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St. Moritz
Via Albula/Bernina
Via Albula/Bernina
Stage 6, Spinas–St. Moritz
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Via Albula/Bernina
Via Albula/Bernina
Stage 7, St. Moritz–Ospizio Bernina
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Senda Segantini
Senda Segantini
Stage 3, Maloja–Pontresina
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Via Engiadina
Via Engiadina
Stage 2, Silvaplana–Alp Suvretta–Corviglia–Marguns–Celerina, Marguns
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Alpine Passes Trail
Alpine Passes Trail
Stage 1, St. Moritz, Corviglia–Fcla. Schlattain–Fcla. Suvretta–Jenatschhütte SAC
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Senda Muottas da Schlarigna
Senda Muottas da Schlarigna
Route 804, Pontresina–St. Moritz (Bad)
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St. Moritz
Inn-Radweg
Inn-Radweg
Stage 1, Maloja–La Punt
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St. Moritz
Alpine Bike
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Suvretta Loop
Padella-Corviglia-Panoramatour
Bernina Express
St. Moritz
St. Moritz

St. Moritz

St. Moritz in the Canton of Grisons is one of the best-known holiday resorts in the world. Chic, elegant and exclusive, with an extremely cosmopolitan air the resort is located at an altitude of 1856 metres above sea level and surrounded by the lakescape of the Upper Engadine. Sparkle and glamour and international events attract top athletes, stars, statesmen and royal families to the health resort.
In St. Moritz the sun shines 322 days a year. But even more legendary than that is St. Moritz's "champagne climate": sparkle and glamour, and international events attract top athletes, stars, statesmen and royal families to the health resort. And hotels, the gastronomy, shopping and leisure facilities in this top Upper Engadine resort are accordingly exclusive.

A visitor's card that is a travel pass for mountain transport facilities and buses, a parking disc and a credit card all in one while also entitling its holder to a great many discounts, is the perfect key for visitors to benefit from the countless opportunities on offer in the Upper Engadine.

The red trains of the Rhaetian Railway swiftly transport St. Moritz's visitors to the surrounding attractions: the ski regions of Diavolezza and Lagalb, the National Park in the Lower Engadine, by Bernina Express to the Mediterranean Puschlav and by world-famous Glacier Express to Chur and from there further to the Valais.

Summer

In addition to indulging in traditional sports, such as hiking and climbing, holiday-makers can enjoy a spot of sailing, windsurfing, a rubber dinghy ride on the River Inn, tennis and horseback riding. And St. Moritz with a total of five golf courses and 60 holes is an absolute golfer's paradise in the Alps. St. Moritz boasts a wide range of leisure options, but its strongest feature is the beauty of the Upper Engadine's scenery.

Winter

St. Moritz is the cradle of winter tourism. For winter sports enthusiasts there are 350 kilometres of pistes with a state-of-the-art infrastructure in the surrounding area. St. Moritz's 'house mountain', the Corviglia, boasts the steepest start slope in Switzerland with the Piz Nair Wall's 100 per cent vertiginous drop. The resort which has hosted the Olympic Winter Games twice offers a great many attractions. Toboggan riders plunge down the icy run which is one of the oldest natural ice bob runs in the world. The Fun Park for snowboarders featuring a permanently operational half-pipe, tandem parachute jumps and altitude training are just a few of the other winter sports on offer. For winter hikers there are 150 km of winter walking trails and for cross-country skiers there is a track network of about 180 km.

Highlights

  • Corvatsch - the hiking trails on the Corvatsch run past mountain lakes and Alpine pastures from Murtèl to Furtschellas. The Glacier Grotto at the summit station tempts in visitors.
  • Segantini Museum - dedicated to the painter Giovanni Segantini who spent the final five years of his life in the Engadine.
  • Bernina Express - by panorama train on the most scenic railway in Europe to the Puschlav.
  • Muottas Muragl - impressive view over the lake region of the Upper Engadine. In winter by toboggan from the summit to the valley station.
  • Piz Nair Wall - the start of the men's downhill (2003 World Championship) with a 100 per cent drop results in an acceleration from 0 to 130km/h in 7 seconds. Top skiing skills are a must.
  • Swiss National Park - measuring 172 square kilometres, this is Switzerland's biggest nature reserve, a place where nature is allowed to take its course unrestricted.
St. Moritz in the Canton of Grisons is one of the best-known holiday resorts in the world. Chic, elegant and exclusive, with an extremely cosmopolitan air the resort is located at an altitude of 1856 metres above sea level and surrounded by the lakescape of the Upper Engadine. Sparkle and glamour and international events attract top athletes, stars, statesmen and royal families to the health resort.
In St. Moritz the sun shines 322 days a year. But even more legendary than that is St. Moritz's "champagne climate": sparkle and glamour, and international events attract top athletes, stars, statesmen and royal families to the health resort. And hotels, the gastronomy, shopping and leisure facilities in this top Upper Engadine resort are accordingly exclusive.

