The Chantarella funicular and the Marguns gondola run daily from 07:45 up St. Moritz’s local mountain, the Corviglia. Early birds can enjoy the unspoilt, freshly prepared slopes in the morning. Beyond the blue, red and black slopes, the western side of the Piz Nair offers adventure for all freeriders.
St. Moritz is the birthplace of winter tourism and Alpine sport, which came about over 150 years ago as the result of a bet. With a total of 87 World Cup standard slopes and pistes, St. Moritz is amongst the largest and most varied winter sports regions in the Alps.
Beginners, families with children, and seasoned skiers and snowboarders are all at home here. With the four large ski areas of Corviglia/Piz Nair, Corvatsch/Furtschellas, Diavolezza and Lagalb, and the five smaller ski areas, the Upper Engadine offers unlimited skiing pleasure.