You're not a freestyler? Don't worry! The three municipalities of Flims, Laax and Falera offer 224 kilometres of slopes for beginners, families and ambitious skiers and snowboarders.
No matter which slope you opt for, your equipment should be tailored to your individual skills and technique. That’s why the RENTertainers at our many INTERSPORT Rent shops on site are always happy to support you.
Whether you’re a beginner or a more seasoned rider, you can always test the latest equipment at the INTERSPORT Rent shops in Laax. Our experienced RENTertainers are happy to advise you and find the perfect skis or snowboard for your individual needs. With the right equipment, you’re all set for an unforgettable day in the snow!
Pick your favourites: Simply browse our vast selection of rental equipment online, book your favourite items in advance and collect them right on site.
“Slope, powder or snow park?” That’s a frequent question in the ski resort of Laax. Another one is: “Snow kindergarten, ski school or snow wonderland?”
Freestylers from all over Europe regularly flock to the snow parks surrounding the Curnius lift. For instance, there’s Curnius Park with a total slope length of 1,000 meters and 25 obstacles. Or NoName Park with the world’s biggest halfpipe.
Families with kids love the resort’s three snow wonderlands. Beginners can fine-tune their technique on the easy slopes of Falera, while advanced skiers enjoy the sunny descents around the “Nagens” and “Mutta Rodunda” lifts. If you want to put your fitness to the test, we recommend the 13-kilometre La Siala run.
Pssst: Flims-Laax-Falera also offers plenty of opportunities for snowshoeing and sledging!
… you’re a passionate or soon-to-be freestyler
… you always wanted to visit the renowned snow parks of Laax.
… you want to spend your family ski holidays in Switzerland.
… you want to go skiing or snowboarding on slopes with impressive views and guaranteed snow.
… you want to make sure that there’s always an INTERSPORT Rent shop nearby.
The ski resort of Laax is also popular with pro skiers and snowboarders looking for a challenge. For instance, the 17-kilometre descent from 3,018-metre Vorab Glacier down to Flims is a highlight for every avid winter sports athlete.
If you’re looking for an even more challenging run, we recommend the run at the rear of the glacier (slope No. 35) down to Alp Ruschein or the “Fatschas” FIS run (No. 65).
Our tip: Safety first! Drop by at INTERSPORT Rent and rent the perfect equipment for your next ride – especially if you’re planning a more challenging route!