The sixth smallest country in the world, tiny Liechtenstein, nestled in the Alps between Switzerland and Austria, is just 62 miles square (160 km²).
It is home to two ski resorts. The best known, Malbun, offers downhill skiing and snowboarding. Although small, it is a successful, modern and particularly family friendly resort and its location ensures reliable snow with 23km of pistes to suit all abilities.
The country’s other resort, Steg, is a major cross-country ski centre with a single drag lift and is known for staging major cross country race events each winter.
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Left to right: Cross country skiing (Source: Liechtenstein Marketing); Drinking in the view, Malbun (Source: Liechtenstein Marketing); Ice climbing at Malbun (Source: Liechtenstein Marketing); Sledging at Steg (Source: Liechtenstein Marketing)