The pearl of Flims. Probably the most famous Swiss mountain lake.
Lake Cresta is undeservedly a little overshadowed by Lake Cauma.
The award-winning water hiking trail, also called “Trutg dil Flem” in Romansh, is probably the most popular hike in Flims.
The Rhine Gorge was formed by the largest landslide in the Alps almost 10,000 years ago.
The hole in the middle of the rock of the pointed Tschingelhörner is the Martinsloch.
The “Senda dil Dargun”, as the new treetop pad in Laax is officially called, opened in July 2021 and immediately set a world record.
The high ropes park in Flims at the Prau la Selva sports centre promises thrills and adrenaline rushes.
Several hundred years ago, the farmers of Flims climbed high up the rock face of the Flimserstein to hay the Pinut meadow and gather fodder for the cattle.
From gentle routes along picturesque lakes to more challenging trails through snowy forests and over mountain passes – a wide range of trails for cross-country skiers of all skill levels.
The Sports Center Prau La Selva promises unforgettable winter days filled with joy and entertainment on the unique artificial ice rink in Flims.
Flims Laax impresses with its 228 diverse kilometers of slopes, a wide culinary range, modern lift facilities, and internationally renowned snowparks that serve as a trendy hotspot for freestylers.
From snow-covered forests to impressive mountain panoramas, the region offers countless tour opportunities for beginners to professionals.
Enjoy the winter magic with us at the Flims Laax Falera ski resort and make night sledding an unforgettable highlight for the whole family!
Impressive variety of unique snowparks, the world’s largest monster pipe, and the host of the “LAAX Open” – where the hearts of snowboarders and freeskiers race.
From leisurely strolls to challenging mountain treks, there’s something for every taste and skill level.