The Swiss ski resort of Lenzerheide once again hosted the World Cup Finals and the last races of the season proved as exciting as they could possibly be, with only three out of the 10 season titles having been already secured before the last races.
Lenzerheide is a mountain resort in the canton of Graubünden. The village lies at the foot of the Parpaner Rothorn in a broadened section of the valley between the cantonal capital Chur to the north and Tiefencastel, beyond which are the Julier Pass and St Moritz.
Lenzerheide is popular as skiing resort. The skiing area, managed by the Lenzerheide Bergbahnen AG, includes two sides of a valley with 34 modern ski lifts and 155 km (74 Blue, 62 Red and 19 Black pistes) of prepared slopes at a snow-reliable 1230 m to 2865 m above sea level .