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Minschuns/Münstertal (CH)

A relaxing winter holiday in Switzerland

In Switzerland’s sunniest holiday spot, near the country’s southeast border with South Tyrol, you’ll find the very manageable family ski area of Minschuns: a true paradise for skiers, snowboarders and carvers.

Switzerland’s Mischuns Ski Area is located very close to the Romanesque convent in Müstair. Here you can actually ski instead of spending the whole time queuing: the area’s many ski lifts provide access to many different runs well suited to all disciplines and all levels of difficulty, ranging up to an elevation of 2,700 metres. Minschuns also has a large snow-n-fun park, located directly at the Panorama Restaurant: it offers a unique opportunity to practice deep powder runs or do some relaxed carving on well-groomed slopes. In addition, Val Müstair has much to offer cross-country skiers: there are 25 kilometres of varied trails adapted to either the classic or skating style. Freeriders and backcountry skiers will find pristine mountain trails through a white winter wonderland, with panoramic views of the surrounding mountain backdrop.
Season: 12/22/2023 – 3/17/2024
Opening hours: 09:15 – 16:15
Elevation: 1700m - 2700m
Open cross-country ski trails: 0 of 12
Runs open: 0 of 3
Lifts open: 0 of 3
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    In the middle of the ski area, along the route of the off-piste run towards Lü in the Münstertal Valley, you’ll find Champatsch Alp. The alpine pasture hut, which serves food, is especially popular with many ski mountaineers, snowshoers and winter hikers since it offers wonderful views of the surrounding mountains.
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    At Val Müstair Ski Area in the Engadin’s Münstertal Valley, there are 25 km kilometres of trails awaiting passionate cross-country skiers. Cross-country enthusiasts may choose between sun-kissed options like Lü Trail, the high trail from Minschuns, or the dog track in Tschierv. Each of these trails offers a truly unique experience. The cross-country trail running from Tschierv to Fuldera, for example, runs 17 km through fir and larch forests. The 4.8-kilometre high trail in Minschuns takes cross-country skiers through a remote high-alpine forest of Swiss stone pine.

    Technical Information:
    Tschierv – Fuldera Trail

    This trail offers beautiful views of villages and houses between Tschierv and Fuldera. Parts of the trail run through fir and larch forests.
    Techniques: skating and classic
    Length: 17 km

    Minschuns Trail
    Beautiful, secluded high trail across hilly terrain with Swiss stone pine forest.
    Length: 4.8 km
    Height: 2,180 m
    Entry Point: At Minschuns Ski Area, at the base of the ski lift; follow the trail in the direction of Alp da Munt (signposted) for about 5 minutes.

    Lü Trail
    Ideal snow conditions on a sunny hillside with panoramic view
    Length: 3 km
    Height: 1,920 m
    Entry Point: above Tschierv

    Cross-country skiing in Val Müstair is subject to a fee.

    For more information about fees and the individual trails, please visit:

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    Sunny Minschuns Ski Area in eastern Switzerland is an ideal resort for a winter outing with the whole family. Here, parents can keep an eye on the kids, since all the runs at snowy Minschuns end at the same valley head. At Ski Kinderland, which is located directly at the mountain restaurant, the little ones can gather their first skiing experiences on flat terrain and easy, broad runs. The children's rope tow is clearly visible from the Alp da Munt mountain restaurant.

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