The lake plateau and snow-covered mountain pine woods provide the ideal setting for long walks. 120km of well-prepared tracks make Silvaplana a cross-country skier's paradise. Kitesailing on the lake, snow-shoe treks and an ice stadium with a curling rink guarantee pure winter fun.
An aerial cableway with large cabins takes you from Surlej to airy heights just below the Piz Corvatsch (3'303m above sea level) peak. Here you will find an extensive and varied ski area including a snowboard park linked to the Furtschellas pistes and St. Moritz. Every Friday evening floodlights turn the night into a ski day. The provision of professional avalanche camps has made the Corvatsch particularly attractive for freeriders.
Comments from the station crew:
Due to the warm weather the tracks on the lakes can not be groomed every day. Thank you for your understanding. Detailed information of cross-country skiing in Engadin St. Moritz: www.engadin.ch/en/slopes-tracks/cross-country-trails/
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.
Family day passes and family-friendly ski pass
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
Children under 6 years of age travel free of charge when accompanied by an adult (excluding Aela, Cristins, Celerina Provulèr, San Spiert, Survih, Müsella and Bügls)