St. Moritz is an official Swiss Olympic Training Base and has gained the label “Swiss Olympic Training Base Gold”. At 1,856 metres above sea level, the centre is located at an ideal altitude for training.
Altitude training: top athletes worldwide swear by it. Endurance athletes, in particular, value St. Moritz’s high altitude at 1,856 metres above sea level. All who train here benefit from the dry and bracing alpine climate and the ideal weather conditions with an average of 322 days of sunshine a year. As a result, St. Moritz makes the perfect choice for training camps.
Alongside the top athletes who prepare for major competitions in the Engadin, other enthusiasts are also welcome to use the facilities – including amateurs as well as non-Olympic sportspeople from Switzerland and abroad. The training facilities are constantly upgraded to the highest standards. The region benefits from long experience: the first facilities for an altitude training centre in St. Moritz were set up as far back as 1967/68, with a view to preparing for the Olympic Games in Mexico, 2,000 metres above sea level.
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The “Home of Triathlon” association offers training support in an ideal setting, tips from professionals for pros and beginners, plus attractive discounts – for individuals and groups alike.
About 200 km of regularly maintained trails, in some cases homologated for competitions. Highlight: the route of the Engadin Skimarathon across the Engadin’s frozen lakes.
Modern shooting facilities. 300-metre range for air rifles. 25 m and 50 m for pistols.
Wide variety of rock-climbing routes; a paradise for mountaineers. Guided ascents with qualified mountain guides. Three via ferratas and a rope park with routes of different levels of difficulty.
Countless running and training routes along the Engadin lakes, through forests and along high-level trails. Starting in St. Moritz Bad, a Vitaparcours trail, three Helsana trails with distance markers, and the popular lake loop, just under 4.5 km long, provide plenty of options. The Finnenbahn woodchip trail at an altitude of 2,500 m near the Corviglia offers a further high-altitude training opportunity.
The OVAVERVA Pool, Spa & Sports Centre in St. Moritz offers a 25-metre pool, fun tower, children’s pool, diving pool, in-house spa, gym and outdoor sports centre.
Olympia Bob Run from St. Moritz to Celerina for bobsleigh, monobob, skeleton and luge: the world’s only natural-ice bobsleigh run, with additional junior start. Additional ice track (the legendary Cresta Run) for skeleton from St. Moritz to Celerina.
400-metre track with RUB TAN surface plus grass running track. Facilities for long jump, high jump and pole vaulting, and also shot put.
Orienteering enthusiasts take note: St. Moritz offers you ideal conditions in the midst of an impressive alpine lakeland landscape - altitude training included. Sprint tickets for St. Moritz village and spa are available from St. Moritz Tourism. For further information and maps, please visit www.engadinol.ch.
World-famous centre for training and competition. Many homologated training and competition pistes.
Ice rink from mid-July to mid-April for ice hockey, speed skating (short track) and figure skating training. In winter, additional natural ice rink. Also available: facilities for curling and Bavarian curling.
update fitness training centre. Performance diagnosis, wide variety of tests, ultra-modern equipment, close collaboration with top athletes. State-of-the-art medical, orthopaedic and traumatological department – including physiotherapy and offering advice concerning medical training therapy.
Tennis & Squash Centre: six tennis courts (including four indoor courts) and two squash courts. Tennis school with expert teachers, shop, restaurant and, in winter, indoor golf range.
Top-quality, high-altitude football pitch in the neighbouring resort of Celerina.
Wide variety of mountain bike routes of all levels of difficulty. Bike transport possible on individual cable cars, funiculars and gondolas. Many shops offering rental, maintenance and repair services. Guided tours available plus comprehensive selection of maps – also as GPS routes.
Limited range of sports halls of all sizes (2 in St. Moritz, 2 in Celerina, 3 in Samedan).
Variety of inline skating routes in the region.
The charming high valley of the Engadin is more than 80 km long and offers a comprehensive network of roads and trails with numerous options for climbs up to mountain passes as well as circular rides. The roads are in good condition, and the volume of traffic on most roads is modest.
Budo hall with about 100 square metres of judo mats at the Eisarena Ludains sports complex. Ideal facilities for training in oriental martial arts.
Gyms with state-of-the-art equipment, including a gym specially for top athletes. Strength training equipment, free weights, spinning, cross trainers and treadmills.
On Lake Silvaplana and Lake St. Moritz. Marked courses of different lengths.
MTZ Heilbad St. Moritz: medical therapy centre combining the latest medical knowledge with all the benefits of thermal spa traditions.