St Moritz ski resort is located at the heart of the upper Engadin Valley, Switzerland. It was the first and, 150 years since its inception, remains one of the most famous and ski resorts in the world, boasting a myriad of on and off-snow activities.
St Moritz ski resort incorporates five ski areas: Lagalb, Diavolezza, Corvatsch, Furtschellas and Corviglia - and they offer 350km of terrain with 54 lifts. St Moritz ski resort recently replaced older T-bars with high-speed chairlifts, further improving the uphill capacity. St Moritz was host to the 1928 and 1948 Winter Olympic Games and continues to host a variety of international events from FIS World Cup Alpine events through to the Nordic championships.
St Moritz ski resort best suits intermediate skiers and snowboarders. But with 350km of skiing there is still plenty of terrain for beginners and expert skiers. The terrain breakdown is approximately 20% beginner trails, 70% intermediate and 10% for expert skiers and snowboarders.
The most accessible St. Moritz skiing can be found at the Corviglia and Corvatsch areas, which are the closest in proximity to Bad village. Experts find that there are plenty of thrilling challenges spread out over the area’s vast expanse. The black runs at Diavolezza and Lagalb are probably the most challenging. Plus, there’s plenty of off-piste skiing that stays untracked for days. Those looking to earn their turns should hire a guide and explore Corvatsch’s Roseg Valley. Diavolezza offers a renowned off-piste glacier route, and of course, awesome Alpine views. Highlights include the Piz Nair run down for 8km.
With its well-earned reputation as a world class ski resort St Moritz has also played host to kings, presidents, fur-clad movie stars and the private jetsetters. So their infrastructure and quality of restaurants, bars and nightlife are impressive. They have over 34 restaurants on the mountain all of an impressive standard.
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