Lifts in operation Schweiz
Slope conditions

With 180 kilometres of slopes, you have a lot to choose from. So that you’ll know what each run will be like, the slopes are colour-coded: blue means easy, red means intermediate, and black means advanced. With the interactive ski map, you’ll see how to reach your favourite slopes.

Current status

On the weekend of 23/24 November, we will be opening a total of 23.8 kilometres of slopes. The lifts will run from 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. We expect that the descent to the valley will be open again, meaning that the longest run from Gemsstock to the valley is 13.2 kilometres with a drop in altitude of 1,500 metres. In addition, the ATC Avalanche Training Center below the Gurschen Mid-Station will be open. The snow depth on Gemsstock is currently 270 cm. One-day tickets can be purchased at the Gemsstock ticket office and at the Andermatt railway station for CHF 59.

Opening dates for all areas

Gemsstock will be open only on the weekends until 1 December and then daily starting 7 December. The lifts in Disentis will be open for operation on weekends starting 30 November, weather permitting. The Andermatt - Oberalp Pass - Dieni area will be open daily for ski operations starting 14 December, subject to snow conditions. The entire Andermatt+Sedrun+Disentis resort will be open starting 20 December 2019. 

Interactive ski map

The interactive ski map shows you in real time which lifts are in operation (green), which slopes are skiable, which cross-country trails have been groomed, whether the sledding run is open, and whether snowshoe trails and winter hiking paths have been cleared.

Slope information

Central Switzerland’s largest ski resort features 180 kilometres of slopes in all degrees of difficulty. Blue slopes are particularly suited to beginners. They aren’t as steep and offer unhurried descents. Red slopes have an incline of at most 40 degrees, with an intermediate degree of difficulty. The difficult black slopes are designed for top skiers. They are steep and require excellent technical skills.

Yellow slopes

For freeriders, there are also 16.5 kilometres of yellow slopes. These are deep-powder runs. These slopes are protected against avalanches,but they are not groomed or patrolled. For reasons of safety, only those with sufficient experience and the right equipment should ski in deep-powder snow.

Kilometres of slopes at Andermatt+Sedrun+Disentis:

  • Blue slopes: 47.5 km
  • Red slopes: 84 km
  • Black slopes: 37 km
  • Yellow slopes: 16.5 km