Obersaxen Mundaun – Ski area over four beautiful mountains Obersaxen Mundaun (1201-2310 m)

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The ski area of Obersaxen Mundaun is located in the heart of the Swiss Alps in the Surselva Valley, just a 2-hour drive from Lucerne and Zurich. Bright sunshine, blue sky, snow as far as the eye can see - all of this combined with the fascinating alpine panorama around Obersaxen Mundaun to make it one of the most attractive winter sports destinations in the canton of Graubünden. All this is made perfect by the numerous wide pistes, ideal for carving, which lead directly to the accommodations. Unforgettable winter holidays guaranteed. Altogether Obersaxen Mundaun offers 120 perfectly groomed kilometers of pistes on 4 beautiful mountains for beginners, intermediate and advanced skiers.

From Brigels to Val Lumnezia, via Obersaxen and Ilanz, 50 superb ski pistes await skiers of all levels. The runway network is served by 17 ski lifts, including some especially for beginners: surface lifts, rope lifts, practice lifts. Good and efficient connections between the ski pistes, ski lifts and free ski buses provide easy and fast access to the various parts of the ski area. Free parking is also available throughout the ski area.

For cross-country skiers there are 30 km of well-groomed routes in Obersaxen Mundaun, spread over 3 routes, through snowy forests and endless pastures. Winter hikers on foot or snowshoes have 85 km of routes. 6 wonderful toboggan runs and a natural ice rink complete the winter sports offer of Obersaxen Mundaun.

Ski area Obersaxen Mundaun Detailed information:

Length of ski slopes 120 km
easy 60 km
medium 40 km
difficult 20 km
Number of ski slopes 50
Blue 19
Red 25
Black 6
Ski lifts 17
Ski tows 9
Chairlifts 8
Cable cars
Snow cannons 16
Snowparks 2
Floodlight slopes
Cross-country skiing 4 km
Toboggan runs 6

Further information

Fantastic runs for beginners and advanced skiers

Beginner and intermediate skiers have 100 km of easy pistes in the valley stations and in the heights of the ski area. An absolute must for beginners is the long blue piste that runs from the highest point of the ski area, the Piz Sezner (2310m) down to the valley station in Vella, in the Val Lumnezia. Pure fun on 15 km over a breathtaking height difference of 863 m!

Obersaxen Mundaun offers skiers 6 different runs, spread over a total length of 20 km, including the legendary track, which is named after the young giant slalom world champion Carlo Janka, who comes from Obersaxen. It is a steep obstacle-strewn route that leads from Mount Stein (2170 m) down to Kartischa (1790 m), over 380 m difference in altitude. Experienced skiers also have two intriguing runs connecting Piz Sezner to Wali and Stein and to Wali. Obersaxen Mundaun also has a toll road with chronometer. Every Wednesday and Thursday evening, the pistes, which are located at the height of the Chummenbühl and Valata ski lifts, are illuminated - much to the delight of all keen night skiers.

Fairytale landscapes for winter hiking enthusiasts

Obersaxen Mundaun is located on a sunny plateau and extends over a length of 12 kilometers above the Rhine. The 28 picturesque hamlets that surround the ski area are located in the heart of a magnificent Alpine landscape. Idyllic hiking routes run through this landscape of pastures, forests and mountain peaks. Numerous theme hiking routes have been created, such as the Obersaxener Walserweg, a themed route about the history and life of the Walser. In this way, visitors can discover 12 charming chapels situated on the Obersaxener Plateau.

There is also the circular route of Maiensäas, where hikers can enjoy the magnificent panoramas of Surselva. Particularly beautiful panoramas await the winter hikers on the slopes of Piz Sezner and the routes that lead to the historic mountain inn Bündner Rigi. Between Obersaxen and the Val Lumnezia there is the mid-station Mundaun, which also offers numerous winter sports activities, including paragliding and mountaineering.

Ski resorts Obersaxen Mundaun