Lenzerheide is another great Swiss resort that often goes under the radar of British skiers. Nestling beneath the Parpaner Rothorn mountain in the east of Switzerland, in a range of mountains known as the Plessur Alps, Lenzerheide sits in a picturesque position in the Lenzerheide Valley, with the Heidsee lake separating it from nearby Valbella. The skiing takes places on slopes either side of the valley, east and west, with lifts going up to 2865m on the east side to the Rothorn, and to 2500m on the west side up to the Statzerhorn. The skiing is ideally suited to families, beginners and intermediates with a great network of blues and reds, particularly on the west side. Lenzerheide has made a bit of a name for itself in recent years as the final stop on the FIS World Cup ski calendar, so advanced skiers will find some runs that the real experts have tested themselves on, but the resort is more geared up for intermediates rather than those at an advanced-level. Lenzerheide is similar to some of Graubunden's other ski resorts such as Arosa, Flims and Laax, in that it tends to get completely overlooked by skiers from Great Britain and Ireland in favour of the Swiss resorts that have been traditionally popular with skiers from our shores - the household names such as Wengen, Grindelwald, Zermatt, Saas Fee etc. But skiers wanting to try somewhere a bit different in Switzerland, away from the main British tour operators, will not be disappointed.
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