Zurich’s first ski slope
Zurich’s first ski slope

Come visit Zurich’s first ski slope!

On the Adlisberg, at 701 metres above sea level, young skiing fans can get a first whiff of “mountain air” and race down a 60-metre-long ski slope. And after reaching the bottom, they will enjoy a ride back up the hill on the magic carpet. In good weather, you can also try out the 200-metre-long sledge run.

On selected days, ski instructors from Destination Gstaad and the Swiss Ski and Snowboard School Zurich are on hand to help kids hitting the slopes for the first time.

You can get to Dolder Sports Snow Fun via the main entrance to the Dolder Bad

AdmissionSingleRental 
AdultsCHF 9.00Ski for kidsCHF 8.00
Adolescents (17 to 20 years)CHF 7.00SledsCHF 8.00
Children (4 to 16 years) CHF 5.00

Free entry to the ski sports afternoons at Destination Gstaad.
Saturday, 15 January 2022, Saturday, 5 February 2022, Saturday, 12 February 2022
from 12.00 pm. to 4.00 pm.

As the rental equipment is only available to a limited extent, we recommend that you bring your own skis.

The ski slope is open every Wednesday, Saturday and Sunday.

Wednesday from 12.00 pm to 4.00 pm.

Saturday from 12.00 pm to 4.00 pm.

Sunday from 10.00 am to 4.00 pm.

Update: Due to the bad weather forecast the ski slope will open again Saturday, 8 January 2022.

Snow Fun meets Gstaad

Afternoons of snow sports

We are working together with Destination Gstaad and the Swiss Ski and Snowboard School Zurich to offer supervision by professional ski instructors on certain afternoons. The instructors will accompany the children on their first runs as they attempt to conquer the 60-metre hill on skis.

Ski afternoons with Destination Gstaad ski instructors:

Saturday, 18 December 2021
Saturday, 15 January 2022
Saturday, 5 February 2022
Saturday, 12 February 2022

From 12.00 noon to 4.00 pm. Admission to Dolder Sports Snow Fun is free on Destination Gstaad ski afternoons.

Ski afternoons with ski instructors from the Swiss Ski and Snowboard School Zurich:

Wednesday, 22 December 2021
Saturday, 8 January 2022
Wednesday, 19 January 2022
Wednesday, 26 January 2022

From 2.00 pm to 5.00 pm

Sledge run

In good weather, you can also try out our specially prepared sledge run at Dolder Sports Snow Fun and coast down the roughly 200-metre-long slope on a snow tube or sledge. Group events can also be booked.

 

Kiosk

Skiing will make you hungry! The kiosk situated right next to the ski slope and sledge run offers a small selection of snacks and drinks.

Kiosk Offers

Our Partners

Destination Gstaad

Destination Gstaad is known worldwide for its luxurious charm, yet it remains a traditional Alpine resort that offers guests a relaxed atmosphere and wide range of winter activities. The Gstaad on Tour project brings the destination and the Gstaad atmosphere to Zurich at the Dolder Bad with “Dolder Sports Snow Fun meets Gstaad”, an innovative offer for families and children. The first ski slope on the Adlisberg lets children discover the joy of winter sports.

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Snow Sports Initiative Switzerland

The Snow Sports Initiative Switzerland helps schools and teachers to organise snow sports days and camps quickly and easily. The aim is to encourage more children and teenagers to try out snow sports. The initiative is based on the conviction of the founding parties that snow sports are an important cultural asset in Switzerland and that they are of great importance for people’s active involvement in sports, the education of children and the future of winter tourism.

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Swiss Ski and Snowboard School Zurich

Since 1997, the Swiss Ski and Snowboard School Zurich has been a licensed school of Swiss Snowsports, the umbrella organisation of Swiss ski and snowboard schools. The ski and snowboard instructors base their lessons on the training programme of the Swiss Snow League and use the latest methods and cutting-edge equipment. On selected days, ski instructors will be on hand to help children learn how to ski on the slope at Dolder Sports Snow Fun.

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