London Ski & Snowboard Festival

A destination set out to impress

Flims Laax Falera impresses in summer with its UNESCO World Natural Heritage Site Tectonic Arena Sardona, the Rhine Gorge known as “Swiss Grand Canyon” and Lake Cauma. In winter, the landscape transforms to boasts one of the largest ski resorts: 224 km of pistes, 4 snow parks and 5 valley runs. Flims Laax Falera has something for every taste. Families, couples, friends, beginners and pros – everyone feels at home here.

Holidays in Flims Laax Falera are more than just hiking, biking, mountains and nature or skiing and snowboarding, snow and sun: summer and winter holidays in the destination are experience and relaxation, family time, adventure and distraction, enjoyment, sport and lifestyle. The modern destination in the Grisons, presents itself as an innovative, dynamic and family-friendly area surrounded by breathtaking nature.

We are proud to align our resort with an event that is committed to addressing sustainability and who are taking the necessary steps to make a difference.



Imagine transforming our destination from a consumer to a producer.

An initiative of the Weisse Arena Group, Greenstyle is our answer to how we deal with the global challenges of climate change and biodiversity.

Flims Laax Falera aims to become the world’s first self-sustaining alpine destination through economically viable initiatives. This vision includes the Flims Laax Falera region as well as the municipalities of Trin and Sagogn. It means nothing less than that the entire energy requirements of the destination can be covered by 100% renewable energy produced in the region.

Current Projects
The Last Day Pass

The Last Day Pass

In the middle of the UNESCO World Heritage Site Tectonic Arena Sardona, above the Swiss village of Laax lies the Vorab Glacier, one of the most popular snowboarding areas in Switzerland, the Snowboard Summer Camp took place until 20 years ago in mid-June. Nowadays, this is no longer possible due to the massive melting of the glacier. In the next 30-35 years we have to expect that the Vorab Glacier will have completely disappeared due to the effects of man-made global warming. We believe that it is worth fighting for this very special place and at the same time send a signal to stop human-induced climate change.

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