- 22 Resorts
- Consistent Snow
- Diverse destinations
- Resorts open before those of many other states
- Home to Vail, Beaver Creek, Copper Mountain
Disentis 3000 is a true gem. A bit off the beaten path, the village of Disentis offers a true authentic feel as if time stood still in this valley in Graubünden, Switzerland. As a true freeride destination, Disentis is not your average family resort. Instead it caters to true and dedicated skiers and snowboarders and has a strong focus on freeride and backcountry skiing. The 10 lifts cover a maximum of terrain and the altitude (the top station is at more than 2.800 meters) ensures snow safety.
The views over the swiss alps are breath taking and there are fantastic ski-touring opportunities starting at Péz Ault. From here you can also take the 12KM long slope down to the valley that will have your legs burning. Stretching across 1.700 vertical meters there are mostly steep slopes with a fair amount of easy options mixed in.
Offpiste you need to be aware that the resort is not marking nor checking the terrain, so you need to use your own judgement. In order to be on the safe side, there are several LVS-checkpoints and there also is an avalanche-training area at "Bar Nevada" where you can train searching for buried beacon signals under real conditions.
Last but not least Disentis is also close to other resorts, so there are plenty of opportunities to keep you riding and happy for days on end.
Shops, restaurants, bank, post office, gas stations, museums, dancing, library, and a cinema.
Phone: 41 81 920 40 30