St Moritz

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St Moritz

St Moritz is located in the Engadin valley, a chic and cosmopolitan ski resort that boasts an abundant amount of sunshine each year and offers powder under your feet the whole day long!  This village is well known for many years as a health resort and a host to fabulous annual international events such as the White Turf Racing on the frozen lake and the Cartier Polo World Cup.  This lively ski resort has plenty of bars and restaurants, fantastic for après-ski and exclusive boutique shopping.  The region can claim 350 km of runs with 60 lifts over four mountains making this suitable for all skiers and boarders.  Thanks to the altitude of between 1800 and 3303 metres above sea level, snow is always very reliable.

Corvatsch is an area located 7 kilometres from St Moritz.  There are lifts from here to access the main ski area of St. Moritz.  A great value option for skiing in this area, offering night skiing every Friday as well.  With Corvatsch summit at an altitude of 3303 metres above sea level, it is the highest mountain top station of the Eastern Alps.  Winter sport enthusiasts are welcomed by 120 kilometres of groomed ski pistes, Switzerland’s longest illuminated night piste (4.2km) and a great snow park.  Relax in one of the ten mountain restaurants and enjoy the unique panorama views.

Gateway City             Zurich 210km

Why St Moritz

  • The resort experiences an average of 300 days of sunshine per year.
  • More suited to the intermediate and advance skier or boarder
  • St Moritz has hosted the Olympic Winter games in 1928 and 1948
  • You have an opportunity to experience the Olympia Bob Run which is the oldest bobsleigh run in the world.

St Moritz Mountain Statistics

Summit 3303m
Base 1856m
Vertical 1447m
Lifts 56
Runs 350km
Average Snowfall 750cm
Beginner 10%
Intermediate 70%
Advanced 20%