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Access the best of Switzerland’s backcountry on your splitboard and experience the country’s epic slopes.

Make the most of the Alps and enjoy the best of both ski touring and downhill snowboarding in Switzerland. Whether it’s Valais, Canton of Bern, Graubünden or somewhere else, grab your splitboard and explore the exceptional mountainous terrain of Switzerland.

Splitboarding in Switzerland

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FAQs: Splitboarding in Switzerland

What should I know about Splitboarding Switzerland?

Explore the Great Saint Bernard Pass, the third highest road pass in Switzerland in the Canton of Valais. There you’ll find an awesome hospice/monastery to base yourself for your backcountry adventures. Or, head to the Canton of Graubünden and explore some of the best off-piste terrain in the country around Davos. Then, explore the ski touring mecca of Gstaad close to Bern.

Why should I choose Switzerland for my Splitboarding adventure?

**The Ultimate Alpine Destination **

Switzerland is pure alpine country. Slap bang in the middle of the Alps, you’ll find some pretty high peaks, excellent snow and classic alpine culture.

**Best of Both Worlds **

Break away from the regular pistes and reach backcountry terrain on your splitboard that you wouldn’t normally get to. Then, enjoy pristine powder as your cruise down.

**Breathtaking Scenery **

The alpine scenery in Switzerland is both stunning and iconic. From the instantly recognizable Matterhorn looming over Zermatt to the high altitude beauty of Valais, the scenery in Switzerland is simply breathtaking.

What can I expect from the weather in Switzerland?

Switzerland has a moderate climate. Winter temperatures tend to sit at around -2 to 7 °C and summer temperatures range from 18 to 28 °C.

Which language is predominantly spoken in Switzerland?

The main languages spoken in Switzerland are Swiss German, French and Italian. However English is spoken by many people in resort towns.

What currency is accepted in Switzerland?

Swiss Franc

How can I get to Switzerland?

Fly to either Zurich or Geneva then connect onwards via train.

What’s the country code of Switzerland?


What’s the high season for Splitboarding in Switzerland?

The best time to visit Switzerland's ski slopes is between November to April.

What people are saying about Splitboarding | Switzerland


Plus de temps doit être consacré à la familiarisation de l'équipement qu'on portait dans nos sacs, pelle, sonde. Quoi faire si le guide est emporté par une avalanche, une deuxième radio devrait être porté par un des clients, comment utiliser les émetteurs de détresse lors d'une recherche.



Very good experience. Great guide. Bad weather but we managed to really enjoy the weekend. Thanks!



Great customer service and Renato (our guide) was fantastic. He really tailored the trip to our experience level while challenging us. I would recommend him highly!



Gilbert was great company and found a really cool location despite difficult conditions off piste



Have just finished 3 days skiing every mountain in Zermatt with Herbert He is an excellent guide and I look forward to skiing with him again

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