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St. Moritz is the oldest ski station in the world and has twice hosted the Winter Olympics.

Welcome to  St. Moritz
In St. Moritz, glamour, lifestyle, sport and wild nature merge into an exclusive cocktail. International events and culinary highlights are part of the program. The density of award-winning top restaurants is unique. With six luxury hotels, St. Moritz also sets standards in the hotel industry. As the cradle of winter tourism, St. Moritz demonstrated a pioneering spirit then and now.

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Destination Info

St Moritz is located in the southern part of the Swiss Alps, near the Italian border, in the heart of the Engadine valley. It is the only town of Switzerland to have hosted the Winter Olympics and it is recognized as the birthplace of winter tourism and modern Alpine sports. The overall ski area is divided into three separate sectors, Corviglia at 3057m, Corvatsch at 3300m and Diavolezza-Lagalb at 2978m. All three areas are connected between themselves by bus and train, but not by lift or pistes, and each has their own charm and offers a completely different ski experience.

In comparison to other winter destinations, St Moritz has a more prestige vibe to it and it is no wonder why some say it is ‘the winter playground of the wealthy’. In the town center, you will find the picturesque lanes boasting with a diverse array of fashion stores and boutiques, showcasing some of the world’s best brands of clothes, jewelry etc.

Many don’t know that before St Moritz rose up to be an exclusive ski resort, it was primarily known for its healing mineral springs. The towns spa traditions have been practiced for centuries and your winter experience would not be complete without a day of pampering and relaxation at one of the many wellness establishments.

The après ski scene is definitely prominent in St Moritz and mainly revolves around socializing and extravagant indulgence. There are venues that will satisfy all needs, from homely mountain huts to sophisticated bars, and even exclusive nightclubs.

Apres Ski

One of the most genuine après ski locations in St Moritz would be the RooBar at the Hauser hotel. Located in the heart of St Moritz, the hotel boasts the largest and sunniest terrace where young and old gather to sip on mulled wine and aperitifs.

In hotel Schweizerhof you will discover the indoor bar street, with three different locations depending on your mood. At QN you can enjoy classic cocktail, selected champagne, wine as well as a selection of cigars that can be enjoyed in a cozy atmosphere that transforms into a party as the time progresses. The Muli, is a more sophisticated, chill out lounge where you can end your evening in a relaxed manner. The Stubli bar has a fun atmosphere to it and there is almost always something going on.

Arguably one of the most famous nightclubs in town, Kings Club gives you the opportunity to dance the night away, listening to world class DJ sets and socializing with international jet setters.

The other nightclub worth mentioning is the Dracula Club, situated within the premises of the glamorous five-star Kulm Hotel.

For a taste of traditional Swiss cuisine, the Chesa al Park restaurant situated in hotel Kulm will be a pleasure for your taste buds. A concept restaurant declined into two versions, the Balthazar serves traditional cuisine whilst the Balthazar Downtown offers quality Mediterranean seafood.


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St. Moritz Ski Terrain – Beginners

Although St Moritz is generally preferred by expert skiers for its varied terrain, there are many beginner areas that novices will surely enjoy. Celerina is a good area for children as there are many ski schools to start you off and quite a few beginners’ slopes at valley level. Other good areas that first timers should stick to are the ones in Corviglia, Salastrains, Marguns while the valley runs to St Moritz are also manageable.

St. Moritz Ski Terrain – Intermediates

With the majority of the runs being red, St Moritz offers a great range for a skier of intermediate level. The main slopes in Corviglia are generally preferred by those who are still building experience, renowned for having excellent grooming capabilities. The more advanced intermediates will appreciate Corvatsch, which is the highest peak of Engadin that can be reached by cable car. That being said, the magnetizing alpine scenery, excellent snow conditions and steeper, more challenging terrain makes it a favorite.

St. Moritz Ski Terrain – Experts

Given that St Moritz extends over three different ski areas, experienced skiers will enjoy the many challenging slopes dotted around each sector. Diavolezza has some pretty steep black runs, with Lagalb being known as one of the most challenging descend in the whole of Engadin. There are also some worthwhile, demanding routes in Piz Nar and Corvatsch. For the true adrenaline junkies, heli skiing is available on Fuorcla Chamoutsch.

St. Moritz - Snowboarders

At the top of the Marguns-Corviglia chairlift, is the well-maintained Corviglia Snow park, which is full of different features and will please snowboarders of all levels. The park is perfectly designed and features a wide range of rails and boxes, kicks, a corner and hits of all sizes. There is another snow park in Corvatsch, fully equipped with various lines for all levels. There are smaller, easier jumps for kids and beginners, as well as jumps only the pros could handle. The park has a chill-out area to relax between breaks and a BagJump –perfect for practicing and perfecting your moves with the guarantee of a safe landing.



Verbier 4 Vallées

Elevation between 1500 m and 3330 m. / Resort height: 1500 m

■ 412 km of slopes

■ 82 lifts

■ 24 blue pistes

■ 39 red pistes

■ 10 black pistes

Day ski pass , St.Moritz , winter 2022-2023

Adult: Chf 87

Youth: Chf 57

Child : Chf  29

Nearest airports:

■ Zurich: 213km / ~2.45h

■ Milan (Malpensa airport): 187km / ~2h50m


Towns worth visiting:

■ Pontresina

■ Lugano


■ Segantini museum

■ St Moritz lake

■ Engadin museum

■ Olympic bob run


■ Skiing / Alpine skiing/ Night skiing

■ Cross country skiing

■ Snowboarding

■ Heli skiing and sightseeing

■ Paragliding

■ Kite skiing

■ Snowshoeing

■ Ice and rock climbing

■ Sledding / tobogganing

■ Snowmobile

■ Wellness & spa

■ Snow polo