On the home mountain of St. Moritz, there are slopes of all difficulty levels. You can weave from high alpine terrain over very wide slopes above the treeline to beneath the treeline. The slopes are very wide and ideal for carving.
Total: 155 km
The Cristolais-Samedan ski route leads to Samedan. There is no lift connection from here back to the ski resort.
Artificial snow-making 170 Snow cannons 80 % of the slopes have snow-making capabilities
Valley run available Valley runs lead to Suvretta, St. Moritz Bad, Chantarella, to the edge of St. Moritz Dorf and to Celerina.
above tree line
under tree line
Fuorcula Grischa-Celerina · Length 6 km · Elevation difference 1200 m
Most difficult run
No. 24 Selin · Length 1.7 km · Elevation difference 477 m
Paradiso ski slope
Suggested routes through ski resort
Snowsafari: The tour leads through the Corvatsch and Corviglia ski resorts. The Snowsafari begins in Corviglia in St. Moritz Bad and leads over the most beautiful slopes to Celerina.
Snow park/Fun park
Speed measurement course offered - free of charge Longines 1 on the Alpina ski slope and Longines 2 on the Champion ski slope including radar image to be downloaded.
Public race course with time measurement - sometimes for a fee Giant slalom course (Audi Ski Run) with integrated cameras on the FIS ski slope as well as race course at the Runzöl tow lift.
Additional Offerings White Carpet - On the Corviglia, the slopes are open as of 8:00 AM. The first ascent up the mountain is at 7:45 AM.