Ice Skating at the Dolder Open-Air Ice Rink
Built in 1930, the Dolder open-air ice rink is one of the largest of its kind in Europe and enthralls ice-skating enthusiasts from both home and abroad.
Built in 1930 and covering an area of over 6,000m 2 (64,500 sq. ft), the Dolder open-air ice rink is still the largest of its kind in Europe. Every year, it enthralls many families, young people and couples, who show off their skills on the ice. The ice rink, which is situated next to The Dolder Grand hotel, overlooking the city, nestles in a beautiful winter landscape. From the city, the Dolderbahn train goes up the hill, through the forest and out into a tiny, icy cosmos – with a beautiful ice rink for ice-skating, Bavarian curling, curling, snow sculptures, and occasionally even an ice disco. An unparalleled experience for one and all.
The Dolder Ice Rink near the luxury hotel, The Dolder Grand, is fantastic. Here, in a beautiful forest setting, you can do your rounds at your leisure.
|Adolescents (17 – 20)||CHF 7|
|Children (4 – 16)||CHF 5|
|Family ticket*||CHF 50|
* Admission for 2 adults with up to 4 children 16 or under, including skate hire.
October 4, 2019 – March 8, 2020
Monday to Saturday 9.00am–10.30pm
Closed on Wednesdays from 5.45pm – 7.15pm due to training sessions