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. Toboggan riders plunge down the icy run which is one of the oldest natural ice bob runs in the world. For winter hikers there are 150 km of winter walking trails and for cross-country skiers there is a track network of about 200 km.
Wasserfallpromenade is closed due to danger of avalanches! Waterfall Promenade closed due to Danger of Avalanches
Detailed information of winter hiking trails in Engadni St. Moritz: www.engadin.stmoritz.ch/hiking
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 or grandparents 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
Adults (from 18 years), Youth (13-17 years), Children (6-12 years)