The sunny Corviglia offers a fantastic mountain panorama and a variety of culinary
options in addition to varied hiking trails and ski slopes. From rustic mountain huts to stylish mountain restaurants – it has everything. Thanks to its south-facing exposure, St. Moritz's local mountain enjoys the sunshine all year round and yet has guaranteed snow in winter.
155 kilometres of superbly prepared pistes await winter sports enthusiasts on the Corviglia. 24 lifts transport guests to a variety of blue, red and black slopes. Access to the ski area is directly from St. Moritz village via the Chantarella funicular, from Celerina via the Marguns chairlift or from St. Moritz Bad aboard the Signal cable car. From Corviglia, the cable car takes you to the highest point, Piz Nair (3,057 m above sea level). Away from the blue, red and black slopes, the western descent from Piz Nair offers a special mountain adventure for all freeriders.
Anyone who takes the Chantarella funicular or the Marguns gondola up to St. Moritz’s local Corviglia Mountain at 07:45 a.m. will be rewarded with the flawless “White Carpet”. The freshly groomed pistes are just waiting to be skied in the morning sun.
“Crowland” is paradise for every freeskier and snowboarder. The snowpark on the Corviglia offers a fun slope, an easy park for beginners, and a blue and medium line.
Ski Run & UYN Speedcheck
Winter sports enthusiasts can test their skills on a 400-metre-long giant slalom course on the Ski Run. Built-in light gates time your run, and fully automatic cameras at the edge of the track record it. Your own recording can be downloaded online free of charge. If that's not enough for you, you can find out your personal best time at the UYN Speed Check on the fenced-off slope No. 15: Equipped with permanent speed measurement devices, skiers receive a free radar image online after their run.
For those who prefer to enjoy the view in a more leisurely manner, the Paradiso slope is the perfect choice. Specially equipped rest areas offer an ideal spot for sitting and soaking up the panorama. The Paradiso slope is also an idyllic location for yoga fans. “Yoga on Snow” is the world’s first yoga piste where you can be at one with nature and the mountains.
Family- and beginner-friendly
The Salastrains family ski area is ideally suited for first forays onto the snow. Easily accessible in the middle of the ski area, a wide range of facilities awaits beginners with a magic carpet, various lifts and a ski carousel. There is a sun terrace where you can take a break. On-site ski rental and lockers are available.
On the edge of the Corviglia ski area, the Proluvèr family ski area near Celerina offers a child-friendly 4-seat chairlift and a T-bar lift. The area consists of gentle nursery slopes. Those who feel more confident after a little practice can take the Marguns chairlift directly into the ski area.
The Marguns First Step Park is located in the middle of the Corviglia ski area, but away from the slopes. The park, right next to the Marguns Restaurant, has a drag lift and is perfect for beginners and children thanks to its wide, gentle slope.
Eating on the Corviglia
The St. Moritz ski resort offers a wide range of culinary delights. Magnificent mountain panorama meets south-facing sun terraces. There is everything – from the oldest ski hut, the Alpina, to the gourmet summit restaurant. While the Chamanna serves hut classics, the White Marmot offers stylish and contemporary dining.
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Restaurant Piz Nair 10'000 Feet
The Diavolezza cable car is in operation, but all ski slopes are closed. Corviglia and Muottas Muragl will open their summer season on June 10, 2023, Corvatsch on June 17, 2023. •The TIME Magazine has listed St. Moritz among the 50 World's Greatest Places of 2023. •Souvenir St. Moritz Volume 4 is a unique collaboration between two British artists: David Sims and Jake Chapman. Order now in the shop. •