Corviglia – Skiing and Biking in St. Moritz

The mountain for action and adventure where sports history was written

The Corviglia in St. Moritz is known above all to winter sports enthusiasts. In St. Moritz, winter tourism was invented more than 150 years ago. Today Corviglia is one of the most renowned ski areas in the world.

In summer the local mountain of St. Moritz with its mixture of flow trails and alpine trails is considered one of the most up-and-coming mountain bike areas in Europe. But also trail runners, hikers and families feel in good hands here.

The south-facing Corviglia and the many sunny days in the Engadine ensure a pleasant climate even in winter - and thanks to the high altitude with a great snow guarantee. Both in summer and winter, the view of the Upper Engadine lakes and the glaciated Bernina massif is simply breathtaking.

Who wants to get high will find his destination on the Piz Nair. At over 3000 m above sea level, varied ski slopes and mountain bike trails start through an impressive, wild mountain landscape. If you love the mountains, you must have been here at least once in your life.



St. Moritz – where winter tourism was born

1865 - Year of birth of winter tourism. The birthplace? St. Moritz! After sports like ice skating, curling or sledding, skiing soon came to the Engadine. In 1913 the Chantarella cable car was built from St. Moritz up the mountain - the rest is skiing history. In 1928 the first Olympic Games followed in St. Moritz and at the same time the opening of the Corvigliabahn. A lift exclusively for skiing - that was a first. This was followed by the founding of the first Swiss Ski School Association in St. Moritz. Today, the mountain in the Engadin is one of the top ski destinations in the world.



Swiss skiing area in a class of its own

The Corviglia ski area in St. Moritz is still one of the most renowned in the world. No wonder. After all, World Cup and Olympic participants regularly ski the slopes here. But not only the World Cup and Olympic pistes make Corviglia the top winter sports area in Switzerland. In addition to around 160 kilometers of slopes, winter vacationers get going with numerous special offers. Audi Ski Run, Snowpark Crowland, Yoga on Snow... There is something for everyone. But above all, the area convinces with its guaranteed snow and top slope conditions. And the great view is an extra bonus.



Mountain biking in the Engadin

In summer Corviglia is becoming increasingly popular with mountain bikers of all levels. In addition to varied tours, the mountain also offers three flow trails especially designed for mountain bikers. Not to forget: the breathtaking panoramic view of the Engadine. Those who want to save energy for the descent can use the mountain bike transport of the mountain railroads for the ascent. In 2021 another easy flow trail will be created between Corviglia and Marguns. Ideal for families and beginners.

By the way: if you stay at least two nights in a hotel in summer, the mountain railway transport is included in the price per night.



Running and hiking with the most beautiful view

But Corviglia is not just about skiing or mountain biking. Those who prefer to walk can explore Corviglia by running or hiking. Whether the countless hiking routes down to St. Moritz or up to the Piz Nair, professional altitude training, orienteering or winter hiking: The sports mountain in the Engadine is ideal to get fit, stay fit or simply to enjoy the alpine landscape.

If you don't want to share the hiking trails with mountain bikers: Off to Muottas Muragl! The mountain with the incomparable view of the Upper Engadine lakes also provides enjoyment for art lovers.



More interesting activities on Corviglia

Marguns scooter run

There’s little to beat the thrill of racing down nature’s fragrant slopes on a mountain scooter.

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Orienteering

Explore the orienteering training areas in the Engadine.

Paragliding

Pure adrenalin and great views.

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Panorama webcam Piz Nair





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