and an elegant beamed dining room. The emphasis is on showcasing market-fresh produce in dishes such as beef with black garlic, artichoke, chanterelles, potato, chorizo and rocket, and venison with red cabbage, kohlrabi, sea buckthorn and butternut squash.

Natural thermal springs at the quartzite-built Therme Vals.

THERMAL SPA – Built using 60,000 slabs of quartzite, Therme Vais in Valsertal is one of the country’s most enchanting thermal spas. Aside from heated indoor and outdoor pools, this grey-stone labyrinth hides all sorts of watery nooks and crannies, cleverly lit and full of atmosphere. You can drift away in 42°C bath-warm waters, sweat it out in the steam room and cool down in the teeth-chattering Eisbad.

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