St Moritz Ski Resorts & Holidays


St. Moritz offers 350kms of piste which are all well connected by train and bus (included in the lift pass). There are two areas, St. Moritz Dorf, the sophisticated town with its fashionable shops and the quieter St. Moritz Bad, located next to the spectacular frozen lake.

Beginners (2 out of 5)

Take the lift up to the Corviglia area which has nursery slopes and some wide open pistes. Celerina also has good nursery slopes in the village.

Intermediates (4 out of 5)

The Corviglia and Piz Nair area offers 95kms of long cruising runs and a variety of runs back to the resort. Try the Hahnensee run from the Corvatsch back to St. Moritz Bad which is 8km long descending 900m, or the 8km run back from Piz Nair to Celerina.

Advanced (4 out of 5)

Lagalb and Diavolezza have the most punishing pistes particularly the Lagalb run which is non-stop moguls. There are tough off-piste runs from the Piz Nair and the Corvatsch.

Snowboarding (4 out of 5)

The huge variety will keep the freeriders amongst you happy, try the area around Piz Nair to get you going and the slopes of Corvalgia to lay some turns. Freestylers will not have to look very far, St. Moritz has a pipe and there are plenty of kickers both natural and man made to keep you amused.

Approx Transfer Time Zurich 4 hrs by train. Village Height 3,303m (11,322ft) Highest Lift 3,303m (11,322ft)

Apres Ski

There are some excellent bars and restaurants including the popular Roo bar at Hotel Hauser and Cascade.


Swimming - Tennis - Squash courts - Curling - Health Spa - Cresta ice shuttle

Eating Out

A vast choice of excellent restaurants including Badrutt's Palace, Kulm Hotel, Steffani's and the Cascade.

Other Amenities

Cinema - Casino - Sleigh rides - Museums - 150 km cleared paths & trails - Cricket, polo and horse racing on the frozen lake (Jan & Feb).

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