In winter, a selection of well-groomed trails await cross-country skiers of all abilities. For example, trails that reach into the Bevertal and finish at Spinas, as well as ones that circumnavigate the village and connect with the marathon cross-country trail. But non-skiers are also catered for: well-tended walking paths exist in the vicinity of the village. The village also has its own illuminated natural skating rink which is free for all guests to use. No doubt, you'll also discover the opportunity to indulge in your favourite sports pursuit close by. A large range of sports facilities is situated within a few kilometres of the village and these can all be reached conveniently by car, rail and "sports bus".
Families riding up to the pistes in the Engadin St. Moritz region can also afford a leisurely stop at a cosy mountain hut - thanks to the Family Card from the Engadin St. Moritz Mountain Pool. Great value for all families - and the more children you have, the more you save.
- Valid for 3-to-14-day multiple-day passes
- Obligation to provide evidence necessary
- One or both parents pay the official tariff
- Eldest child up to age 17: pays child or youth tariff
- Second child up to age 17: receives 30 % discount on child or youth tariff
- Each further child up to age 17: travels free of charge
Snow-Deal: booking early is worth it!
Anyone who decides early on skiing in the Upper Engadine Mountains benefits from early booking discounts on the desired one-day or multi-day ski passes. Booking early is worth it! The daily prices are calculated based on the current demand.
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