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The celebrations for 150 years of winter sport in Switzerland have already started in the country’s Graubünden region.

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The slopes of the Diavolezza glacier in Engadin St Moritz officially opened on 18 October. Next up, on 22 November, Corvatsch and Corviglia follow suit and then at the end of November the glacier season in LAAX begins.

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Arosa Lenzerheide: Graubünden’s newest and largest ski area

Last year’s link-up between Arosa and Lenzerheide to create one of Switzerland’s top ten ski domains, is poised to make the area a huge draw for skiers and boarders this season.

An impressive 225km of pistes now await, and whether you prefer wide slopes or challenging runs, you’ll find what you’re looking for in the new Arosa Lenzerheide domain. Arosa is renowned for its abundance of ski-in, ski-out accommodation, while Lenzerheide’s east- and west-facing slopes catch the sun all day long.

Snowboarders and free skiers meet at the snow park by Alp Stätz, and a variety of bars and restaurants in the area offer great pit-stops for skiers, boarders, hikers and everyone else in between.

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Graubünden Deals

£602pp – 7 Nights at The Excelsior, Arosa

£878pp – 7 Nights at Hotel Lenzerhorn Spa & Wellness, Lenzerheide

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