St Moritz (Switzerland) | Ski Resorts

This world-famous top resort is perched at an altitude of 1,856 m in the heart of the Upper Engadine lake region in the canton of Graubünden in south-eastern Switzerland. The birthplace of Alpine winter tourism (1864), St Moritz has twice hosted the Winter Olympics. Its ski area is one of the largest in Europe, with 350 km of runs around the highest local peak, Piz Nair.

There’s nothing more thrilling than seeing St. Moritz’s closest mountain, Corviglia, covered in radiant white powder snow. Corviglia is not only the birthplace of Alpine winter sports, it is also responsible for the start of winter tourism over 150 years ago. St. Moritz is one of the best winter sports regions in the world, so it’s no surprise that it has already hosted two Winter Olympic Games and five Alpine Ski World Championships. Altogether, the region boasts an incredible 87 pistes that all conform to World Cup quality standards. Experience the difference for yourself.

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