Ski season 2014/15 is over – summary

Spring is in its full bloom and ski season has come to an end. With Easter gone by, most of the ski resorts have shut down their lifts and closed their slopes. Looking back, I’ve spent some great time at skis this season.

Here are some impressions from my trips:

Lauberhorn ski slope (Jungfrau Region)

Sunny day (Melchsee Frutt)

Glacier skiing (Flims-Laax-Falera)

Sunny view to Eiger, Mönch, Lauberhorn & Jungfrau from Männlichen (Jungfrau Region)

Snowy day (Meiringen Hasliberg)

Sunny morning at Flims (Flims-Laax-Falera)

Männlichen slopes (Jungfrau Region)

Warming up at Vogelbüel piste (Melchsee Frutt)

Mürren ski area (Jungfrau Region)

Lunch stop impression (Meiringen-Hasliberg)

Slopes & lifts (Flims Laax Falera)

View from Schilthorn (Jungfrau Region)

Funky decoration at Erzergg restaurant (Melchsee-Frutt)

Views from Männlichen (Jungfrau Region)

Vorab Glacier (Flims Laax Falera)


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18 thoughts on “Ski season 2014/15 is over – summary

  1. densington says:

    Those pictures look really nice. I bought a new snowboard this year but wasn’t able to go skiing even once. There is always a next season, right? 😉 And it’s nice to see that you had some fun on the Swiss ski slopes, this year 🙂

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    • Urska says:

      Thank you! I think pictures cannot capture all the beauty of those ski areas, but you can still get the sense of how beautiful those places are. 🙂
      I haven’t ski as much I used to in previous seasons too. But as you said, there is always next season. 🙂 What’s your favourite place to ski in Switzerland?


      • densington says:

        This is so true! I have to say, I love Lenzerheide. I go there every year with my friends. It’s really great for skiing. Zermatt is wonderful too…a bit expensive though 🙂 For day-trips from Luzern I often go to Stoos or Melchsee-Frutt. But Lenzerheide is definitely my favourite place to ski in Switzerland 🙂

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  2. realplacespeoplestories says:

    I love to ski! This season I have not been able to ski even one time, due to that I now live in Bolivia. But soon moving back to Norway, I am sure next season will be better.
    Seems like you did some serious skiing though 🙂 I love you pictures 🙂 Makes me think about many great mamories, and wanting to ski again!

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    • Urska says:

      Thank you! 🙂
      I love skiing too! I’ve collected some time at ski slopes this year, yes – side effect of living so close to so many great ski areas, I guess. 🙂 I’m sure you’ll catch up skiing in next season! Where do you usually go skiing when in Norway?


      • realplacespeoplestories says:

        Yes, it is really great to have these facilities close.
        We have a cabin at Hovden, so that is where I usually ski. But I have also been to the Alps a few times, and that is much more impressive 😉

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  3. danielakerman says:

    Fantastic! Love it. I did 28 days this year, but I am a super committed skier. Call myself Ski Traveler (I love to ski and I love to travel!) and I am on global skiing mission. Currently I am at 96 ski resorts in 15 countries!

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    • Urska says:

      You are one true ski enthusiast! 🙂 👍
      Wengen is great, I agree. Though I prefer to start day-trip from Grindelwald as it is easier accessible by car.


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