St Moritz is known for its cosmopolitan ambiance, located in the middle of the upper Engadine Valley at 1,856 meters above sea level. The bubbly "champagne atmosphere" is as legendary as the famous Snow Polo World Cup and St. Moritz sun, which shines on an average of 322 days a year! Read more

Relax in your St Moritz luxury ski chalet then take a trip to the frozen lake; not only does it host the snow polo but the horse-racing on ice, ice-golf and cricket also; plus the area is a haven for walkers and cross-country skiers. There are half a dozen distinct ski areas (Corviglia, Corvatsch, Furtschellas, Diavolezza, Lagalb and Alp Languard) totalling 350 km of varied terrain, not to forget the infamous Cresta Run.


Engadine Valley


1,856 m

Highest Peak

Piz Bernina - 4,049 m

Ski Terrain

The Engadine Valley ski area consists of 350km of groomed piste.

Number of runs in the full area;
18 Blue runs
61 Red runs
9 Black runs

Cross Country: 200 km total, of which: 188km classic & 190km skating

Closest Airport

Zurich 3 hours, Milan 3 hours & Munich 4 hours
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