In the region of Lucerne, located at the Lake Lucerne in Switzerland, you will find 21 impressive and beautiful ski resorts. With 500 kilometers of pistes, 40 kilometers of perfectly groomed cross-country trails alone in Andermatt, and a 12 km long run over 2,000 meters in Titlis, the region impresses countless visitors each year. Freestylers will be especially pleased with the fact that almost every ski area has its own snow park. The freeriders and off-piste skiers rejoice over the snow guarantee. Glistening slopes and fresh powder snow, also on the runs through the woods, can be found in the Skiarena Andermatt-Sedrun. Cross-country skiers as well as experienced professionals will find 247 km of cross-country trails for skate or classic style skiing in the region of Lucerne. In Engelberg-Titles, skitourers feel particularly at ease. The places Fürenalp, Bannalp and Brunni are ideal to start a ski tour. Moreover, you will find the highest suspension bridge of Europe, the TITLIS-Cliff-Walk, here. Numerous winter sports activities at the highest level you can also find in the other ski areas in the region, such as Mörlialp, Rothenthurm – Neusell, Langis-Glaubenberg, Sattel-Hochstuckli and Marbachegg Mythenregion, Hoch-Ybrig, Sörenberg, Melchsee-Frutt and Stoos.