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We have all tried it. The never-ending discussion in the ski lift about where the longest ski run (slopes) exists? And how is “the longest run” measured?
Now publishes the final top 10 list of the longest ski runs in Europe, and a final explanation of how they are measured.

All skiers and snowboaders know that one of the best things in the world is a good long ski run. Building up speed without worrying, and just cruising without thinking about which lift you should take next.  But where in Europe is the longest ski run?

What are the world’s longest ski runs? Is it measured by the length in kilometer /mile, or by vertical drop? Is off-piste included? And is okay that you have to catch a lift to join the last bit of the run?
If not can answer this, who can? So let’s make it clear once and for all:

1. It is measured in length.
2. Off-piste is not included. 
3. You must be able to drive from top to bottom without taking a any kind of lifts.

We have made officiel top 10 list of the the longest ski runs at the european ski resorts.

Top 10 list of longest ski runs in Europe



1. Zermatt – Matterhorn -16 km

Klein Matterhorn – Zermatt (Nos. 85, 84, 81, 73, 66, 64, 62, 50)
Elevation: 2279 m
The slopes leads from the Klein Matterhorn over the Theodul Glacier, the Trockenen Steg, Furgg and Furi to Zermatt.

2. Les Deux alpes – 16 km

Dôme de la Lauze-Mont de Lans (Les Deux Alpes)
Elevation difference 2280 m
From the highest point in the ski resort on the glacier down to Mont de Lans, the lowest point


3. Alpe d’Huez – 16 km

La Sarenne (Pic Blanc – Auris En Oisans)
Elevation: 1730 m
The “La Sareene” black run leads from the peak of Pic Blanc through the Gorges de Sarenne down to the valley. Steep slopes and moguls alternate with gently sloping ski paths and offer unique views of the wonderful mountain landscape.

4. Bansko – 16 km

Elevation: 1570 m

5. Schilthorn-Mürren-​Lauterbrunnen – 15,8 km

Elevation: 2000 m
Since 1928, the largest amateur ski race has been taking place on the Schilthorn. The Inferno-Race course begins slightly below the Schilthorn and leads to Lauterbrunnen in the valley. The very challenging course can also be skied when the race is not taking place, however, you must walk up through the woods near the Maulerhubel lift.

6. Sölden – 15 km

Glacier-Sölden Nos. 32, 35, 33, 30, 7a, 9
Elevation: 1970 m
From the Schwarze Schneide BIG3 Platform to the Gaislachkogl base station. The vertical difference is almost 2000 m, which is unique in Austria.

7. Obersaxen-​Mundaun-​Val Lumnezia – 15 km

Les Cascades
Elevation: 1700 m
The easy run leads from Flaine to Sixt.



You can also find more inspiration on Ridestore Magazine’s article TOP 100 BEST SKI RESORTS IN EUROPE

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