Ski Resort & Snowparks

Snowboarder jumped over kicker in front of ski lift

LAAX is the largest connected ski area in Graubünden. 4 snow parks, 224 kilometres of pistes and numerous freeride possibilities await you. 28 lifts take you to your favourite slopes and over 30 mountain restaurants.

Bike Trails

Two mountain bikers on a bike trail

There is something for everyone on the countless trails and bike routes in Flims and LAAX. The 7.6 km Runca Trail offers an absolute flow experience, while the rocky Never-End Trail with jumps and Northshore elements is ideal for more advanced bikers. Then there is the Nagens enduro trail, the first in the world to be built using 100% renewable energy.

Freestyle Academy

Skateboarder on a half pipe

Reopening: July 2024. Just a few steps from the hotel, the LAAX Freestyle Academy offers children and young people the unique opportunity to learn everything to do with freestyle sports all year round.

Rocksresort Park

Skateboarder jumps over an obstacle

Where the ski slope ends in winter, the Rocksresort Park delights not only the youngest visitors in summer with a skate bowl, mini ramp, trampolines and a unique surf wave, but also the whole family. Admission to the rocksresort park is free of charge for guests of the Riders Hotel.

Nature & Lakes

Lake Cresta with snow

The picturesque lake landscape of Flims LAAX Falera is unique and always worth a detour. Whether a jump into the crystal-clear water of a mountain lake, the breathtaking view of the Rhine Gorge, a hike to the great waterfall of the UNESCO World Heritage Site Sardona on the Segnesboden or a cold glacier bath on Alp Mora.

Senda dil Dragun

Treetop path surrounded by trees

The entrance to the Senda dil Dragun tree-top walk is just a few metres from the hotel. The wooden footbridge takes you to LAAX village, always at eye level with the trees and surrounded by impressive nature. Visitors can learn interesting facts about the flora and fauna and for the little ones there is a 73m long slide at the LAAX Murschetg tower at the valley station.