A visitor's card that is a travel pass for mountain transport facilities and buses, a parking disc and a credit card all in one while also entitling its holder to a great many discounts, is the perfect key for visitors to benefit from the countless opportunities on offer in the Upper Engadine.

The red trains of the Rhaetian Railway swiftly transport St. Moritz's visitors to the surrounding attractions: the ski regions of Diavolezza and Lagalb, the National Park in the Lower Engadine, by Bernina Express to the Mediterranean Puschlav and by world-famous Glacier Express to Chur and from there further to the Valais.

Summer

In addition to indulging in traditional sports, such as hiking and climbing, holiday-makers can enjoy a spot of sailing, windsurfing, a rubber dinghy ride on the River Inn, tennis and horseback riding. And St. Moritz with a total of five golf courses and 60 holes is an absolute golfer's paradise in the Alps. St. Moritz boasts a wide range of leisure options, but its strongest feature is the beauty of the Upper Engadine's scenery.

Winter

St. Moritz is the cradle of winter tourism. For winter sports enthusiasts there are 350 kilometres of pistes with a state-of-the-art infrastructure in the surrounding area. St. Moritz's 'house mountain', the Corviglia, boasts the steepest start slope in Switzerland with the Piz Nair Wall's 100 per cent vertiginous drop. The resort which has hosted the Olympic Winter Games twice offers a great many attractions. Toboggan riders plunge down the icy run which is one of the oldest natural ice bob runs in the world. The Fun Park for snowboarders featuring a permanently operational half-pipe, tandem parachute jumps and altitude training are just a few of the other winter sports on offer. For winter hikers there are 150 km of winter walking trails and for cross-country skiers there is a track network of about 180 km.

Highlights

  • Corvatsch - the hiking trails on the Corvatsch run past mountain lakes and Alpine pastures from Murtèl to Furtschellas. The Glacier Grotto at the summit station tempts in visitors.
  • Segantini Museum - dedicated to the painter Giovanni Segantini who spent the final five years of his life in the Engadine.
  • Bernina Express - by panorama train on the most scenic railway in Europe to the Puschlav.
  • Muottas Muragl - impressive view over the lake region of the Upper Engadine. In winter by toboggan from the summit to the valley station.
  • Piz Nair Wall - the start of the men's downhill (2003 World Championship) with a 100 per cent drop results in an acceleration from 0 to 130km/h in 7 seconds. Top skiing skills are a must.
  • Swiss National Park - measuring 172 square kilometres, this is Switzerland's biggest nature reserve, a place where nature is allowed to take its course unrestricted.

Arrival and return St. Moritz

Adresse

St. Moritz Tourist Information
Via Maistra 12
7500 St. Moritz
Tel. +41 (0) 81 837 33 33
stmoritz@estm.ch
www.engadin.stmoritz.ch/stmoritz

Services

Accommodation

Berghotel Randolins und Hostel by Randolins
Berghotel Randolins und Hostel by Randolins
St. Moritz
Hotel Corvatsch
Hotel Corvatsch
St. Moritz
Hotel San Gian
Hotel San Gian
St.Moritz
Hotel Schweizerhof
Hotel Schweizerhof
St. Moritz
Hotel Sonne
Hotel Sonne
St. Moritz
Jugendherberge St. Moritz
Jugendherberge St. Moritz
St. Moritz Bad
TCS Camping St. Moritz
TCS Camping St. Moritz
St. Moritz
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Places of interest

Corviglia Flowtrail Freeride 696
Corviglia Flowtrail Freeride 696
Segantini Museum
Segantini Museum
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Hiking in

St. Moritz
Via Albula/Bernina
Via Albula/Bernina
Stage 6, Spinas–St. Moritz
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Via Albula/Bernina
Via Albula/Bernina
Stage 7, St. Moritz–Ospizio Bernina
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Senda Segantini
Senda Segantini
Stage 3, Maloja–Pontresina
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Via Engiadina
Via Engiadina
Stage 2, Silvaplana–Alp Suvretta–Corviglia–Marguns–Celerina, Marguns
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Alpine Passes Trail
Alpine Passes Trail
Stage 1, St. Moritz, Corviglia–Fcla. Schlattain–Fcla. Suvretta–Jenatschhütte SAC
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Senda Muottas da Schlarigna
Senda Muottas da Schlarigna
Route 804, Pontresina–St. Moritz (Bad)
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Cycling in

St. Moritz
Inn-Radweg
Inn-Radweg
Stage 1, Maloja–La Punt
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Mountain biking in

St. Moritz
Alpine Bike
Alpine Bike
Suvretta Loop
Padella-Corviglia-Panoramatour
Bernina Express