Einsiedeln Ski Hotel Guide - Ski accommodation

Einsiedeln

The three smallish ski regions of Einsiedeln, Hoch Ybrig and Brunni-Mythen are located in idyllic open Alpine foothill countryside at altitudes between 900 to 1900 metres above sea level and are suitable for skiers and snowboarders alike. And there is also a halfpipe and fun park.

The Ybrig ski school is the oldest ski school in Switzerland. Families appreciate the short distances to the ski regions, especially from the Zurich area. The new Einsiedeln ski jump can be used for training and competitions in summer. The big cross-country skiing track area and varied possibilities for ski tours complete the range of activities on offer.

Summer
In summer the destination offers an extensive hiking trail network (400km), but also routes for bikers (250km, partly signposted). A 18-hole golf course and agriculture trail are further examples of what's on offer in the summer. And on poor-weather-days you can enjoy Einsiedeln's cultural highlights including, for example, the Mineral Museum or Gingerbread Museum, as well as lots of other sights.

The area of Einsiedeln in the heart of early Switzerland offers a host of excursion possibilities, such as visits to the Zoo in Golday or the Children's Zoo in Rapperswil, trips by mountain railway up the Rigi, a cruise on Lakes Lucerne, Zug or Zurich, or entering the Mouta Valley "Hölloch", one of the biggest cave systems in the world.

Number of elevators

5

Drags

Chairs

Gondolas

0 4 1

Length of skiing trails (km)

8

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The highest point (m)

1190



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