Chur, the oldest city in Switzerland, offers beautiful streets, sights, culinary and cultural stops, as well as the Brambrüesch-Dreibündenstein ski area in their backyard with ski lifts in the city. Carve slopes during the day and spend your evenings in a real city away from the regular holiday-goers you usually meet in ski resorts. This helpful guide will provide essential information and tips on the Chur ski resort as well as guidance in booking your transfer.
Chur is the largest city in the Graubünden canton in eastern Switzerland, sometimes called “the gateway to Alps”. With a 5000 year history, Chur has enough to explore for everyone. Close to some of the most popular Swiss ski resorts while still remaining relatively uncrowded, Chur provides access to great skiing facilities without annoyingly long waiting times.
Choose one of the closest airports if you’re planning to fly to Chur:
Château-d'Oex is easily reachable by train as there is a train station in town. From the station, further transfers to your final destination can be arranged.
The transfer times indicated are approximate only. Weather and traffic conditions can significantly impact transfer times:
In order to ensure the lowest possible price for your transfer, all prices are calculated using a flexible formula. Alps2Alps pricing policy is designed to keep our fares uniquely affordable at all times. Even if you plan to visit Chur during high season, we still guarantee the lowest prices on all our services.
Other price-forming factors may include:
The aforementioned criteria will only ever result in our transfer base-rate – we never over-inflate our quotes at any time or for any reason. Unlike others, we take into consideration as many factors as possible to minimize our pricing whenever possible. Booking in advance is recommended if you wish to access the very best deals and discounts. We also offer substantial discounts for off-peak, off-season and midweek transfers to Chur. If looking for the biggest savings, traveling midweek or outside peak season typically results in the best possible deals. We offer midweek (Monday to Friday) prices with up to 60% discount in comparison to weekend prices.
Transfer fee can also depend on vehicle availability, transfer schedule, vehicle utilization and other possible expenses like road tolls and airport parking charges.
If you have any specific requirements or plan to travel as part of a larger group, please contact us directly so we can discuss your needs.
Chur season opening dates are subject to snow conditions:
Season opens – 1st December 2018
Season closes – 7th April 2019
The ski resort Brambrüesch/Dreibündenste, situated at an altitude of 1170 m to 2176 m above sea level, offers skiing and snowboarding on 20km of slopes served by 5 lifts. Natural snow and wide slopes give plenty of room for visitors looking for pleasant descents.
The Chur ski area is ideal for families, beginners and intermediates who enjoy skiing a smaller, less crowded ski area with quiet open slopes. The Ski and Snowboard School of Chur offers different courses suitable to all ages and skill levels. Consider booking a private ski instructor, if the whole family is learning or want to improve their skills together. Additional opportunities for fun in the snow include hiking paths and an impressive 6 km long toboggan run.
If you’re planning a trip to Chur, these useful links will help you prepare:
Get your ski holiday off the ground with a little help from Alps2Alps. We’re proud to provide the most reliable, affordable and enjoyable ski holiday transfers for our clients, all throughout the winter season. Head out to Chur with us and enjoy:
If you’re seeking the best possible deal on your resort transfers to and from Chur, be sure to book in advance. Don’t hesitate and get in touch with the Alps2Alps customer service team if you’re unable to find the service or destination you’re looking for on our website.
Getting around during the holidays shouldn’t be a burden. Choose Alps2Alps for your ski resort transfers, sit back and unwind the moment you step on board!