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Ski Region Malbun, Malbun
(4/5 based on 55+ reviews on the web)
Ski and snowboard at --a modern, family-friendly, winter-sports resort. The resort offers 23 km (14 mi) of ski runs for beginners and experienced skiers, plus three modern chairlifts, including one with heated seats and a retractable cover. Take a two-man drag lift to climb to an altitude of 2,000 m (6,562 ft) above sea level. The Malbi Park Kinderland provides a place for children to take their first turns on snow. The resort, which also has a handful of hotels, is reasonably priced and is rarely crowded. The Swiss Tourist Board recognized its qualities with the Families Welcome award. Take a look at our Malbun travel itinerary planner to schedule your visit to Ski Region Malbun and learn about what else to see and do during your holiday.
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  • A very nice ride with the chairlift. Top you expect beautiful views, nice restaurant and great hiking trails
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  • We passed through the village of Malbun during a trip to Austria and Liechtenstein and it was a very pleasant discovery. The village is in a Valley flooded and with a ski lift you can get up on top of the peak where you can catch a few walks of media and easy fix. Since the arrival of the cable car, in particular, part a narrow 45 minutes approximately 3.5 km that leads directly into the village. Very very nice
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  • In Lichtenstein for national day (15 August) - and took part of an afternoon waking around Malbun and taking in the gorgeous mountain views. Picturesque alpine locale that should absolutely part of an...  more »