10 Best Places For Skiing In Switzerland 

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Zermatt - the highest winter sports area in the Alps, with ski areas at altitudes between 2,500 and 3,900 m and vertical slopes of over 2,133 m.

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St. Moritz - One of the oldest and most famous winter sports resorts in the world, St. Moritz has twice hosted the Winter Olympics, in 1928 and 1948.

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Davos-Klosters and Parsen – One of Europe's larger winter sports areas and one of the highest altitude areas, Davos has a range of ski resorts.

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Verbier - Expert skiers note: Verbier is for you, well prepared for long distance skiing

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Grindelwald, Wengen, and the Jungfrau – the three peaks, rising to almost 4,000 meters, provide 206 kilometers of slopes and a spectacular backdrop for the race.

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Sass-Fee - Winning top honors for its snow quality and reliability at this year's Best Ski Resort awards.

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Arosa Lenzerheide - Lenzerheide and Arosa were separate resorts until 2013, when they were linked by the mile-long Urdenbahn cable car.

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Engelberg-Titlis - Only 45 miles from Lucerne and only an hour from Zurich, Mount Titlis is one of Switzerland's most popular attractions.

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Adelboden-Lenk - The interconnected resorts of Adelboden and Lenk share the mountain scenery of the Bernese Oberland.

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Andermatt-Cedrun - The previously sleepy little town of Andermatt is poised to become the largest ski area in central Switzerland.

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