From mid-October to the beginning of May, you can enjoy the longest glacier run in Switzerland and breathtaking views of Piz Palü and Piz Bernina on the Diavolezza, along with a varied range of slopes and unmatched off-piste runs. With its steep slopes and undulating pistes, the Lagalb is the Engadine ski mountain for connoisseurs, offering a unique view of the Lago Bianco, into the Val Poschiavo and further south into the Veltlin.
With a length of around 10 kilometres, the longest glacier run in Switzerland is found on the Diavolezza. The route runs on the Pers and Morteratsch glaciers via the non-prepared slopes past Piz Palü and Bernina to Morteratsch Station.
Lagalb Ski Mountain
Lagalb offers an impressive freeride experience in the firn snow run “La Rösa”.
Experienced snow sports enthusiasts will also find the steepest prepared slope in Grisons here: the challenging Minor slope has an impressive gradient of 86%.
The Diavolezza Challenge awaits ski tourers. The marked ski tour route with time measurement boasts an altitude difference of over 890 metres. If this is not enough for you, you can take on the Club 8848 Challenge on the Lagalb: 11 downhill runs and four footpaths from the mountain station to the Piz must be overcome to become a member of the legendary club.
Full Moon Downhill on the Diavolezza
At full moon, you can ski down the Diavolezza at the “Glüna Plaina” by the light of the moon. You can also spend the night right in the heart of the stunning mountain landscape at the unique Berghaus Diavolezza, or dine at its mountain restaurant.
Eating on Diavolezza & Lagalb
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. •