Chäserrugg is an easy to reach mountain in the Toggenburg, a beautiful valley in the canton of St. Gallen. From a height of 2,262m you're afforded great views of the Grison Alps and Lake Walensee and on a perfectly clear day you can see as many as six different countries from here. The top station is an impressive wood construction by renowned Swiss architects Herzog & de Meuron and it features a restaurant. A good destination for kids as well as experienced skiers, Chäserrugg is part of the Toggenburg ski area with 17 lifts in all. By car it's a little over two hours from Lucerne, but public transport will get you to the beginning of the cable car in Unterwasser in around 2.5hours. Mount Chäserrugg is also a good option if you don't ski as there are sledge runs and marked walking paths.
Runs from end of November on the weekend, daily from Dec 22, 2018 (in good snow conditions only).