Win a ski holiday to LAAX in Graubünden, Switzerland's number one holiday destination

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Graubünden: Switzerland’s number one holiday destination

With more than 40 ski areas and a breathtaking backdrop of snow-capped peaks, the Graubünden region offers unparalleled opportunities for fun and relaxation. Ski and snowboarding fans are sure to experience a perfect winter sports holiday.

As a snowsports fan, you'll undoubtedly have heard of some of their resorts, namely Davos Klosters and St. Moritz. However, did you know that Graubünden is about to create one of the largest linked ski areas in Switzerland?  A new lift link from Lenzerheide to Arosa will create 225kms of linked runs opening from December 2013. Not forgetting Flims Laax, known simply as LAAX, partner for this amazing competition.

Win a ski holiday to LAAX, Graubünden

Laax is Graubünden's hidden gem, perfectly suited to all winter sports enthusiasts – from families and couples to snowboarders and free-riders. Eighty percent of the slopes are situated between 2,000m to 3,000m, giving the resort an excellent snow record. The lift system is high-tech, linking all 235 km of pistes, and there is a great range of inviting mountain restaurants and après-ski.

LAAX and SWISS International Air Lines are offering a four-night winter break to LAAX for two, including accommodation at the four-star signinahotel, flights to Zurich and three-day lift passes.

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Experience something new this winter season with Iglu Ski...

Experiencing a ski holiday in Graubünden just got easy. Hotels throughout Graubünden's ski resorts are now bookable through Iglu Ski, the UK's largest independent retailer of ski holidays.

Graubünden resorts include:  Arosa, Davos, Flims Laax, Klosters, Lenzerheide, Samnaun, Savognin, Scuol and St. Moritz.

Book your ski holiday to Graubünden with Iglu Ski - click here to find out more.

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