Rosswald Ski Hotel Guide - Ski accommodation

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Rosswald

At 1820-2600 m Rosswald is a unique sunny terrace high above the Rhone valley, reachable only with a gondola. In this ski area with five lifts, you can ski or ride over 25 km of perfectly groomed slopes with a breathtaking view of Valais and Bernese Alps.

Thanks to modern technology, every ski resort these days has snow guns that make up for the loss of snow that doesn’t fall naturally. Rosswald has an extensive network of snow guns so we can guarantee perfect conditions all winter long.

The fully certified instructors guarantee a great time and lots of fun in the snow, for adults as well as kids. Riders can learn new tricks with our snowboard pros too.

Sledging
A five-mile long trail for sledging with a 6200 ft vertical difference is a real blast for the whole family.

Kids Worls
In the Kids World, children take their first steps on skis. Fully certified and professional Kids-instructors will guide them and make it an unforgettable and fun experience for your child. Here children are prepared for the Swiss Snow League in a playfull and fun atmosphere ithout pressure.

Snowshoeing
Everyone needs a little peace and quiet on holiday, so why not go snowshoeing with a guide and enjoy the natural beauty of a winter wonderland off-piste. Tip: go snowshoeing under a moonlit sky and then have a

Summer
Rosswald has everything you need to enjoy a relaxing and peaceful summer holiday. Mountains, hiking trails, a playground, a big paddling pool and of course the clean fresh alpine air. There’s something for everyone here and it’s completely free. Being the ideal starting point to go hiking, you can discover the Simplon region or the historical trails over the Saflisch Pass to Binn that smugglers used and enjoy the breathtaking view all around. Delicious fondue with a glass of Fendant afterwards.

Number of elevators

5

Drags

Chairs

Gondolas

4 0 1

Length of skiing trails (km)

25

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The highest point (m)

2600



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