8 am: Breakfast at Campo Base
Located in the pedestrian zone of St. Moritz, this restaurant is a popular rendezvous, from an early morning breakfast right through to midnight for cocktails. Various snacks and drinks are also available ‘to go’.
9.30 am: Yoga Forest Bathing
Find your inner and outer equilibrium in harmony with nature during a morning yoga session in the forest, under the guidance of a professional instructor.
10.30 am: Bike ride to Lej da Staz
Cycle or e-bike your way along beautiful forest and meadow trails to the picturesque Lake of Staz, either directly or via a number of short detours.
11 am: A walk along Lej da Staz
This unique scenery is best discovered as part of a walk or during a refreshing swim. Top tip: The wooden jetty at the bathing lake is the perfect spot for photo ops and selfies.
12.30 pm: Lunch at Restaurant Lej da Staz
The spacious sun terrace of this ever popular excursion restaurant offers a magnificent view as well as a variety of regional specialities. In keeping with the theme of the moorland meadows all around, a crunchy Moorchopf made of the finest chocolate is served as a dessert.
2 pm: Bike ride to the shores of Lake St. Moritz
Whether it’s swimming, sunbathing, reading, or a lake outing by pedalo, sail boat or stand-up paddle board: there are plenty of activities for children and adults alike to enjoy in and around Lake St. Moritz. Interspersed, of course, with a highly recommended ice cream from the Gelati van.
5.30 pm: Aperitif at Pier 34
Located shoreside on Lake St. Moritz, next to the sailing club, Pier 34 is a great location for rounding off the evening with cocktails and long drinks.
6.30 pm: Dinner at Steffani
Italian and Swiss specialities are the dishes of choice served at Le Lapin Bleu, the first and oldest restaurant in St. Moritz. Our top tip for rounding off an eventful day in the best possible way: a cheese fondue, fondue chinoise or fondue bourguignonne.
9 pm: After-dinner drinks at the Monopol
It’s the new ‘place to be’ in the Engadin: the St. Moritz Sky Bar on the roof of the Art Boutique Hotel. The rooftop bar offers a fantastic view over the skyline of St. Moritz, terrific cocktail creations, and the largest selection of beers anywhere in the Engadin.
5 am: Early morning bike ride
Top of the morning! Set off by e-bike in the early hours of the morning to a secret location for a delicious and extensive breakfast at sunrise.
10 am: SUP on Lake St. Moritz
Stamina and balance are the order of the day here: exploring Lake St. Moritz on a stand-up paddle board is a unique experience.
12 noon: Lunch at Dal Mulin
This small restaurant in the heart of St. Moritz never fails to delight with delicious feel-good cuisine and a stunning wine list, all waiting to be discovered.
2 pm: Visit to the Segantini Museum
The museum with the imposing dome is home to the world’s most comprehensive and important exhibition of works by Giovanni Segantini (1858–1899). Special temporary exhibitions are also shown there on a regular basis.
4 pm: Coffee and cake on the Hauser terrace
Pastries and cakes from the hotel’s confiserie are served on the cosy terrace of this family-run hotel now in its fourth generation. The coupes of home-made ice creams are highly recommended, too!
5.30 pm: Arrival at Punt Muragl
After a short ride by Rhaetian Railway (RhB) to the Punt Muragl railway station, the vintage funicular railway will take you up to the Muottas Muragl mountain station.
6 pm: Aperitif on the terrace of Restaurant Muottas Muragl
Drinks at 2,456 m amidst a breathtaking mountain and natural backdrop: the perfect ingredients for an alpine cocktail hour in the Engadin.
7 pm: Mountain dining at Restaurant Muottas Muragl
A candlelight dinner at the panorama restaurant is a magical experience! Regional specialities and the rustic dining room make for a wonderful feel-good atmosphere.