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.