Located in Basel's pretty Margarethenpark, this large ice skating complex features two ice rinks - outdoor and indoor.
Home of Davos Hockey Club, this ice rink hosts matches and public skating sessions, along with the annual Spengler Cup invitational ice hockey tournament and ice-dancing spectacles including the popular Art on Ice.
This may not be the largest or fanciest ice rink around, but it's smack in the middle of Lausanne's cool Flon district and promises a packed programme of events from ice discos and snowballing parties to hockey ballet.
With 1,00sq m of space, this indoor freestyle base allows you to hone your skills in snowboarding, freeskiing, skating, climbing, freerunning and biking whatever the weather.
This enormous ice rink is open for the second year in Interlaken. It comprises a whopping five skate rinks of various sizes.
A popular spot, Vevey's ice rink delivers 600sq m of icy fun during the winter months.
Get set for a tidal wave of fun and, er, relaxation! Splash & Spa Tamaro has a huge amount of water-based activities on offer all year round.
Nestled in the mountains of Grindelwald, here you'll find five indoor rope and climbing courses of varying degrees of difficulty.
Explore the network of some 140 kilometers of winter trails running around the winter sports resort of Arosa Lenzerheide, where you can take a slow stroll or a long hike amidst the magnificent winter landscape.
During the winter months, Dolder Sports hosts Europe's largest open-air ice rink.
St-Luc's picturesque location on the sunny side of Val d'Anniviers (Eifischtal) means there's plenty of daylight hours to enjoy the 6km-long planet trail walk that rises from 2141m to 2513 meters above sea level and is open year-round.
This ski piste near St Moritz has four fixed areas to practise yoga on snow.
This large sports and events venue is primarily known for its trio of ice-rinks.
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