Webcam in Bad Ragaz2EE6AF75-1026-4F89-96C5-773BFA439AB4
Where is Bad Ragaz?
Bad Ragaz is part of the eastern Swiss canton of St. Gallen and is located in the St. Gallen Rhine Valley between Sargans and Chur at an elevation of 516m. It covers an area of 25,37km² and is home to 5874 people.
What's the weather like in Bad Ragaz?
Pizol Ski Resort, comprising the mountain station Laufböden and Furt – Wangs, was founded in 1953 and has since then been a popular destination for winter sports enthusiasts. In summer, the weather can be mild and mountaineers will enjoy some sunny hours on the top the mountains. Bad Ragaz is also part of Heidiland Holiday Region, offering tourists a varied holiday programme. Check out our live webcam for the current weather in Bad Ragaz as well as the forecast for today, tomorrow or the weekend.
What's going on in the winter in Bad Ragaz?
Bad Ragaz has a lot to offer for winter sports enthusiasts, such as the new gondola up Pardiel mid-station at 1633 m; there you can take the 4-person chairlift to Laufböden mountain station at 2226 m. The ski resorts features 12 lifts, 40km of ski pistes, one winter sports school, night skiing is possible every Friday. Besides skiing and snowboarding on ski trails, the region offers loads of activities, such as cross-country skiing, ski touring, tobogganing or snowshoe hiking along marked routes.
What to do in the summer in Bad Ragaz?
In summer, golfers find ideal conditions in Bad Ragaz, boasting two golf courses. Mountain bikers and hikers will be thrilled by Pizol Mountain or the beauty of the Rhine Valley. A classic hiking route is the five-lake hike on Pizol Mountain, leading past clear mountain lakes and through the fantastic world of the Swiss Alps. Nordic walkers find well marked trails at Pizol. Enjoy some relaxing days at Tamina Spa open from April 28 to October 21, 2018. Do not miss to visit nearby Liechtenstein, Sargans Castle, Chur, St. Gallen and Lake Constance.
What to do in Bad Ragaz?
The Spa Resort of Bad Ragaz looks back on a long tradition. In Tamina gorge 37°C curative waters springs from the mountain. In 1840 the spring water was directed to the village and Bad Ragaz has since then become a renowned spa destination. Today, there are many top hotels, such as “Grand Hotel Quellenhof & Spa Suites”, nine time winner of the ‘best wellness hotel’ in Switzerland.