Ski Sedrun

Family Skiing

Sedrun is a superb resort for families and beginners, there is also excellent terrain for experts such as the Funpark Tegia Gronda which includes half pipe, rails and various kickers. Sedrun is also part of the Gottard Oberalp Arena which links the resort to the nearby ski area of Andermatt creating 140 km of pistes - one pass covers both areas.

Ski Sedrun

Altitude: 1450 - 2963 m
125 km of pistes: Black pistes 40 km / Red pistes 57 km / Blue pistes 28 km
High season: Mid-December - Mid-April
Low season: November - Mid-December

To and from EuroAirport / Sedrun ski resort

Ski Sedrun. Easy access from UK via EuroAirport.

Travel time

Conveniently by train from EuroAirport to Sedrun

Fast and easily by car from EuroAirport to Sedrun  2h20

Public Transport to Sedrun

A shuttle service operates between EuroAirport and the main train station in Basel, from where you have easy access and convenient connections to your ski resort. The shuttle bus can be booked together with your train ticket to Sedrun via the opposite booking interface.


Train timetable

From: Basel, EuroAirport
To: Sedrun
Time: Departure
Traffic Information
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